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  • Uh huh.

  • E was about to say we're gonna leave.

  • Then I realized that I haven't given you the room to her.

  • Do you guys want to see what a last minute, $29 room looks like here in South Korea?

  • Got a TV?

  • This is a chair.

  • This here is the bed.

  • And it was quite literally, just big enough a taller man may have suffered.

  • And my very own deluxe room view.

  • You gotta love a room with a view.

  • Thanks.

  • Mhm.

  • Not exactly the best weather for my last day in Seoul, but I've only got a couple hours to my flight, so I'm gonna go meet up with Sharla.

  • Then we get to catch a flight.

  • Yeah.

  • Is there any more obnoxious sound on a quiet morning of a back street than the rollers of a suitcase?

  • Mission number one accomplished.

  • I found Charlotte.

  • Wow.

  • E can't believe 7 11 is closed.

  • It's totally like what, 8.

  • 30 in the morning.

  • Hunk E five.

  • Since you started.

  • But he's not in younger.

  • He's its first thing in the morning And researching for a cafe.

  • And what did you just ask me If I wanted cake I don't think I'm gonna be going with 8 a.m. K.

  • Really?

  • Just the coffee should be fun.

  • Why are you surprised that I don't want cake in eight ahead your for a couple of hours?

  • That's e am Laver yet Way you think people would be here having problems?

  • How is it so empty left?

  • Tokyo being Tokyo like you wouldn't even be able to get a seat.

  • E just cannot believe it.

  • There's nobody No one.

  • We're the only people in here.

  • Mhm.

  • Okay.

  • And hey, this entire trip has been filled with so many like new experiences.

  • But one thing that I completely forgot about this is my first time being in a country where I cannot speak the language.

  • Thank goodness for being 2000 and 18 and the ability to pull up pictures on my smartphone or use like here.

  • We wanted to ask if they had soy latte.

  • So I just talked it into Google translate and probably wasn't perfect.

  • But it works.

  • It works.

  • I think it's not an English muffin.

  • No, but whatever it is, it is just spectacular.

  • Everyone, I think that pretty much brings my trip.

  • Thio feels like you are Cheer for one, mate.

  • It basically was just one night.

  • It was for me because I only slept rolls, right.

  • You need to come for longer than absolutely There's so much more to show you.

  • So you were saying how you felt like you could dio all you wanted to do in Korea in, like, a couple days and that would be enough.

  • You feel like there's more of you to see now like we've been, what, two areas?

  • Yeah, Yeah, like I grossly mis estimated Korea.

  • I will say that I was cute, more traditional things next time because you didn't see the palace.

  • You didn't see any temples or anything, so e think that would be cool.

  • There's so much more to explore e thin.

  • We're here back at the airport.

  • So without even thinking, this genius right here tossed the drone, which he brought but never used into his checked luggage because I was planning on carrying on.

  • But that was like, you know, I'll just check it it.

  • So now I'm gonna try and get the drone back because you cannot put batteries that large in checked luggage way.

  • That kid is my hero.

  • done so many live streams during this trip.

  • I've been enjoying it, so I hope that you guys have to.

  • But now I'm going to grab a coffee and wait for the people to show up at the gate so that I can see if I'm gonna be able to get those batteries back or if I've just lost the batteries and the drone way.

  • One thing I will say, though, is that Dunkin Donuts makes him seriously hot coffee.

  • E may or may not have burned my mouth.

  • Uh huh.

  • There's my bag.

  • So far, so good.

  • My bag is there now.

  • Hopefully, the batteries haven't already been taken away.

  • Fingers crossed, your fingers crossed.

  • So this thing just broke right off of my coffee.

  • And that's what happened falling apart today.

  • Who?

  • You guys.

  • You guys air?

  • Definitely.

  • Definitely.

  • Seeing the worst.

  • Got the bag.

  • Gonna be able to change out batteries.

  • This is a success story in and of itself.

  • So the best part of this is that as I'm doing this, these gentlemen here behind me are talking about a similar experience.

  • They left a whole bunch of mobile batteries in their suitcase and lost them all.

  • I feel very, very fortunate today, especially after hearing that story way actually ended up talking.

  • He was really nice.

  • He told me a previous experience where he had done the exact same thing, and he said this time they called him to the gate so he thinks he might not lose them this time.

  • But he was like, How do I keep forgetting this?

  • So I'm glad it's not just me.

  • I'm making excuses.

  • It's still a very amateur mistaking it shouldn't have happened.

  • E one of the things that might happen to you when you arrived to the airport and I'm surprised it's never happened to me before.

  • But someone once asked in the comments Hey, have you ever been on this program?

  • I haven't yet.

  • But today, thes lovely people from you and your point have come up to talk to me, and we got to talking about Tommy standing all that.

  • So no guarantee.

  • Okay, guys, I'm gonna get back to this and well, let's do this.

  • All right.

  • So super quick update, because I've been off the plane for a while.

  • But it has been so eventful.

  • So, first of all, I got my bag.

  • Second of all, as I was walking through customs, one of the Ocean Brothers called me and was like, Hey, we've got this event at a festival Big festival called me Tom a monastery, and there might be a group of people playing shamisen there.

  • Would you like to join?

  • So that's really cool?

  • Sure.

  • And then not seconds after that phone call, did those guys come up to talk to me now?

  • For those of you who don't know, there's this program that translates into what have you come to Japan?

  • Todo.

  • They approach people at the airport and then they kind of ask them what they're doing in Japan.

  • And if they're interesting enough, or if the schedules and everything lineup, they follow them for a while and kind of get their life on camera and put it on TV, they'll also have to get the approval of the Ocean Brothers production company and everything like that.

  • So the chance of me actually being on the program is not that big.

  • But there's also something else I wanted to talk to.

  • You guys give me a second along right now for those talking points.

  • So while I was in Korea.

  • One of the questions that came up a couple times.

  • It's so normal.

  • Are you gonna move to Korea?

  • And I wanna put this out there because the moment the plane came in through the clouds, I noticed something.

  • What I notice is Japan is beautiful.

  • I love it here.

  • There's a reason that I have chosen to build a life in this country.

  • And as much as I did enjoy Korea and I did, I had a great time there and Korea, and it's only is beautiful too.

  • But Japan really, really appealed to me.

  • I just really like it here.

  • So I hope that answers that question.

  • Oh, but also gives a little insight into how I felt about this Korea trip because it was great.

  • And I am so happy.

  • I'm just so happy that I got everything back, didn't lose anything, got it bad came out.

  • We were good.

  • So that, ladies and gentlemen, was the Korea trip my first time in a country that wasn't Canada, the US or Japan with spectacular.

  • If this is the first video you're watching, I'll link something up here, Check it out.

  • And you know I will see you guys again real soon.

Uh huh.

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LEAVING SEOUL KOREA

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/12
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