This happened this morning…. Thanks Hugh! He says he always drops his phone on his face. Unfortunately today he dropped it on my face. Actually my nose still feels a little bit sore!
Do you drop your phone on your face a lot? I know a lot of people do but I have rarely done it since I tend to lay on my side when looking at my phone. Or have you done this to a partner?
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We talk about the rubbish man comic! Just because you know how to translate something doesn’t mean it sounds good in the Korean language!
Let us know what other comics you’d like us to revisit and talk about. They don’t have to be recent ones, we can dig up some older ones. We actually don’t remember all the comics so it’s fun to go back and have a look.
I have to be honest and say that I did know it sounded bad in Korean when I first said this to Hugh (before I made the comic). But I was being a bit naughty and seeing if he would react. He did.
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Sara and I react to something Korean! Should we just do reaction videos from now on??? I mean we are pretty good at it!
Hugh and Joel play Google Guess where they try to guess how Google will autofill these sentences to do with things either British or Korean. Joel is one of Hugh’s best friends and is also often seen on the very famous YouTube channel ‘Korean Englishman’. Usually when he is visiting he is out with Hugh constantly (I’m always a third wheel), but I managed to get them to sit down to play with game.
Just a little vlog about Pokemon Go finally being in South Korea. South Korea is very late getting Pokemon Go because of mapping concerns (to do with North Korea or something) but it’s finally here! On one of the coldest days! It was about -10 when we were walking around. Since YG Entertainment (entertainment company of massive stars like BIGBANG etc) is in our neighbourhood, we walked by to see what was there in the game.
We lived in the Korean countryside for over 2 years and not that many people are fluent English speakers there, so Hugh and I got into the habit of not really moderating what we said in public. In Seoul we still sometimes say things loudly in English that maybe isn’t the most appropriate thing to say.
We were in a department store when I was asking Hugh to comment on the size of my butt (I wasn’t sure about Korean sizes). A guy walked past and obviously heard and burst into laughter. Like that sudden snorting laughter. His laughter made me laugh as well, but reminded me that many people can understand me here.
Have you ever had a situation like that before?
Hugh didn’t really experience a real Christmas until he met me, but there was a Christmas song back in the 90’s that touched his heart.