Eating My Way Through Korea ᛫ Jeju Island

– Hey, guys, it’s YB. I’m in Korea. It’s my first time being back in 10 years. I was born in Seoul, South Korea, and then I moved to America when I was 12, and I came back briefly when I was 14, but since then, I haven’t been back. The thing is, I’m not in Seoul. I’m in Jeju,

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Ephemera E08 – Exploring the disappearing wildlife of Borneo rainforest

Ephemera E08 – Exploring the disappearing wildlife of Borneo rainforest

Think of a huge natural ecosystem with incredible biodiversity being gradually replaced by a new one where endemic species can live anymore this is the reason I wanted to visit the Borneo rainforest, where orangutans and other unique species are seeinng their home taken away I arrived in Kota Kinabalu in the Malaysian part of the island and look for

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#3 Brunei Beat Down | Ride n’ Seek: Borneo | History

Aku Jaime Dempsey. Ini hidupku. Tapi tidak hari ini. Aku berada di tengah kawanan sekarang. Sekarang aku menghasilkan banyak uang. Selamat datang di kolam renang. Maaf, Anda tak bisa melihat ini. Ini terlalu berat. Anda mungkin bisa mati. Pemburu kepala, ikan beracun… …dan pertumpahan darah tak menghentikanku. Walaupun tertinggal jadwal di beberapa tempat… …berkendara motor telah membuatku kembali ke jalur.

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Flag / Fan Friday MALDIVES! (Geography Now!)

Flag / Fan Friday MALDIVES! (Geography Now!)

Hey everybody, welcome back to flag fan Friday. Hope you like the Maldives episode, right? So before we jump into this, you know this is the part where I kind of fix some things that I made mistakes on or stuff that I didn’t talk about in the Video for one at the 8 minute 32 mark. Oh my gosh.

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Typhoon ‘Noru’ to pass by the peninsula

Typhoon ‘Noru’ to pass by the peninsula

Now we turn to our Michelle Park at the weather center for the updates. Michelle, many people in Korea are planning their summer vacations here in Korea. What’s it going to be like this weekend? Well, first some somewhat good news. There’s now a higher chance that the typhoon ‘NORU’ will change its path,… dodging the Korean peninsula and heading

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Vanuatu the Tropical Island Paradise #vanuatu

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Geography Now! MALDIVES

Geography Now! MALDIVES

Hey everybody, GeographyNow.com is finally launched And since you guys asked for it, We made you guys ‘Geography Now!’ notepads and buttons. Stop by the website if you’d like to get one. Thanks for the support guys! For years, you guys have been joking over and over by saying: “Oh by the time Geography Now gets to the Maldives episode,

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Obstacles mar Japan-Dokdo route, casting shadow over Tokyo’s claims

As Japan continues to renew its false territorial claims over Korea’s easternmost Dokdo Island,… we saw if we could get there from Japan. Our Lee Ji-won gave it a shot. Japan has made repeated claims to Korea’s Dokdo Island, but in that case, shouldn’t it be possible to get to Dokdo from Japan? After all, it’s relatively easy to get

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Hawaii Rooted: Home Grown Cuisine

Hawaii Rooted: Home Grown Cuisine

Sheldon: The first thing that my auntie always says is, “Go eat,” and then, “What’s your name again?” If you look at the recipes here in Hawaii that we’re doing, it’s recipes that are based off of tradition 100-plus years ago, but in its own style. Basically, mimicking, like, rice, right? Try taste that. Man 2: Try taste, yeah. Sheldon:

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Ayutthaya, the Ancient Capital of Thailand (Siam)

Ayutthaya, the Ancient Capital of Thailand (Siam)

Ayutthaya is an ancient capital and modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand, 85 km north of Bangkok. Founded around 1350, Ayutthaya became the second capital of Siam after Sukhothai. Throughout the centuries, an ideal location between China, India, and the Malay Archipelago made Ayutthaya the trading capital of Asia and even the world. By 1700 Ayutthaya had become

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