The children are students at the OMP World School in Anyang, South Korea

By People Staff
August 20, 2014 07:00 AM

The mere mention of Warheads candy can cause reflexive puckering in the mouths of generations of Americans.

South Koreans, on the other hand, have lived their lives innocent of the devastatingly sour candy. Thankfully, Chris St. Onge, a teacher in Anyang, South Korea, is here to fix that.

St. Onge, a teacher at OMP World School, gave some of his students samples of the candy, filming their reactions for all the Internet to see. (He also runs a Korean culture blog, Meet You in Korea.)

St. Onge does warn the kids that the candy’s potency lasts but a short time, though it’s cold comfort once they’re in the throes of Warhead Fever. (An entirely serious, completely fictitious medical condition.)

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