NFL fans in the United States and the rest of the world have made history by participating in the “Korean food” contest, in which they must cook an entire Korean meal in order to win a trip to the Super Bowl.
The “Kong-A-Kong” contest is hosted by the National Korea Tourism Organization (NKTO), which runs the contest.
The goal of the contest is to help promote tourism to the Korean Peninsula and make sure that Koreans don’t have to wait too long to eat at restaurants in the US.
To enter the contest, players must cook at least 20 Korean dishes in order for the game to qualify.
Fans are encouraged to use whatever ingredients they have on hand, including soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, chili paste, sesame oil, and mayonnaise.
Players can earn points for cooking meals that they’ve prepared and shared with friends.
Each time a player earns at least two points, the player receives an extra trip to Super Bowl XLIX.
For those of you who are new to the “kong-a-kong” theme, the contest consists of a set number of ingredients and can be completed in a few minutes.
In the event that there is no time to complete the contest due to weather conditions, the contestants must leave a message on the competition website that they plan to cook at home.
The contestants must enter the site and answer the question, “What dish do you want to prepare?”
Players who complete the entire set of Korean dishes by the deadline will receive an additional $1,000 trip to Las Vegas.
If the contestant fails to answer the “what dish” question within two minutes, the contestant will be disqualified.
The contest is not limited to just the players.
Anyone can participate, even if they’re not American.
Those who qualify to win the trip are not required to be Korean.
If someone from another country does win, the prize will be awarded to the winner.