December 17, 2010
Some of you might wonder how cold it is in Korea. Let’s just say that Korean Winters can be nasty cold. Nasty! You hear of Korea’s four distinct seasons often, and it sounds all nice and dandy when you hear about Fall in Korea or Spring in Korea, but you don’t often hear about Winter in Korea, because it’s not something to brag about. It gets really, really cold, and it doesnâ€™t snow that much, either, so it’s not like you can have fun in the cold and build snowmen or anything like that. Ah!
Anyhow, we’re gonna show you a few ways to beat the cold in Korea and stay warm, although there are many others. Martina runs through a list of the things she wears to stay warm, and shows off a couple of Korean Hand Warmers. We forgot to mention the heated floors, though, because we don’t really ever turn on the heated floors, unless we have guests over. It’s not because we’re cheap. The heated floors just don’t do it for us. See, we’re weird, in that we like to be snuggled up when it’s cold. Feeling the cold on our noses and breathing in the cold is great, so long as we’re fundled up. Putting on the floor heating just makes the whole apartment warm, and that’s not fun at all.
P.S. thanks as always to JB and Annie from [ë‹‰ì‘¤] Enjoy Your Happy Life~* for the Korean subtitle translations! Three videos translated in five days. Man. That’s a lot.