What’s up guys? Welcome back to Vagabrothers Right now it’s Friday night in Seoul, South Korea. It’s time to party. We’re here in Itaewon a cool international neighborhood, and we’re starting the night off with some craft beers. Then we’re going to grab some food and hit a nightclub. Are you coming with us? Let’s go This neighborhood of Itaewon It has a lot of foreigners. You have the U.S. military base here. and there’s been historically a lot of foreigners living here. It’s also the area that’s kind of like a craft beer valley There’s a number of Korean breweries that are in this area, and they’re all doing pretty good stuff. Let’s check out some beers. My name is Sangjun Lee I’m the manager of Made In Pongdang. We sell craft beers. Many people know what is craft beer. Many people know what is ale, IPA. pale ale, IPA. imperial stout Yeah. It’s a kind of culture. All right, boys. It’s the last night in Seoul What has been the highlight so far? I don’t know. I feel like we’ve seen so many different faces of the same city. The first night with the DoStuff girls, we went to a really traditional market and ate super traditional food. Not to mention the fact that we were at the DMZ, which is like a total different universe. It’s been kind of a crazy multi faceted trip. It’s a good trip, and it’s been super enjoyable. First time in Korea? What do you think? This place is awesome. The street photography was probably one of my favorite things But the best unique thing was seeing these guys on stage, inspiring a whole crowd of young people from a different country. It’s really funny because on one hand, it’s almost impossible to take them seriously, but at the same time, when I look at it, they’re legitimately impressive, inspiring individuals that have accomplished a lot. They’re my friends. It’s really cool to see what they’ve done. It’s good. You’re good. I’ve known Carlos I’ve known this guy right here since I was fourteen years old, and Carlos has been one of my best friends through out my entire life. I’m happy to have you on here, Bro. And thank you for that. And the MBN-Y Forum, thank you for bringing us out here We really enjoyed it, and for giving us the opportunity to speak to the next generation of young South Koreans. Hopefully, we’ve encouraged them to follow their dreams. Here’s to tonight, boys. That place was awesome If you guys ever come to Seoul, you should check it out, grab a beer. We’re going to get some tacos because Korean tacos are a thing and need to be done. Next stop tonight is a place called Vatos Urban Tacos. It’s a Korean/Mexican fusion restaurant. Korean tacos originated in Los Angeles in Koreatown where Korean immigrant populations butted up against Latinos, and the Korean taco was born. This place looks pretty awesome, just from taking a little peep inside. We’re going to get some dinner, and then we’re going to head to the night clubs So stay tuned. I don’t know if you can hear us over the Shakira, but what do we got, Bro? We have the quenessential, global food Korean tacos, carnitas, carne asada, gobi short rib and tempura shrimp. It’s good. Cheers, guys. Global culture has been coming under a lot of heat, lately. But you’ve got to say, Koreans living next to Mexicans in L.A. produce beautiful things like this. Although there’s something to be said about keeping things authentic and original, there’s a lot to be said about mixing the best of two cultures, and that is what we have right here. We are riding the underground here in Seoul, South Korea for the first time all week. Hopefully, there’re signs in English. We’re going to Gangnam, which is south of the river. It’s where the business district is and also a lot of clubs. The crazy thing: the subways here in Seoul are also doubling as nuclear bomb shelters because the threat from North Korea is very real. Hence the reason to party a little bit. It could be the fact that it’s late at night on a Friday, but everyone down here in the subway right now is young. Honestly, I don’t see one person who is over 30 years old. We just got out of the subway, and we’re going to a nightclub called, The View. Meeting up with Xander and Haeppy from BapMokja WeFancy the dudes we shot the collaboration with. We’ll see. It’s been a wild night, extremely fun, but ladies and gentlemen, if you enjoyed that video, you know what to do: give it a thumbs-up, share it with your friends, subscribe, and turn on notifications, if you haven’t already. In the meantime, stay curious, keep exploring, and we’ll see you guys on the road, most specifically in the DMZ, the border between North and South Korea. All right. Peace.