字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Good afternoon everybody, it's Cory here. I'm going to do my official apartment tour for you guys. Today, I'm doing it with the GoPro here, that way you guys get the nice wide angle. Plus we're going to walk through it, so that way you get the first person perspective of experiencing my apartment building. So where are we? We are in the Thuy Khue ward, and that is here in Hanoi city. So you can see, this is just what the main road looks like out here. There's traffic, and what not, just normal everyday Vietnamese life. But then just off from the main road, is this little alley here. You can see this little gate thing. This blue building right here is my apartment building. And it's right next door to another building that has a kindergarten/preschool kind of a thing right here on the 1st floor. And there's some other residences around this area. This is like a nice little back area from the main road. So this is where I live, and it's $350 a month for a studio apartment in here. And included is parking, so here's a pad lock, this is gated parking. That lone black Yamaha Nouvo is the one that I've been renting, it's $50 per month. So you get a nice secure place to lock up your vehicle. And it is protected underneath this roof thing here. Alright, let's go take a look inside. So we have to use keys. Check out my TARDIS keychain. So this is the first floor, this is essentially like a lobby where the building owner just like chills out and handles business here. What I really like about a lot of Vietnamese homes and businesses are the altars here, to pray for fortune, wealth, health, and all those other good things. They put money, or cigarettes, alcohol, like all kinds of stuff here as offerings. But this is kind of cool you can see this as soon as you come in. And there's always nice fresh flowers and stuff here. My unit is up on the 2nd floor. First floor is just stuff for the office lobby area. And there's an actual unit in here that they're doing like renovations right now. Yeah, they're in there, I think they're painting one side of the room. Anyway, let's go up. So there's two units per floor, except for the top floor, which is a single unit. The one on the left is somebody, my neighborh, whom I haven't met yet. The one on the right, here, this is mine. Take off your shoes, because I'm Asian, and I am in Asia. And that's how I roll all the time, it doesn't matter where in the world. So this is it guys. This is my apartment right here. You can see it's a Studio apartment, it's got the bed, the living room, and the kitchen, all in one big space. It reminds me of being back in college, kind of. Except in college, I shared a room like this with another roommate. I only have one lamp on right now, which is that corner lamp right there. So it does get a lot of natural lighting, I got three giant windows and one smaller one over there. And these windows are amazing! I don't need to use electricity, really, at all, during the day time for lighting. This is more than bright enough for me to like do work or write or whatever. And it's overcast right now. So on like a sunny day, it's really nice and bright. In the morning, the sun comes in from this window over here, at an angle, so like all of the kitchen and stuff is all lit up. Yeah, so it's just like a really nice, well-lit place by natural light. I'm going to go ahead and show you anyways, what it looks like with the lights on. There's the sconce lights, which I usually use at night and that's it. And there's like these recessed lighting things in the corner. There's the other one. Each corner has recessed lighting up in the top. And then these main ones. So this is what it's like with all the lights on, except for that lamp, I didn't turn that one on. So you can see, it's just very well-lit, it's a nice, bright space. And I'm very happy about it. Although I never really use any of these lights. Except for the sconce light, that's the only one I use at night. I'll leave these on for now, for the video so you can see everything. So where do we start? First, let's start with the kitchen. So this is the kitchen space, as you can see, it's very simple, but it's clean and that's why I chose this place. It comes with this little wine rack thing that I'm going to eventually have some wine in there. Maybe. It came with all the cutlery, and pots and pans and stuff. So what's interesting is this is not just a storage space, but it is a drying rack, like physically the water will drip through the bottom here. Like this. Right into the sink area. So that's kind of neat. I just washed these, so they're all unorganized and weird looking. So that's that. I've got my little simple spices and whatever, olive oil and salt, pepper, soy sauce, red chili pepper powder. It's like the essentials. I definitely need to go shopping for more herbs and stuff. It definitely has this nice vented range hood here. It has a light. Let me turn this other light on here. So, it's nice and clean, everything is clean. Very powerful hood. And the only weird thing, I guess, for a lot of people, would be that there is a hot plate that came with the place. But who likes cooking with a hot plate? I don't. I like actual flame. So there is a propane tank here, it's got a phone number on there so you just call them up when you're empty and they'll drop off a new bottle. And it's like, I don't even know, it's like $12 or $13 or something like that to get a new tank of propane. So this is how I like to cook. Definitely have to have flame for maximum control of cooking. Yeah, and so I'm very happy with that. There's a few more frying pans and stuff down there. There's empty space. This is a drawer for utensils, I'm going to have to like get my own set of stuff. This all came with the apartment. This knife is so old and worn and all that. I had to sharpen it a few times to get it to even cut. I'll have to get my own stuff that way when I move I can just bring it with me. This is extremely important guys, I wouldn't drink tap water in Vietnam, even though they say it's safe to liek brush your teeth - that's fine, I do that... but I would never drink or make ice cubes out of any tap water in Vietnam. Always use the purified water from the water company. This is included in my apartment. Whenever it's empty, I just let the lady downstairs know, and then they bring another one up and replace it for me. So that's included. There's a little breakfast nook kind of a table here. Everything's like hardcore stone. Like this is actual hard, solid stone. Same with this little desk here. I guess it was all like a set or something. But it's all solid, heavy stuff. Got a microwave, got a little mini fridge here. This is big enough for one person, definitely. Got some stuff in there. Don't have much in here. Just got some eggs, and doenjang and gochujang. Two hard boiled eggs. And like an onion in there. This is some hot sauce. And I also got the Mam Tom, this is the fermented shrimp sauce that they use in Vietnam. And to a lot of foreigners, this is disgusting, but to me, this is freaking fantastic to add to anything. To like really boost the flavor. I love salty, shrimpy, fermented kind of stuff. I guess that's the Korean in me. There is this desk and I can easily just sit here and work and whatever. And have a nice view, but I tend to do all my editing and working from the coffee table. And so what I'll do is I'll slide the sofa a little bit closer to the coffee table, and then slide the TV - which was included in the place - all the way over and then I'll just connect the laptop to the TV with HDMI, that way I can see whatever videos I'm making on full screen, or if I'm watching YouTube or Netflix, I can just put it on the TV. So that's kind of like my own little chill office space. I don't even use that desk. I don't think I've even sat in that chair one time. This is the wardrobe, it's very big. And I don't have much stuff. So let's go ahead and open this up and see what it looks like. So this is my wardrobe right here guys. So as you see, I just have some shirts hanging here, I have two long sleeve shirts in there, plus two windbreaker jackets for when it gets a little bit chillier in the winter. Laundry basket, in the drawers, there's like some socks and underwear. Some slacks hanging there, got my shorts folded up. The check in luggage bag and my backpack. And that's it. This is what I came to Vietnam with from Korea. I didn't bring any winter clothes, there's really no freezing cold winter here. In Hanoi, it does get a little bit chilly in the winter, but not enough that I would need to bring a super padded down jacket, and multiple layers of sweaters and all this other stuff. So I just kept it super simple.