Nongshim, a snack-food company, created Nongshim Kellogg’s, a joint venture with Kellogg’s. Alongside Kellogg’s mainstays, they sell some additional local multigrain varieties that frankly taste better than what we get in the US.
What confuses me is that I thought Chex used to be a Ralston Purina product. I remember it romanized as 퓨리나. I’m guessing Nongshim acquired the rights.
My first thought was that they would cheat and just make a savory snack, but learning that they produced a cereal that can actually be eaten with milk – presumably without horking … well that’s pretty impressive.
You are probably used to seeing scallions labeled as green onions, that is done a lot in the US. The people in the video are wielding what we would call spring onions but in Korea are large green onions. They are supposed to have a less sharp and sweeter taste than green onions/scallions.
I respectfully disagree. They are not what we consider scallions or green onions, but what we name spring onions. Leeks tend to be one tubular shape whereas spring onions diverge into several tubular shapes. Also leeks have wider leaves that are a darker green.
ETA: by we I mean the US. I bow to your knowledge of allium naming conventions in the UK.