Our Geo Quiz today comes to you fresh from the capital of South Korea.
The World's Matthew Bell recently paid a visit to a famous fish market in the center of Seoul.
It's where you can get the catch of the day prepared right in front you.
"(chop chop) So, that's the heads and the spines for our soup later? (in korean) Soup, stew, yes."
Bell: "Mmm, delicious. (in Korean) Ok, let's go eat."
People in the seafood business in Korea are still reeling from an oil spill off the west coast of the Korean peninsula.
San nakji is the Korean name for live baby octopus. I thought my friends were kidding they told me that it's eaten live-and-still-squirming. But it is, in fact, served simply on a plate drizzled in sesame oil and a few sesame seeds. And it's also quite tasty!
It happened last month.
And it was the worst oil spill in the country's history. Experts say it could take years for the fisheries to recover.
The question is this: what's the name of this body of water off the west coast of South Korea?
The answer and a visit to that Seoul fish market ... coming up...