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  • good morning good morning guys greetings from Seoul South Korea it's a little bit

  • sigh but this is my last morning here so I wanted to go and show you guys some

  • really cool Korean breakfast so we're gonna be having first Korean porridge

  • and some Korean fried rice so Korean porridge is called Juk Korean fried

  • rice is called bokumbap and afterwards guys we're gonna be visiting yet another

  • palace here in Seoul there's so many cool palaces to visit so yeah kind of

  • ending things off with the bang can't wait to have a delicious meal and then

  • explore somewhere a full let's do it so we have a feast of feasts again in the

  • morning I just feel like that has been the theme of our South Korea cheer

  • percent range I can't expect us to give us basically fuel for the day what we've

  • got here is we've got the Korean Juk this is called Pat Juke which is a red

  • bean porridge and it's basically like the Azuki beans so if I stirred around

  • here you can see that has that kind of reddish purple tea color which is

  • associated with obviously the red bean the pot and what else is fascinating too

  • is that it comes with rice basses giant rice ball there but it also comes with

  • it has a glutinous rice and then some more coarse pieces of rice it's

  • absolutely piping hot so I'm just gonna stir that for a bit and show you guys

  • some of the other side dishes you have some meat it has a it's been marinated

  • and then we have white radish an ice cold white radish soup not entirely sure

  • what that is until this gochujang sauce it's not sure if it's vegetables or fish

  • I believe it might be fish and then moving on here this stuff is amazing

  • guys this is my favorite Korean fried rice it's called kimchi fried rice

  • kimchi bokumbap it's got kimchi it's got onions I can see that has carrots and

  • some spring onions as well it's a nice spicy rice so tasty

  • basically the side dishes that come with this rice because it is a separate order

  • are exactly the same as with the Juke no need to explain those well let's try

  • that Juke hopefully it's cooled down a little bit

  • so I'm gonna go for the first bite without the rice balls

  • mm-hmm very strong bean tastes surprisingly not as much sugar or

  • sweetener hatted as I would have thought it's actually more savory than it is

  • sweet taste very very healthy like these jokes are made with just very simple

  • ingredients it's just like your rice you've got your being and the rice balls

  • it's really yeah so it's very easy to digest mmm I really like it but I have

  • to admit the pumpkin one is by far my favorite all right I try the rice ball

  • here mmm I love the texture it's so soft and chewy well I do have to chew it for

  • a while so that's like phase one a breakfast phase two is a kimchi fried

  • rice but before I do that I'm gonna try the all the side dishes here let's try

  • that radish oh that's different than the other ones we've been hovering that one

  • has own some sweetener it's kind of sweet and sour very refreshing cleanses

  • your palate okay let's try the radish here yep nice and juicy I have the meat

  • mmm mmm it's got a really nice tangy sauce I think it's like a soy-based

  • sauce right under me so the only thing left for me to try now is gimchi fried

  • rice so I'm just gonna grab something right from the top Oh super tasty oh the

  • kimchi just has so good when it's been fried all the other veggies are really

  • delicious packed with lots of flavor spicy mmm are these two dishes I like

  • this one even more the rice is amazing so guys yeah this is like this is the

  • type of food that you can order in Korea when you're when you're hungry in the

  • morning the Juke is a is a very healthy way to start the day gives you fried

  • rice is typically eaten at any time of day probably actually less likely for

  • breakfast more likely for lunch or dinner I got my work cut out to finish

  • all this so I'm just gonna chow down my porridge is phenomenal it is like the

  • best porridge on a planet it just reminds me of like a delicious risotto

  • with shrimp and seaweed like they killed it with a seaweed game here so much

  • seaweed lots of small shrimp I'm so delicious I can eat this every

  • day I shouldn't but I could mm-hmm let us see right there you know how to rice

  • very moist very filling dish super filling I mean if you eat this alone

  • you'll be good this is overkill oh boy the kimchi fried rice is just too good I

  • love it very different throw support obviously is very moist it's almost like

  • a super thick soup with rice this is obviously just fried rice kimchi but a

  • spicy version like kimchi fried rice is off the chain you'd like fried rice and

  • you like spice God try this oh he reminds to agree with you more I'm glad

  • we ordered I'm glad we ordered all of this food I think each barge was like

  • 7500 oh yeah same thing here so very portable roughly 60 US dollars each

  • so we're spending less than $18 yeah it's crazy it's crazy my eggs better

  • good Miami cost $18 eing value here in

  • Florida how was breakfast Oh reverence is amazing but really filling Wow that

  • extra dish kind of a bit overboard right yeah I mean we didn't finish our forages

  • we finished the fried rice the fryer was so spicy and delicious yeah I can't

  • believe I ate that for bricks and this restaurant is actually located right

  • next to exit 4 from Seoul station so if you're on the metro line Seoul station

  • exit4 it's right here look so 7-eleven yeah that starts right there

  • all right so we have arrived at Changdeokgung (창덕궁) and we purchased the

  • tickets only three thousand won that gives you general admission there's also

  • a secret garden but you can pay an additional 5,000 won for which would

  • bring the total to 8,000 but yeah we're just gonna visit the main palace grounds (Changdeokgung - 창덕궁)

  • today so in terms of the history this place was built in 1405 and it was the

  • principal residence of the Joseong King so very fascinating place can't wait to

  • explore alright guys so I've just walked inside of the palace (Changdeokgung - 창덕궁) and something I

  • wanted to mention was a few different prices for visiting the palaces in Seoul

  • so you can do what's called a royal pass which is ten thousand won and that gives

  • you access to all of the palaces in Seoul or you can dress up in traditional

  • Korean hanbok and get in for free and that's for all of the palaces so

  • consider dressing up in handbook or consider getting the royal day pass if

  • you want to visit them all my first impressions of this palace are very

  • favorable it's so spacious this actually lets people visiting than

  • the main Palace which is Jong beaucoup and yeah the Sun is out it's just oh

  • what a beautiful day I'm loving it here alright so we've been

  • visiting for a while and David the history Buffy's been collecting some

  • fact here yeah so I'm looking at more facts so basically one of the things

  • about this palace is that this was the most beloved palace by the royal family

  • it was the most relaxing for them it's very spacious you can see lots of trees

  • that there's 26 thousand different species of trees obviously that's in the

  • back in the you know in the secret garden as well and yeah right here you

  • see super spacious we have one of the main buildings right here I mean look at

  • the crowds I mean we've got here we got here literally 9:00 a.m. when I open

  • yeah and it's just a sea of people this is the best time to come though because

  • if you come here later it's even way too hot oh my god the breeze right now is

  • insane huh yeah it's awesome midday would be crazy I hate that

  • they did the coordination of the King here right so they coordinated him his

  • throne is in there there's some really old painting this wall like five hundred

  • years old the top and they would use it for like royal galas or or you know

  • parties yeah as you can see I mean this is like a massive Terrace

  • I actually love this about Korean palaces how they give you so much space

  • it reminds me of like some places in China

  • yeah like the Forbidden City works just like that so much space like yeah you

  • could be here somebody could be over there you won't even notice you know

  • exactly but right now has a lot of people here tourism is really really big

  • is the best part about these places like this is they always have this area on

  • the side yeah so you can walk through especially during like really really hot

  • time of day you know midday you can be over here and it's cool

  • interesting five we think it's somebody one of the kings rooms it's right next

  • to the main hall yeah and has blue tiles inside super spacious is like literally

  • like one couch so I'm guessing the couches were where he would relax and

  • they will just bring you know a bed the same way we did it within the temple so

  • yeah I mean it's pretty cool I mean in terms of things to see here just lots of

  • buildings like this you know very open lots open space and that's it okay man

  • it's fun all right dude what a final morning here for me in Seoul so good to

  • spend it with you so we basically had a nice breakfast porridge

  • or lots of breaks our last of our last summer together oh it's sad anyway so

  • it's so cool to come to this to this palace there's many in Seoul visit them

  • all if you have time they're all very different all very impressive and dude

  • I'm gonna miss you man this is - bro that's got guys you gotta be sure to

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  • day here an extra day you're gonna be going to Myung dong at night today

  • you're going to the tower note the world towers multi world fifth tallest tower

  • in the world yeah it's really a new building Thailand Malaysia India and now

  • Korea four countries together where's gonna be the fifth maybe I maybe

  • Miami who knows maybe we'll go back to India again anyways if you enjoyed the

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  • vlog showing me going home after this so see you there please

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good morning good morning guys greetings from Seoul South Korea it's a little bit

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Korean Breakfast in Seoul, Korea + Visiting Changdeokgung Palace (창덕궁)

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    Summer posted on 2020/10/15
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