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  • Good morning guys from chilly Korea again today. I thought it was gonna be warmer today, and I was almost gonna wear a different outfit.

  • Believe it or not, I brought some different clothes, but I can't wear them because it's so cold everyday

  • that I need to wear this big jacket.

  • And now my new toque, so this could be my outfit for the rest of the trip it's looking like.

  • Today I am bringing you guys to,

  • Insadong, which is a little area in Seoul which is one of my favorite spots here so far.

  • I haven't done that much exploring of Seoul yet, but so far

  • I really really like this place because you can get traditional Korean tea and snacks,

  • which I really really like so I'm gonna show that to you guys today.

  • So we got out of Anguk Station, exit 6,

  • And it's just like a couple minute walk to get to the main area here in Insadong and this place is also known for

  • souvenirs so,

  • if you're trying to get some

  • Korean stuff to bring back to your family and friends, there's lots of little cute souvenirs and stuff and handmade goods.

  • There are also lots of art galleries in this area.

  • You can also rent hanbok,

  • traditional korean wear um..

  • to wear and walk around the town in. I've never done that, I really want to do that when we move here.

  • Anyone wearing hanbok can enter the palace free of charge.

  • That's neat.

  • The side streets are really cool too, the buildings are traditional style.

  • I don't know if they're actually really old or if they've just been made to look old but,

  • it's really nice for photos.

  • So this is the cafe that we've chosen to go to.

  • We went here before, two years ago,

  • and it was really neat inside, so I want to show you guys this one.

  • So they give you these snacks for free.

  • Service, it's the same in Japanese (Sābisu). It means like a free,

  • free gift. These ones are like a puffed rice snack, and then these ones are more like mochi.

  • We had this one at a different cafe. It's like a deep-fried mochi, and then they give you some

  • sauces to dip it in and it's so good. I want to get that again, and show you guys.

  • Here's some more traditional Korean snacks.. Yakgwa and kaki.

  • Ah Ice Kaki.

  • Frozen,

  • persimmon that's interesting.

  • And now moving on to the teas there's lots of different kinds of teas.

  • And they're all new to me so I never know which one to choose.

  • Like I have no idea what that is.

  • I don't know what it is in Japanese either, so it's always a surprise. Some of them are more familiar like Yuzu.

  • its Yuja in Korean.

  • Citrus tea.

  • 'Sweet sourish but smart'.

  • Yeah, this one... I've had this one before it's hard to explain. It's sweet, but also sour at the same time.

  • 'Sweet, sour, hot, bitter, and salty, but typically sour', yeah, it's like a combination of so many different flavors

  • it's really strange.

  • And then oh this one tastes like cinnamon. This one's really interesting.

  • What I think is so cute about this cafe is they let you write on everything so there's messages from all the customers

  • on the table. It looks like they ran out of wall space so they started using

  • napkins and tying them to the wall here. Last time we came here, we didn't have a pen so we didn't write anything.

  • They smell so fragrant.

  • Smells like cinnamon, I smell lots of cinnamon.

  • Here's the snacks I was mentioning, it looks like it's red bean paste. I think that's what it is.

  • Let's try it and find out. Let's try mine.

  • Oh wow. Mine was definitely the cinnamon-y one.

  • Yeah, tastes like those red cinnamon hearts.

  • I'm pretty sure that was the sweet bean paste inside, I don't know, something about it tasted different.

  • I'm like 95% sure that's what it was but..

  • This this one is like really..

  • crispy? And it's hollow inside.

  • This one looks different than the last one

  • we got, looks like they put some powdered sugar on it.

  • Spicy? Oh..

  • So you take your mochi.

  • So this is what the mochi looks like it's been cooked and puffed.

  • This is the spicy one?

  • I think they put chilli pepper in this one.

  • The other one just taste like sugar and a bit of cinnamon maybe?..

  • Mochi actually tastes really good by itself too cause they put some powdered sugar on it.

  • The outside of the mochi is nice and crispy.

  • But, once you break into the inside. It's quite chewy and like gooey.

  • So the teas are about 7 or 8 dollars each, and then the mochi was about $6.50.

  • This area in here has some more expensive things for sale because

  • most of them are handmade stuff.

  • They have a lot of little workshops down in the basement area where you can make your own

  • art or tote bags or jewelry.

  • This workshop here is for making dishes or teacups.

  • We're thinking about making one for my grandma, and I asked Keyboard san to point out some like traditional Korean designs,

  • and he's like how about these? They look like Rick and Morty.

  • We were gonna do the pottery but apparently after you paint it, you can give it to them,

  • and then it takes them three weeks to bake it

  • I guess and send it to you or maybe you come pick it up. I'm not sure, but we couldn't do it right away unfortunately.

  • We're at a Hanko shop now where he is carving them by hand.

  • Trying to pick a design. I'm gonna need one of these when I move here, so..

  • I'm trying to convince him to get this pair set with the cats, but he's like "No, I feel embarrassed we're using it at the bank".

  • We've gotta wait about 30 minutes for our stamps to be finished so we're just gonna wander around a little bit more.

  • We're on the top floor now, I've never been up here. I like this area.

  • We have the toilet cafe where you can get coffee in a toilet.

  • You can also get cheese fried rice in a toilet,

  • or tomato fried rice.

  • But just- Oh god.. That just looks gross..

  • And then for some reason they have regular desserts that aren't in toilets.

  • The chairs all have poop cushions on them.

  • So they sell these little cards for 5000 won, and you can write a little message on them and leave them here.

  • There's so many..

  • Wahh cute!

  • Our stamps are all finished! He gave us these cute little cases for them.

  • Alright guys. I hope you enjoyed the day in Insadong with us.

  • We have a business meeting to go to now so I'm gonna say bye here, and I'll see you again tomorrow from another vlog, bye!

Good morning guys from chilly Korea again today. I thought it was gonna be warmer today, and I was almost gonna wear a different outfit.

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韓国の伝統的なお茶とお菓子 ?Vlogmas 3日目 (Traditional Korean Tea and Snacks ? Vlogmas Day 3)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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