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Beat the Cold in Korea

December 17, 2010

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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 doesn’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 [닉쑤] Enjoy Your Happy Life~* for the Korean subtitle translations! Three videos translated in five days. Man. That’s a lot.

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  1. OMG!! this video is hilarious I wanna have all these stuff. Do you know where can I order it online? (Well I know spudgy is taken, but the other stuff like the jacket and the blanket, and the scarf). Thank you guys

    7 years ago
  2. Yeah! We've seen em but we haven't ever used them yet. We definitely need to get our hands on one of those. Get it? Get our hands on one! Ha! That was somewhat clever…

    7 years ago
  3. This might sound a bit nerdy, but the big MBP has a solid state drive, so it doesn't really get hot.

    7 years ago
  4. Oh and I so lol'd about Simon and his chest hair. Funny.

    7 years ago
  5. Omg is it really -10 in your apt? And I thought it was cold here in Tennessee! This is nothing. Wow I'm not going to complain anymore…. Love all the ways you keep warm. G-Dragon wearing the socks I lol'd at. And did I see you guys might have SS501 in a video?!?! Ah such a Triple S. I hope you guys do! Love them. <3 Oh and those heat warm packs I've seen a lot here for the past decade now.

    I used to be in my schools marching band (graduated in 2001) and during the end of the season it'd get really cold and people would have them and you'd shake it and can get warm and leave it in the side inside pocket our jackets had. I never got to use one but they seemed really nice and to work for people. My grandfather (rip) had an old fashioned kind where you had coal and had to heat it up with fire lol. He would come to games to see my schools band performance and he'd always bring it a long and it'd kinda smell too like coal of course but it was so warm omg.

    7 years ago
  6. Thanks Anna! ss501 just might be in one of our videos :D

    7 years ago
  7. Thanks! Spring in Korea is really beautiful, as is Fall. Either one of those two would be a great time to visit :D

    7 years ago
  8. The weather between both isn't that different. In fact, Martina's sister and her husband visited us for Christmas and she froooooooze :D

    7 years ago