MY KOREAN APARTMENT | Life in Korea | Audrey’s Korean Officetel in Dongbaek, Yongin
So today I’m taking you inside my Korean apartment.
Don’t look at the code. I hope you’re not looking. Hahahaha.
I live in a very small studio. It’s just a one bedroom apartment.
What you got in your hands? Well, this weekend happens to be Chuseok, which is kind of like
Thanksgiving and this is the lovely gift set that I got from work. Tuna and spam. Ooooh!
Oooh lala. Those are selling for 50 dollars at the store. Yes, this is very expensive.
You better appreciate your spam. You better. It’s a year’s supply.
Playing guitar sounds I am a very talented musician and I dream
of one day playing with you to. Because they like people who can playing the Ukelele. They
do. Music playing.
hahaha strum it. strum it.
The fridge. And what is that? This delicacy came all the way from Argentina. Dulce de
Leche. Mmmmm. As the Koreans say ‘Mashikeda” In Spanish it is deliciouso. Deliciouso!
This is my small little kitchen and I cook so often that I paid 3000 thousand Won which
is about 3 dollars for 6 months of gas usage. Korean toilets are very scary things. As you
can see there is lots of buttons with different options to wash your bum clean and who knows
what else. oooh, the seats are also heated so in the winter time that’s pretty sweet.
And this is my small little bathroom. Basically whenever you take a shower everything gets
wet. This is all there is to it. This is the view from my apartment. Not too
shaby. You can see lots of apartment buildings, restaurants, bars, and the mountains off in
the distance. So this is my bed with my lovely Bolivian
bed cover. And if you look this way I have a nice shelving unit where I can keep my clothes.
Little television. We just store things here. Girly!
In this little area right in front of the door this is where you take your shoes off
because it is very bad manners to walk inside a Korean home with your shoes on. They don’t
like it. That’s going to be in the bloopers. Noooo!
Yeah! Are you recording already. Yeah. Jeez.