“If you go for an autopsy, the food you eat that day is visceral soup” Former homicide detective Professor Bok-Jun Kim revealed how a new detective develops tolerance.

Professor Bok-Jun Kim explains why detectives like to eat soup.

Professor Bok-Jun Kim revealed how a first-time detective develops introspection. Surprisingly, the food the first-time detective ate immediately after autopsy training was viscera soup.

In the SBS ‘My Little Old Boy’ broadcast on the 16th, former homicide detective Professor Kim Bok-jun participated in a room escape game with Kim Jun-ho, Kang Jae-jun, and Kwak Si-yang.

On this day, the four people who managed to escape the room moved to a soup restaurant to eat soup, a regular menu item at the police station, and Kim Jun-ho asked, “The reason why detectives eat soup is to investigate quickly?”

Professor Bok-Jun Kim said, “That’s right,” and said, “I eat soup so that it can bounce like a bullet whenever I call it. In our days, soup was the staple food, but now it is not. After listening to the stories of my juniors, they said they eat spaghetti, hamburgers, and sandwiches.”

Professor Bok-Jun Kim, who revealed how a first-time detective can develop tolerance.

Next, Kim Jun-ho asked, “Aren’t detectives feeling a little weird when they go to the crime scene and eat? When I go to the autopsy, the youngest always go.”

He said, “After having the youngest children take a tour of the autopsy, go out to the Guk Fruit Bar and go to the left sea 200m to find a naejang soup house.

In response to the question, “Why do you eat intestine soup?”, he said, “It creates tolerance.

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