[Ask Hyojin] Food delivery in Korea

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Do you often get your food delivered when you feel lazy at home? In Korea, there are a lot of options you can choose from when you order food. In this Ask Hyojin episode, Hyunwoo, Terris and Hyojin talk about food delivery service in Korea. Enjoy the video and learn what kind of food you can order and how it works in Korea!

If you have any questions that you’d like Hyojin to answer in the next episode, leave them in the comment below! You can also browse through and watch all the episodes of Ask Hyojin here!

[Ask Hyojin] Food delivery in Korea
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  • somaye

    Hello teachers!
    Please let us to download videos….
    Thank you for making Korean so fun and easy…
    Anio

    • Hi Somaye,

      If you use Firefox, you can download the youtube videos through some plug in.

  • Miae

    Fun and informative video on a very important topic! 🙂 All due respect to Terris, but he must not live in NYC. We can get anything delivered here: Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, soul food, Middle Eastern, vegan food, you name it… Hyunwoo, I have fond memories during college of ordering delivery from our local Greek diner and asking them to stop at the deli on the way to pickup cigs!

    I’m an American born Korean, grew up in a small town so my parents did not speak Korean to us. I neither speak nor understand it. I’ve been watching the videos with my 12-year-old son and we both love them! Although we’re eagerly waiting for Hangul lesson #3!

    • Thanks for your comment. I have visited NYC several times but I didn’t know that I can use delivery service. 🙂

  • Great video. My question is are you expected to tip delivery drivers? In the US, when you order food delivery you are expected to tip the delivery person.

    • Thanks so much! We don’t pay tip to the delivery drivers.

  • Nick

    My Question: Why does Hyojin NEVER like her video guests???? ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 😉
    Hyunwoo speaks English so well! I love these videos, keep up the great work!
    많이 고마워요! ^^

    • Behind the scene, they are all very mean to me :'( I will have to have someone who is not mean to me and who I like soon 😛

  • Rigo

    I always have fun watching you guys

    • Me. I have fun watching them while I am editing the video.

  • Grant

    Thank you so much for this video! Don’t worry I get nervous when I’m making phone appointments @_@ What I like to do is write everything down so I don’t forget anything lol!

    • Haha. When Hyojin said that she gets nervous when ordering food on the phone, I didn’t understand why, but I guess it’s not so rare 🙂 Thanks for the comment!!

  • Marcos Trivelato

    watching this video made me wonder which sport is popular in Korean and which of them is the most popular.

    • Oh, it will goo topic for the next Ask Hyojin or TTMIK Talk. 🙂

  • nazanin

    Thanks for the video!Can you please put the video for downloading too?!
    i would really appreciate it!
    & Also i have another question!
    Yesterday i was watching a video of Ask Hyojin that was about choosing a name for children culture & a question came into my mind that is there a specific way to understand that a Korean name is for a female or male?!

    • Thanks for your comment. If you use Firefox, you can download the video through some plug-ins, but we will try to make a link you can download Ask Hyojin videos.

      Wow, thanks for giving me your question. I think it will be good topic for the next Ask Hyojin video. 🙂

  • mitha

    hi! currently I just moved to Seoul, and this website really help me a lot ^^
    btw, can you tell me the website for online ordering food in Seoul? i’ve tried to search it in google, but nothing seems to be correct 감사합니다 😀

  • tim

    There are way more delivery options in the US that are not pizza or chinese food……..

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