On a meat farm in the South Korean city of Wonju, volunteers from the American organization for the protection of animal rights released more than 200 dogs.
Dozens of Golden retrievers, Siberian huskies, Rottweilers, Japanese mastiffs and Korean chindos were kept in cages. Freeing the animals, the activists of the organization Humane Society International put them in carriers to transport animals on airplanes in the United States and Canada.
On arrival, the dogs were sent to animal shelters. According to the owner of the farm Gong Yung, for the year he sold several hundred dogs and, depending on their size, received a minimum of $ 200 for each.