Eating Wings with North Koreans | Feasting with your former "Mortal Enemy"

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SleepIsOverrated : [ *Sweats in American* ]

aR0ttenBANANA96 : South and North Koreans, eating american wings while drinking Jarritos? That's beautiful

MrMrwilson11 : I am so happy for these young people. But I am also so sad for the ones they left behind who may never share in this exchange of friendship. I am glad Digitalsouju has done this for them

Emin Gani : The woman with the glasses has such an energy. Like she really makes me wanna hug her

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Ojay Is Ojay : Food really is a bridge to different worlds. A delightful watch. Thanks for this one!

UnderscoreBrian : I was a bit indecisive about what to eat today. Well, it looks like I'm gonna go eat some wings. Thank you.

G Issa : bruh they are drinking Jaritos Mexican soda? that's awesome, how do Korean women feel about Mexican men?

Smeebo Smeebo : [Flabbergasted in North Korean]

WorkHard BeNice : Homegirl with the glasses is adorable! She needs her own show.

Trump Dayz : Great Video!

yennly G : This is the quality content I’ve signed up for!! I like how ur video isn’t only North Korean try this and that, but also have conversation with them, get to know them as human and as Nort Korean. Sometimes people correlate North Korean as the devil and this video prove that they just like other civilians that wronged by their leader. Ps: You better make the “ American try North Korean Food” video Love ur channel ❤️

Luis R : Drinking jarritos?!! Dopeee hahaha nice one guys.

Marlon Elias : I want to see them try Filipino Food!.!.

Bobi : Cultures coming together in harmony. Hate is taught but through communication and love we will overcome war

KoNarTisT206 : 18 min video felt like 5 min video, thats a good thing in my book . keep them coming !

Dva Cha : I really enjoy watching the sharing of culture to people who were not exposed to other cultures. That is percisely what you guys have achieved with this channel, and I am glad to be able to watch such reactions thanks to you producers at Digital Soju. Thank you!

Hillary Stacker : Digital Soju has the best translations! How else would I know what language they are sweating in? 😂😂😂😂

Linda Elvenia : I really like Sky’s participation in this video. Not only is he an American, if you didn’t read the description you wouldn’t have known that he’s actually a 10 year military veteran. Since males and females are required to be in-listed in North Korea, if America and North Korea had an actual war, these people,who are face-to-face over table of food, could have very well been face-to-face over the barrel of a gun. Sky was very respectful and I’m glad to see that. I would love to see more content with him in it.

Bopaler : Wow the Red hat black dude can speak Korean really well with that Darth Vader voice

Raed3n : 2:20 [Flabbergasted in North Korean] Well done

Kyle : Finger gloves? I'm going in nekkid!

Nymeria : I did a double take when this appeared in my sub box. I couldnt stop smiling watching their reactions. Fantastic episode! ☺

shane199817 : Digitalsoju we definitely need videos more often. I cant believe the last food tasting video was 10 months ago!

Rachel Allen : The subtitles has me dying sometimes. “Laughing in American” 😂. But in all seriousness though, it’s great that they get to do things like this to demonstrate how humbling it is to have this type of life where we don’t have to worry about our next meal, whether someone is spying on us, etc. Pil Ju has got to be the cutest thing I’ve ever seen though. ☺️

CiderDivider : Wings are delicious! I'm happy they all had a great meal together. Thank you for sharing this video

Brandan B : God damn this video makes me feel good.

Jenric : Can we just take a moment and appreciate just how deep this dudes voice is compared to everybody else's

Bushviper : Next episode, North Koreans try Mexican Food!

Grand1Admiral : Gloves are for newbs😉

Ken Smith : I dunno how you do it, but your videos keep getting better. And as a Buffalonian, this one hit close to my heart(stomach?). It's wonderful to see people on the other side of the world enjoying our local invention/addiction. I love the group of North Korean's you've assembled. They've all got such great personalities. But, once again, the woman with the glasses really brings it. She's awesome! I'm glad you guys at least started with Blue Cheese. Using Ranch as a dip for wings here(Buffalo at least) is pretty much blasphemy. As is using finger gloves. It's supposed to be messy!! If there's one thing these videos have shown, it's that food really bridges divides and brings people together.

Josh Michael : 15:26 - "Sweats in American" hahah

Cornelius Snow : Always excited for a new Digitalsoju video and this one didn't disappoint. It's so fascinating hearing these people talk and even though I don't like Wings, I really want some now.

Selena Gomez Acapella : Who else loves carrot sticks and ranch? 😋

Chronostasis : I love the auntie, she's hilarious.

saldiven2009 : They had a good idea there. Have some American ex-pats try some North Korean food made by some of the people who fled from NK to SK.

K Ha : Those are the kind of excitements that I had growing up in the communist VN (around 80's) when I first tasted chocolate and chewing gum. Darn the commies. Glad to see these folks finally having a chance to live like a human.

Nagarath16 : I like how North Koreans seem to naturally use more deep noises and wide open expressions about things than South Koreans. Seems that with South Koreans you just see actors using them while acting and those aren't always as natural.. But I maybe totally wrong with this.. I'm just outsider who doesn't know the language enough. I would like to just know.. Do I imagine that fact or has others noticed it too? Anyway.. I would like to talk with all of them a full day.. Or even a week. And I'm usually not that much social person or interested on people. If any of them is ever interested practicing English with me through letters (or emails - i like letters more) I'm up to it. o/

Luis A : North Koreans and Americans having a friendly dinner, why can’t the world be at peace?

wtglb : It's such a shame the North Korean people are trapped in tyranny and suffer because of that nut job, they are no different from the rest of us.  So sad.

supe12man1991 : Can you guys keep making more videos I've already re watched most of them 3 times 😭

Andrew K : As a South Korean, this is so fun to see? I don't know why, I've had wings before, I kind of understand where their thought process about food comes from, and it's hard to explain MAKE MORE videos with these amazing people! PilJU hyung is so well spoken too

Ronald Tucker : They all seem very impressive folks, very direct and observant. I particularly like the lady in the polka-dot dress and glasses. She dug in with her hands with gusto and good humor. Great video

Celeste : You're Back!!! But then again its sad because this means you guys will be gone for some time again. NOOOOO!!! 😣 BTW amazing video once again, only the best from Digitalsoju TV

I have no will to live : *Flabbergasted in North Korean*

Kytae _ : I have a feeling someone is gonna comment about them eating and making noises, so imma explain why they do it. In Korean culture, expressions are important, almost everything is exaggerated a little to make life a bit more interesting. So when they are enjoying food, you will notice that they will chew with their mouth open, it’s a way of expressing they like the food and they will express with gasps or grunts.

Nanashi : *laughs in American*

RNLH : but seriously, i love these videos. so heartwarming

lashutterbug : #worldpeacethroughwings

Grand1Admiral : I hate buffalo wings