Shedding a few tears when chopping up onions is no big deal. But sometimes, just sometimes, certain onions can cause your eyes to sting and your tears to flow down your cheeks. But crying sessions in the kitchen are about to become a thing of the past, as a Japanese company just announced the release of the world's first-ever tear-free onions!
All K-pop addicts will relate to this video made by Youtuber YAKU in which he shares his strange addiction. The video is a well made and hilarious parody of the show My Strange Addiction. We all listen to K-pop daily, spend hours on end watching K-pop videos, and decorate our walls with K-pop swag. Youâll definitely have a good laugh watching this video, and honestly YAKU is totally me. K-pop is life and life is K-pop.
Just a few weeks ago, I introduced a video produced by YouTube channel Solfa that had Korean girls hilariously answer questions about the stereotypes others had of them. Well, this time, it's the guys who are put in the same hot seat, and as you might have guessed, their responses are just as funny as the girls.
As some of you may know, Japan is a land of trends, where there's always people caught up in "the latest thing." And if you're curious about what's been trending over there this past year, all you have to do is watch this new commercial for a popular brand of instant ramen noodles, and you'll become a Japanese pop culture expert!
There is nothing like enjoying cold noodles in summertime in Korea. Many Koreans eat various types of noodles dish. One of them is buckwheat noodles. There are many ways Koreans prepare buckwheat noodles into fabulous dishes. Here is one way you can enjoy. The flavor in the sauce will dance around on your tongue. It truly is hot, sour, salty, and sweet. You can throw some fresh cucumbers, carrots, and/or lettuce depends on your mood.