And Mika in Korea is back with a brandnew episode! This time Dominic from Dom&Hyo joined Mika for little chat and enjoying some delicious Korean food. And this week Mika and Dom are enjoying some Bossam with Soju, since it was friday evening when we shot the video, we even ordered a bottle each, so somehow the planned Bossam Mukbang became somehow more a Soju Sulbang 😀 If you don’t know the difference between Mukbang and Sulbang. Since Mukbang is a video, where you watch somebody eat, Sulbang is a video, where you see somebody drink some alcohol / booze! And since we drink more than we ate, this became somehow a Bossam Sulbang! kkkk 😀

For everybody, who doesn’t know what Bossam (보쌈) is: Bussom is a super popular pork dish / pork wrap in Korean cuisine. The meat is served with side dishes such as spicy radish salad, sliced raw garlic, ssamjang (wrap sauce), saeu-jeot (salted shrimp), kimchi, and ssam (wrap) vegetables such as lettuce, kkaennip (perilla leaves), and inner leaves of a napa cabbage. Basically the perfect Korean anju, what means food accompanying alcoholic drinks! To eat the meat you have to wrap it up in a leave together with all the ingredients and eat it with one bite! „bossam“ literally means “wrapped” or “packaged” in Korean.

Besides enjyoing the delicious Bossam and drinking Soju, Dom and me also discussed being married in Korea and we tried to point out the differences between a Korean Marriage and an Internation Marriage. There are quiet some differences and Mika and Dom came up with 7 points, which made it into this 10 Minute long video!

As usually, if you want to see more fun video eating, drinking and discussing various topics, don’t forget to subscribe Mika in Korea on Youtube and follow Mika also on Instagram. Also don’t forget to check out Dom & Hyo, especially if you are into Learning Korean. They are making great infographics about Korean words, so if you are studying Korean, you definitely need to check out their Facebook Page!

Also if you liked my Bossam Mukbang and you want to see more Mukbang Videos, please check out the Samgyetang Mukbang, a Korean Traditional Ginseng Chicken Soup or the Gopchang Jeongol Mukbang, which was definitely “special”. Thx for watching and have a nice day, cheers!