Month: December 2018

Michelin Rated Bib Gourmand OGEUNNAE Dakgalbi 2019

In this video I visitied the Michelin rated Bib Gourmand OGEUNNAE Dakgalbi 미쉐린 가이드 빕 구르망 서울 오근내 닭갈비. I continuing my food tours and mukbang videos on this channel. The bib gourman...

Christmas in Korea

Christmas is the most beautiful time of the year and sometimes spending it in Korea as a foreigner might not be easy. In most parts of the world Christmas is considered to be a family holida...

5 Reasons Why I Love Korean Culture

There are many reasons why any given person would love Korean culture. From the food to the music to the traditions, there’s just so many aspects to admire. About a year ago, I made a video abo...

Blood Sausage Soup – Korean Sundaeguk Mukbang

Did you every eat Sundaeguk (순댓국)? Sundaeguk is a Korean Blood Sausage Soup, where Sundae is put into a soup. I are Sundae a lot of times but I really never tried to eat it with a soup. So t...

Sunshine Land – When Korean Drama meets Reality

TV entertainment has always played a huge role in people’s life, in every part of the world! Even though Hollywood is considered to be the larger-than-life symbol of the entertainment business,...

How to make Kimchi! Foreigner Edition!

Did you ever make Kimchi? I mean, really from the scratch? From Zero? Although I really love to eat Kimchi (a Korean doctor even told me to eat less Kimchi, can you imagine that?) but I never h...

Ikseon-dong Village Challenge

Hey fam! This week I set out a challenge to two teams to complete a tourist challenge in Ikseon-dong village. Ikseon-dong is a small area in Seoul filled with alleyways and backstreets brimming...

Korean Drinking Culture Tips

Join me and my special guests devour some delicious Korean style duck in this mukbang episode. I’m joined by the boys of WeFancy and the crazy Michin Alex and had fun shooting this in a nice lo...

Why living abroad can be stressful in South Korea

What's up everyone! Living abroad sounds like a fairy tale for many people. A big adventure, living the dream of a free spirit, doing something that most people don't have the guts for. Happy pictu...

Popular Korean Street Food in Winter

안녕하세요 여러분 and welcome to back to another Mika in Korea episode. It is really getting cold in South Korea these days, so it is the perfect time to explore the Korean Street Food Culture,...

Korean Mom’s Culture Shock in Korea After 40 Years

My mom recently visited me here in Korea for a few weeks. My mother was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1951 and had the opportunity to move to the United States in 1980. Since that time, she sta...

Difference Between Korean & Western Humor?

What's the Difference Between Korean & Western Humor? Do you know that? For foreigners it is difficult to understand Korean Humor and Comedy, especially if you can't speak and ...

Goguryo Blacksmith Village

Are you interested in Korean history? Which era is your favorite? If you have ever visited Seoul, most probably the first place to visit which was reccomended to you was either Gyeongbokgung...

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