Month: March 2019

How To Make Friends in Foreign Countries (Korea Edition)

It's scary to move to a new country and try to start a new life from scratch. Where do we meet new friends? Do we join international clubs? What about language clubs? What if I don't play a s...

Double Date in Korea: Board Game Night Out

First time posting a video of ours on this weekly thread! My boyfriend and I met up with Rachel and Andy (another international couple who lives in Korea-and also happen to have a YouTube chan...

How We Got into Korean Radio

How We Got into Korean Radio ft. Mark Wilson When it comes to Korean entertainment, the first thing that pops into most peoples' minds is probably KPOP - the music scene. Then, there's the dra...

Phone photography in Chungmuro

I make photography videos around Korea, previously used to be a food and travel blogger but as you can imagine after 8 years living here things can get a bit repetitive. As a result, I've been docu...

We Visited an Unusual Modern Art Gallery

Last week we have visited Haslla Art world 하슬라아트월드. It is a modern art gallery with a huge park and even a hotel included! There is also a cafe outside, where you can take a rest between...

Baby Mukbang

Baby Mukbang! This is our final Emart sponsor video. Emart have been really great sponsors to have, a pleasure to work with and it’s been fun making these videos. We decided...

10 Things We Wish We Knew In Our 20’s

Regret is a goal so much easier to attain than success. It's a difficult question to tackle: what if I had done all the right moves...where would I be now? I have no regrets with where I am ...

How I Quit Drinking Coffee

Coffee is one of the greatest morning pick-me-ups this world has ever seen...or at least that's what I thought. I've been drinking 3-4 cups of coffee every day for the past few years, and I al...

Sannakji is a deadly Korean delicacy

Sannakji (산낙지) is a delicacy in South Korea. However, it is also one of the most dangerous foods in the world! Sannakji is a live octopus that is eaten either chopped up, or whole! In this v...

© 2019 Follow Korea. Theme by Anders Norén.