No, it's not a prize winner or even out of the ordinary. Sweet zucchini squash is normally this big! I've said it before, living in Korea offers the benefit of fresh produce from farmer's markets, and they are not a weekend occurrence. Farming is alive and well in Korea: all the veggies, fruits, and rice come from all around and all over. On my bike rides, I pedal past fields of rice, spinach, cabbage, corn, etc. etc. I am so lucky to have fresh food, uncontaminated, unmodified; grown by grannies and grampas and other farmers. I don't have to go to a specialty food store like Whole Paycheck and pay outrageous prices for wholesome, healthy food. In fact, sometimes it comes to my door... there's the melon man, selling his sweet Korean cantaloupe-like melons out of the back of his truck, driving down the road. Gotta go!
...can't get enough Korean Food!!! :-))