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You see those big claw machines that are rigged for you to lose? Well, we got a small one for ourselves!
We don’t go out for Dakgalbi anymore because we make it so much better at home. Here’s our recipe on how to make Dakgalbi!
How might Korean Dramas portray life in Korea incorrectly? We’ll talk about some of the things they get wrong and right in this week’s video!
Martina does a tutorial on pigtail french braids. I don’t know what those are but she looks good in them.
Life’s dangerous, right? What’s the biggest risk you ever took? How’d that pay off?
We’re making some THREE DIMENSIONAL CHOCOLATES for this week’s Wonderful Treasure Find!
We shot a video with Rachel from RachelandJun, and we’re talking about what surprises us when we visit each other’s countries!
Alright: confession time – what’s one thing other people can do that you can’t do very well?
We got some Japanese candies that sounds like Cow Piss, look like crabs and some boobies, and some mystery juice as well.
We’re in Osaka, Japan and we found bags of Baked Kitkats, so we’re trying them out for this week’s Wonderful Treasure Find!
We went out camping with some friends at the park by the river and wanted to show you what it was like for this week’s Wonderful Adventure Time!
We’re camping with friends out in a park in Seoul and playing the Running Man Titanic Game for this week’s Wonderful Treasure Find!
We were just in Helsinki and Tampere Finland for Tracon and we had a wonderful time jumping in freezing lakes!
This is a difficult topic to talk about, but one that can’t be ignored, as Korea is the suicide capital of the OECD. We talk about the reasons for Korea being the number one suicide capital of the OECD countries.
The Korean government might be snooping on your emails. What are you going to do about it, or is there nothing you can do?
Want to take a nap but you’re too busy for a bed? Well put this thing on your face and voila! You’re ready to sleep anywhere!
We’ve been showing you videos of where we went and what we ate, but now we’d like to show you the people we met on our Meet Your Kimchi Tour!
We spent six weeks in the US and Canada, and took loads of pictures that we wanted to share with you here!