Published On: Wed, Jan 15th, 2014

‘Dongchimee’ or Poop Guy, South Korea’s most bizarre character

At the Dalki Cafe, in the heart of Seoul, stands one character who brings celebrity to bowel movements, and his name is Dongchimee.

“Dongchimee”The website, Simply2Suitcases describes the Dalki Cafe as “a way cooler, more intelligent and clean version of Chuck E Cheese”.

Clearly the most intriguing and disgusting character featured at the restaurant is  Dongchimee, as the website describes, “basically a poop guy character who is obsessed with making poop sculptures. Apparently, dung is a playful topic to discuss with kids, and Dongchimee is loosely translated into “poop stick”. 

He wears a hat that looks like something your dog left on the lawn and he appears to have a chronic runny nose.

At the Dalki Cafe, Dongchimee offers instruction on the “cycle of dung”.

The profile of Dongchimee on the Dalki website is as follows:

Name : Dongchimee
Sex : Male
Hobby : Making art work using Dung
Constellation : Virgin (September 9)
Features : Creative only in Dung

Dongchimee, one of the characters of Dalkis, is different from Dalkis, the main character. Dalkis’ friends do not live in the neighborhood and live with Water Melon, Lemon, Dolbam, and Banana. Dongchimee loves Dung very much. It is his own creation. It is hard to adjust and makes him feel good every morning.

Dongchimee tries to test to have creations. He sometimes makes dung watery or dry. He makes sketches of such satisfactory dung and put it in a glass bottle. Dongchimee spends most time at home. He sticks out dung of others unconsciously when he is outside. He can’t stand just watching it. That’s why they call him “Dongchimee”.

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