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Hongdae Tour
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Discover Digest Trio: David, Angie, and Ross go to one of the Korea's most vibrant college town: Hongdae to see what young people in Korea do on their weekends

M.Pire in Hawaii 2
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Angie takes a tour on 2014 Korean Festival, and a Korean idol group M.Pire throws a big show at the festival!

M.Pire in Hawaii
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Korean idol group M.Pire comes to Hawaii to perform at 2014 Korean Festival!

Medical Tour
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David goes to Barunsesang Hospital seeking the best doctors in the country to get his chronicle shoulder problem fixed

TL Plastic surgery
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Discover Digest hosts David and Angie goes to TL Plastic Surgery in Apgujeong, Korea, and gets 'facial reformation consultation'

Guards at Gyeongbokgung Palace
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David and Angie try to take a picture with the guard at the entrance of Gyeongbokgung Palace. 

Yakiniku Korea House
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Last stop on Discover Digest's Hawaii special, David takes Ross and Amber-lynn to a well known Korean restaurant in Honolulu called Yakiniku Korea House or what the Korean's know it as 고려원 (Goroywon)!

Chogajib
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Discover Digest in Hawaii. Next stop on our Hawaii special David takes Ross and Amber-lynn to Chogajib to try out Budae Jjigae (Korean army stew) and Jokbal (pig feet). 

Jjambbong & Sweet Sour Pork
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What else did we order at Lobster King? 
You gotta try their Jjambbong (spicy seafood noodle soup) and Sweet Sour Pork. 

Lobster King: Jjajangmyeon
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Discover Digest in Hawaii makes their first restaurant stop at local favorite, Lobster King! It may seem like a Chinese restaurant but it is Chinese, Korean fusion of food. First order on our list is Jjajangmyeon aka black bean noodles. 

Discover Digest in Hawaii
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Discover Digest decided to fly back to the islands of Hawaii and discover the local Korean flare that the locals are cooking up! 

Doota Fashion Mall part 2
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Another insight in to the largest fashion mall in Dongdaemoon, Doota! Over hundreds of different vendors in the mall that sell the latest fashion and trends. 

Doota Fashion Mall
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Doota is one of the largest fashion malls in Dongdaemoon Market. Over hundreds of different vendors in the mall that sell the latest fashion and trends. 

Insadong
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Insadong is Korea's memorable attraction with many shops where you can buy traditional Korean gifts. 

Fashion in Myeongdong
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When walking through Myeongdong, you will see that almost everyone is following the latest trends.

Fashion Glasses
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The trend in Korea is wearing glasses. Even if you have perfect vision you can just buy glasses without the lens, just because you might look better with glasses on. It's a fashion statement in Korea. 

K-Beauty in Myeongdong
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In Myeongdong you will come across a street where each shop is a cosmetic store. The only hard choice is to choose which one to go in to. 

Myeongdong
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Seoul is one of the fashion capitols in the world. One place in particular is Myeongdong. Myeongdong is the #1 shopping place for Koreans and tourists. You can find the latest in fashion, beauty products, and street food all in one place.

Korean Seal Stamp
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In Namdamun Market you can get a Korean seal stamp that is a personal stamp made out of wood or stone. You can get your name carved in it and use in place of your signature. It only takes 3 minutes to make! 

Korean Stationery
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Korea has the the cutest and elaborate stationery you can find. Maybe you should stock up on some cards or boxes to take back home with you.

Korean Socks
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One of the most popular gifts to buy if you are visiting Korea are SOCKS! Korea has the cutest and cool socks out there plus it's cheap!

Namdaemun Market
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Namdaemoon Market is the oldest and largest traditional market in South Korea. Don't worry you can still find some modern day things at this market as well.

Dragon's Beard Candy
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Dragon's Beard Candy is the equivalent to cotton candy. You will find these mostly in the Asian countries, originating in China. In Korea, you don't just come for the candy, you come for the entertainment of the people making Dragon's Beard Candy!

Pojangmacha Part 2
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Pojangmacha aka tent bars have what the Koreans call, comfort food. Each tent bar is different, and what they cook up is different. 

Beondegi
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Would you eat beondegi aka silk worm larvae? Angie tries to conquer her fears and watch what happens!

Soju & Beer
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Mixing soju & beer is the perfect 'bomb' to start off your night or day...it's 5pm somewhere in this world.

Pojangmacha
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Walking around Korea you will see tents set up on the street and those are called 'Pojangmacha' which means Tent Bar. You can eat some Korean comfort and drink soju while hanging with friends!

Pumpkin Toffee
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David and Angie encountered a street vendor that sells pumpkin toffee. What else does he recommend from his food stand?

Nakwondong Street Food
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David and Angie walk through Nakwondong Street and look for their favorite street food! 

GwangJang Market Part 2
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GwangJang Market is famous for their food vendors. You can find one almost every where you turn. What types of food are David and Angie going to try?

GwangJang Market
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Gwangjang market is one of Korea's oldest open market. You can find  lots of food vendors that prepare some of Korea's traditional food. Just make sure you don't lost in the crowd of people.

Mayak Kimbap
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Angie is on a search to find Mayak Kimbap aka Drug Kimbap. It's a very addictive seaweed roll that you can't just stop at 1 or 2 or 3!

Cafe Gureum
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Cafe Gureum has a beautiful view of the Han River and Seoul. You might want to go with your boyfriend or girlfriend as there are many couples that visit this cafe. 

Psychic Cafe part 2
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David gets another psychic reading done by a shaman? Find out what happens! 

Psychic Cafe
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Ever gone to get your psychic reading before? In Korea there is actually a cafe where you can choose your own psychic to read your future. What's in store for David's future?

Bau House
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Angie takes you inside of a dog cafe in Hongdae.

Multi-Plus
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Multi Plus in Korea is where you can surf on the web, watch movies, play video games, and sing karaoke all in one room! That sounds like heaven to some people.

Luxury Su Noraebang
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If you want to have a good time with friends or just have fun alone, Korean noraebangs are the place to go in Korea. Noraebangs translate to 'song rooms' or 'karaoke'. 

Jjimjilbang Head Towels
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David and Angelica are at Dragon Hill Spa, but what are those people wearing on their head?

David's Makeover
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Discover Digest's host David is getting his first makeover. Will he be the next K-Pop star? Find out! 

Korea's Subway
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Catching the subway is fun and cheap in Korea.

Rock and Roll at Live Band Ssaeng
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Rocking out at Live Band Ssaeng.

PC Bang
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In Korea you can go to a PC Bang, room filled with computers, and play computer games or just surf the web.

Dragon Hill Spa
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At the Dragon Hill Spa you can sit down on one of the massage chairs to get a nice leg massage.

Drums at Live Band Ssaeng
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Learn how to play the drums on a more upgraded version of Rock Band at Live Band Ssaeng.

Korean Beverage
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There are lots of different drinks that Korea offers, one in particular is a drink that kind of leaves you wondering what it really is. Watch the clip to find out what it is.

Couple Tee
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One difference about Korean couples compared to American couples, they like to dress the same. In Korea you can find a lot of couple shirts which will make you stand out as a couple.

Korea (Pilot 2)
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The adventure continues as we take you behind the scenes of an upcoming Korean Drama "Heavenly Woman" and what it takes to be a stuntman.

Korea (Pilot 1)
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The adventure begins...the journey to discover the cool and fun Korea! 

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