And with this picture,
I’ve accomplished my life goal of being made into a cartoon character.-Martina


Simon and Martina are a married Canadian couple that moved to South Korea in 2008 and have been there ever since.
They started making lame videos about their lives in Korea just for fun, but now they do it full time. Like, all the time. In fact, they’re probably making videos right now, as you’re reading this. It’s still a mystery to both of them as to why anyone watches their videos and endures their awkward sense of humour. In fact, why are you even reading this? Wait…are you my mom? No? Oh.
Sometimes I wonder if I was adopted because I feel like I’m surrounded by idiots. -Dr. Meemersworth

Dr. Meemersworth the cat

I don’t
always lose my
pants, but when I do: Ripito, Fipito, Sipi
Slow Motion.-Simon


One theory they have is that people watch their videos only to see their dog Spudgy, who is half Pekingese and half dragon and has an impeccable taste in fashion. If not for Spudgy, then people might be watching for their Scottish Fold cat Dr. Meemersworth, who holds a degree in Quantum Mechanics from Harvard University and another degree in Meemerology from Seoul National University.
We’ve got three YouTube channels which have been viewed a total of: 0 times.
MMM… Touch my tummy!-Spudgy

Spudgy the dog

In their free time, the eatyourkimchi family enjoys snuggling on the couch while watching entire TV series in single sittings, having dance parties in the kitchen, and looking into each other’s eyes lovingly.

What We Do All Day Long:


Sunday we post our K Crunch Indie segment, where we highlight some awesome Korean Indie Music, because Korea makes awesome music, and not
all of it is


Mondays we sometimes talk about music for Kpop Music Monday, and we also host a radio show on SBS PopAsia


Tuesday we sleep. Monday was a tough day.


Wednesdays we make TL;DR Wednesdays, where we answer one of your questions about us or our experiences in Korea... in video


Thursday we make either our WANKs or FAPFAPs. WANK stands for "Wonderful Adventure Now Korea", where we have a Wonderful Adventure in Korea. Um. We have it Now. Hence the N in WANK. FAPFAP stands for "Food Adventure Program For Awesome People" where we make videos about Korean Food. We make it for awesome people, so if you're not awesome, you need not apply.


Fridays we do LiveChats, where we hang out with you online for a bit and open up the awesome packages you guise send us!


Saturdays we post our Wonderful Treasure Find videos, aka, WTF Korea, where we show you some of the fun stuff we found and
play with it on