It’s time for another FAPFAP! This time, we’re out to redeem Korean Toast. We showed you what gross Toast is like. Now we’re showing you a totally different Toast. Still goes by the same name, but has a totally different execution. The first toast we had was baaaad, but this stuff is SOOOO GOOOOOOOOOD.

What’s sad, though, is that we barely eat this stuff. It’s probably not that sad because it’s not really healthy, and we’re trying to eat healthy (though, the fanmail you guise are sending us is making it Miiiiiighty difficult to do so), but we do have a Toast from time to time if we’ve got a hankering. It’s one of those foods that you know is great, but you sometimes forget about for a while, and when you have it again you think to yourself “damn! How’d I go so long without eating you!?!?” I think of it kind of like Mac and Cheese. I had a box a day when I was in high school (I freaking PERFECTED boxed Mac and Cheese. Don’t even try telling me you got a better recipe CUZ YER WRONG!), but now that I’m not in high school I don’t eat it as much. When I do see a box, though, I remember how bloody great it is, even if I know it’s not healthy. Toast is the same way. I just never made Korean Toast, though. I don’t even know how to begin. The bread in Toast is so…just so wrong on so many levels. It’s the whitest of white bread, and it’s almost deep fried in butter. It comes out looking like French Toast, just without any egg or milk mixture in it. Just equal parts bread and butter. HA! No, not equal parts. Point is, the bread is soooo greasy!

Buuugggghghghg. I kinda want a Toast now. We showed you what it was like at the Isaac Toast nearby, and it’s kinda not an accurate representation of what Toast is like for us. This place was too swanky. We’re used to Toast being served out of a cup. Here, we were given Toast in a paper baggy thingy, but oftentimes, after it’s made, it’s folded diagonally in half, rammed in a paper cup, and given to us. UNGGH! That’s the stuff right there. Some places you’ll find, though, want to sprinkle a bunch of sugar on the egg as they fry the egg. We’re not really fond of sugar egg. Maybe it’s your thing. It ain’t our thing.

Anyhow, we have a bunch of scenes that didn’t make it in. We ramble a lot when we talk, and we realize that if we include the entirety of our ramblings in our videos then a lot of people would get bored, but we keep them in for the bloopers! If you’d like to see us talk more (and make mistakes as well) check out the Bloopers below :D


  1. So now I know if I ever go to South Korea and am broke I’ll visit Isaac Toast :)

    P.S: another video which I didn’t have time to watch it at the time you posted it – . –

    ♥♥ ♥ ♥

  2. Simon, you should definitely market that song. :) It’s a total hit!

  3. What’s the difference between Korean toast and a sandwich?

  4. so…. toast is basically a sandwich? but ewwwww sweet pickles are gross!!! my gramma likes them nasty things, but dill is the only way to go :/

  5. I guess it’s a lot of trial and error to find the best places for food. The toast looked delish btw! I’m glad you guys found not gross ones. :)

  6. I agree. It looked like fancy grilled cheese to me.

  7. MVP and VIP……thanks to kpop i willl never not think of SHINee (Onew in Replay) and Big Bang!!
    those sandwiches looked NI~CE!!!!!!!

  8. They do have lots of organic food, but, often, they don’t label(and/or categorize) it as such. For example, many 무공해 식품(non-polluting food, basically limited or non-use of chemical fertilizer, growth hormone etc) would be considered organic. Similar situation with foods labeled with 친환경(environmentally friendly). Then there are stuffs that would easily qualify as organic but have no label whatsoever. Then there are regulations and standards that’s different(not necessarily better or worse) from the rest of world. Then there are people/restaurant/company that lie… From western tourists’ perspective, it’s a very complicated situation.

    BTW, above is from my ex-gf who got phd in food science. As for me, I don’t expect anything organic at one of those low to mid-priced franchise restaurants.

  9. They are fans of Game of Thrones. Simon fancies himself a caucasian Khal Drogo. :)

  10. The eyeZACK is a variant pronunciation of the hebrew name EEsock. In America we use the first one and I believe they use the second in Israel and other parts of the world. Both you and your students are right, you’re both saying the same name, just pronouncing it different. (I’m not israeli or jewish but I have a deep interest in abrahamic religion mythology so I’m a bit more familiar with it than your average person on the street. And if we have an israeli, jewish, etc Nasty who is more knowledgeable about these things, I would love to hear your take on it.)

    That being said, I really want a muffaletta now.

  11. DAMN! That free-style rap was pretty dope Simon!
    You should jam with Lee Hi if you guys ever get to interview her…would that be awkward?…No I don’t see anything awkward with that…you could rap about good old times

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