How do you spend your free time?
Hey there, how are you? It’s already the last day of February. Although it’s still slightly chilly in the morning in India, the weather these days is absolutely beautiful. I hope you aren’t stressing yourself with too much work. Are you enjoying enough free time? Well since you’re interested in our blog & South Korea, allow me to suggest what you could do during your breaks. That is… (drumroll!) … watching endless YOUTUBE videos! Yay!!
Okay you probably are already watching tons of youtube videos on a daily basis (or is that just me), but stay with me – I’m not done yet.
I’m not suggesting you watch random videos on youtube.
I’m about to recommend you 5 channels that feature many fun things about Korea.
1. Korean Englishman
One of the most popular and famous English-speaking Youtuber to Koreans! This channel is run by Josh and Ollie, two English-men 🙂 They make lots and lots of videos in Korean and English, linking two cultures and having loads of fun on the way. They upload videos every Wednesday.
This is Korean Englishman’s 2nd channel, JOLLY! The name comes from Josh and Ollie’s names: Josh + Ollie = Jolly. On this channel, Josh and Ollie make more videos that take little bit less work than those on their main channel – Korean Englishman – but still interesting and interactive with its viewers. It’s more like a vlog type. This channel is pretty new – the first video was published 13th of Feb, 2017! Ollie learns Korean and they eat English food. More videos are to come, so stay tuned 🙂
2. The World of Dave
Dave is an American Youtuber who currently lives in South Korea. He makes several videos and series, from comedy and satire to cultural. He does a lot of collaborations with many Youtubers – both Korean and foreign (non-Korean). I personally adore his Language series, go have a look!
3. Whitneybae / WhitneybaeIRL
Whitneybae is a famous American Youtuber in Korea as well. The video of her struggling to solve Suneung English (Korean style SAT) questions went super viral, and so did her Korean rap TV show parody videos. She uploads every Thursday 6pm. Check both her channels out!
As her channel name suggests, she’s Australian (Hoju means Australia in Korean _ 호주) . She makes plenty of videos of different topics. Her unique accent (both Korean and Australian) is very attractive and her videos are full of rich content. Go have a look 🙂
Last but not least, we have Margarita. I remember introducing her in one of my past post:
She shares how she learned Korean so beginners can find it easier to learn Korean. She also uploads her covers for several songs – mostly Korean. She’s an amazing singer! You like Korean music? And you want to subscribe to a Korean speaking Youtuber? Welcome to Margarita’s channel!
Have you had a chance to watch their videos? Brilliant, aren’t they?
Of course, there are many more Youtubers out there who speak Korean and share the Korean culture. What’s your favourtie channel? Let us know 🙂
Post by: @sminp816