Life on The North Korean Border in China

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  • Опубликовано: 1 янв 2018
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    We visited the city of Yanji, which is home to the ethnically Korean people that live in China, right on the border of North Korea. We experienced true Korean culture right next to one of the most mysterious countries in the world.
    In this special scene of Conquering Northern China, we take you up close in person with 2 ethnically Korean women who taught us how to make kimchi.
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  • ADVChina
    ADVChina  10 месяцев назад +139

    This was a deleted scene from Conquering Northern China, go and watch the full show on Vimeo -
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    • 이라능불꽃
      이라능불꽃 3 месяца назад

      The Kimchi from chaoxianzu method is quite far from that from south korea.
      Sprite is not put into the kimchi in south korea.
      And taste is different too.
      Please don't misunderstood that the kimchi in china is exactly same with that in south korea.

    • Riccardo Cacchioli
      Riccardo Cacchioli 4 месяца назад

      just bought "Conquering Southern China" !!!

    • Zhengxian Li
      Zhengxian Li 6 месяцев назад

      +Frog Princess No there's nothing to do with that although the family name "Kim/Gim"(depends on how you spell it) got over 10 million population in total (North+South+China+Russia+Oversea). I'm a chinese so I don't know much about Korea, due to what I've read it was called 딤채 Dimchae which means "sunk (underwater) vegetable" to describe its produce and then it turned to be Kimchi

    • piffdaddy420
      piffdaddy420 6 месяцев назад

      i thought this was on conquering northern china?

    • munchkin42
      munchkin42 6 месяцев назад

      ADVChina c-milk and serpentza pick up two old hot chicks. Ha!

  • robert bingenheimer
    robert bingenheimer День назад

    Very nice ,how one day going into n.korea haha just kidding love your shows .

  • Jacob Johnson
    Jacob Johnson 8 дней назад

    So how many provinces in China have you two been to so far? Is the ultimate to goal to visit every province in China? BTW, great video. Love it.

  • Cilok 8108
    Cilok 8108 11 дней назад

    🙈Kamsamida~😹🙊🙏😘...✌

  • The Myke Show
    The Myke Show 12 дней назад

    Love this channel, but that intro music is irritating as hell.
    Please, PLEASE get new intro music

  • C H
    C H 17 дней назад

    Kimchi is so damn good! Especially with Korean Bbq!

  • T L
    T L 17 дней назад

    This is really cool!!! As a Chinese, I never know this place! Amazing!

  • Rex Scheib
    Rex Scheib 18 дней назад

    Really enjoyed this video and the kimchi production. I was introduced to kimchi while supporting Tiger Division of ROK Army in Vietnam and continue to enjoy occasionally as it is in most grocery stores in the U.S. Kimchi was in a tin in their military rations. Also enjoyed the video comparing MRE's to Chinese rations. I consumed C-rations and LERP rations.

  • dfpguitar
    dfpguitar 20 дней назад

    to everyone losing it over the supposed lack of authenticity with the sprite. Fermentation requires a source of sugar. The corn syrup and sprite will provide this, with the sprite having the bonus of lemon and lime flavouring.
    Sugar is also added to bread for the same reason.

  • cnordegren
    cnordegren 24 дня назад

    The sprite is totally unnecessary. All it does is accelerate fermentation. The pear was more than enough. This means kimchi is good as long as its fresh. Otherwise brace yourself for some foul-smelling junk after a while
    Without refined sugar kimchi has a milder and softer tone (as it should be) and fit to be served to kings.

  • XiXora
    XiXora 24 дня назад

    I did wonder why Sprite (雪碧) was being taught as a word I should know…

  • 朴賢西
    朴賢西 25 дней назад

    The "Sprite" is usually Korean "seoīdeo" (cider) which is like half way between a Sprite, a ginger ale, and a Pocari Sweat™. As for every family making their own kimchi, it's true that each kimchi-making family makes it a bit different, but unfortunately a growing amount of people these days grow up having no idea how to make kimchi because their family started just buying it at the store.
    Thanks for the video!

  • Jove Gajo
    Jove Gajo Месяц назад

    Hey just gotta let you know, in Korea they usually use "Chilsung Cider" when recipes call for "Lemon-Lime Soda". Just some clarification ^^

  • Steve Ash
    Steve Ash Месяц назад

    Can you guys read Korean as well as Chinese?

  • ChefMK
    ChefMK Месяц назад

    I never thought to use sprite to make kimchi. something to try

  • Rudy Alfonsus
    Rudy Alfonsus Месяц назад

    guys, why dont you visit mongolia and give us a fair view of mongolian.

  • Nicolas Goldring
    Nicolas Goldring Месяц назад

    因为我是中国民族的文化爱好者、我想认识朝鲜族人。从美国的爱!

  • Catherine Monsell
    Catherine Monsell Месяц назад

    These women are not ELDERLY! You often point out people as being elderly when they're not.

  • Dowlphwin
    Dowlphwin Месяц назад

    Recipe: "add spirits" (adds Sprite) - close enough

  • 민도
    민도 2 месяца назад

    Honestly most of korean think 'those' koreans (aka 조선족) are criminal gangsters.. like as Americans think about Hispanics

  • Scott Natale
    Scott Natale 2 месяца назад

    Winston, just a FYI....Chinese cabbage isn’t bok choi, that’s a different thing.....but in the USA, Chinese cabbage is known as “Napa Cabbage”
    My first job was in a produce department at. Big Y supermarket. ;)
    (Big Y being a family owned New England chain in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island)

  • Jean-philippe c
    Jean-philippe c 2 месяца назад

    The north Korean method is just dirt.

  • jtuno122
    jtuno122 2 месяца назад

    You two need to stay awesome!

  • 屯長小蔡同誌-福建省台巴子屯
    屯長小蔡同誌-福建省台巴子屯 2 месяца назад

    咸菜(泡菜)是中国四川的东西,只有辣白菜是朝鲜族特有。

  • Sammie Seoul
    Sammie Seoul 3 месяца назад +1

    more korean stuff please :)

  • admrlstckdl
    admrlstckdl 3 месяца назад

    3:15 It's like a cooking segment on a morning show. "Now normally, you would let this bake for an hour. But I have an already-completed version right here..."

  • ramon hundana
    ramon hundana 3 месяца назад

    please visit benxi and give a real opion of this city i love this city its in liaoning provence

  • AgeDrain
    AgeDrain 3 месяца назад

    I need a North Korean wife to complete my life.

  • DestinationVoid
    DestinationVoid 3 месяца назад

    7:40 Is this really 米酒 or 密酒 ?

  • Oliver Von arx
    Oliver Von arx 3 месяца назад

    This would’ve been the perfect food for the old seafarers to prevent scorbutic. Looks/sounds really tasty - i have to try this out myself. Thanks for another great and inspiring video, mates!!! 👌😉👍

  • memadman
    memadman 3 месяца назад

    Seen on Bazaar Food.

  • Scott Dinh
    Scott Dinh 3 месяца назад

    Spirit is the secret ingredient in making Kim chi good.. My Korean American Friend thought me that over 10 years ago

  • Scott Dinh
    Scott Dinh 3 месяца назад

    These lovely lady should open a Kim Chi cook and teaching school. They are so lovely, I love them to death

  • Don Pearce
    Don Pearce 3 месяца назад

    Conquering Northern China was an awesome Movie!!! loved it!!!

  • Hi Neil of 'Cidi Al-Masry' Sidi Al-Masri Sandage

    1:00 ~ I ate some, it's not. #Iceberg Kimchi? We don't eat albino plants. Purple, Green, something of colour. ~ Somehow via Korea War all Seed and agriculture was destroyed via Napalm, nay to all palm of Jesus Quran Foods. Then Unites Nations provided free plant seed and grain releif efforts, to free these dark people of the food and plants that provide the DNA pollen that activates their pre-KoreaWar skin Colors.

  • Nick Donnelly
    Nick Donnelly 3 месяца назад

    Wow this lady is an epidemiologist working for the WHO - in addition to being Kimchi lady. She has rigorous scientific studies demonstrating there were zero cases of SARS due to Korean food.
    Totally plausible

  • Nick Donnelly
    Nick Donnelly 3 месяца назад

    I feel like you should take your jackets off? Looks like you're gonna leave at a moment's notice

  • Nick Donnelly
    Nick Donnelly 3 месяца назад

    Kimchi is overrated A LOT.

  • Thomas Okken
    Thomas Okken 3 месяца назад +1

    Totally agree with C-Milk about not being able to pinpoint the ingredients. I think that's the magic of a lot of East Asian cuisine, they create wonderful flavors and you just can't tell what's in it. I've dabbled a bit in Asian cooking (Indonesian) and it really is like magic. You combine a bunch of ingredients, most of which are actually familiar to a modern westerner, and at the end, something comes out that is wonderful and unexpected.
    Soo Zee and Leigh did a video about Korean cooking not too long ago, and Soo Zee mentioned that kimchi is a pain in the ass to make. I understand now what she meant. It's worth it though, if you ask me. 😊

  • Raghunandan Reddy C
    Raghunandan Reddy C 4 месяца назад +6

    korea has sprite from ancient days

  • Garry Sekelli
    Garry Sekelli 4 месяца назад

    I think the intro music would be better with some chinese pop music maybe some jackie chan or something mix it up a bit.

  • Daniel Gerchman
    Daniel Gerchman 4 месяца назад

    How did you learn mandarin? How long have you studied before moving in?

  • Alex Friedman
    Alex Friedman 4 месяца назад

    Can you guys not read and write korean?

  • Jason Westmas
    Jason Westmas 4 месяца назад

    hmm I always thought Kimchi was done with a raddish. I suppose there are a lot of different types.

  • 1kparmar
    1kparmar 4 месяца назад

    I wonder what ingredients go into to make a C-Milk :-) I'm sure you can't tell, ginger, garlic, onions, carrots, apple pears, cabbage, chilli, radish (that's not a turnip btw), spring onions and leaks and don't forget the 7up. I seem to have taken in the ingredients quite well. Then you leave to ferment on a motorcycle for 2 months :-)

  • 1kparmar
    1kparmar 4 месяца назад

    Now it makes sense to me. I went in with SARS, and doctor gave me Kimchi :-) Fixed in 10 minutes.

  • Lt H
    Lt H 4 месяца назад

    Are you allowed to filter/lane split while riding in China?

  • Jason
    Jason 4 месяца назад

    Hey guys! I really like your videos, as I’m planning on coming to China later this year to teach English, and I find them very interesting. I was wondering if y’all rode bicycles or motorbikes in your homelands before moving? Thanks!

    • Alexander 569
      Alexander 569 3 месяца назад

      Shenzhen or Shanghai might be best. Not beijing :D

  • Edward Zheng
    Edward Zheng 4 месяца назад

    it's neither 7up nor spirit, probably local no branded soda water

  • John Alich
    John Alich 4 месяца назад

    Have you guys thought about traveling to South Korea?

  • Jesse Daniel
    Jesse Daniel 4 месяца назад

    alot of Blue :)

  • GulburTheDragon
    GulburTheDragon 4 месяца назад +2

    "so here's some I prepared before"
    Some proper cooking show shit

  • Jesper
    Jesper 4 месяца назад

    I know it's old video, but she just meant they were using sparkling water

  • morskojvolk
    morskojvolk 4 месяца назад

    My mouth is watering. Bet the smell was _awesome!_

  • Richard Jiang
    Richard Jiang 4 месяца назад

    Welcome to our city, Yanji, the city of West Corean!

  • 锁金秋
    锁金秋 5 месяцев назад +2

    Koreans are low plebs in China, but still better than u European honkey

    • Neil Clark
      Neil Clark 16 дней назад

      and you are the crown of the human race? Any european would slap your face if it stoud a bit higher off the ground, dwarf

  • YummYakitori
    YummYakitori 5 месяцев назад

    Why are they using the South Korean recipe instead of the North Korean one? As far as I am aware most ethnic Koreans in China have their original hometowns in North Korea, not the south.

    • Richard Jiang
      Richard Jiang 4 месяца назад

      Because the food in respect of Skorean recipe are easy to purcase. Nkorean recipe is less diverse.

  • HarvardRadRes
    HarvardRadRes 5 месяцев назад

    He meant white men tasting North Korean girls' kimchi between the legs.

  • Nicolas Goldring
    Nicolas Goldring 5 месяцев назад

    It's so exciting to see the lives of 朝鲜族. It's these shows that truly excites cultural enthusiasts, especially Chinese cultural enthusiasts, like myself.

  • BrokenGlass043
    BrokenGlass043 5 месяцев назад

    How healthy can that kim chi be if you add Sprite and corn syrup to the mix?

  • Aidan Hill
    Aidan Hill 5 месяцев назад

    You just called wombok/chinese cabbage Buk Choy... I'm very dissappointed😂

  • Lucy Anne
    Lucy Anne 6 месяцев назад

    I started riding motorcycles at the age of 4, started racing motor cross at the age of 10, bought my first Harley Fatboy at the age of 16, first Harley Soft Tail at 19, Ultra Classic at 24 .... my point is, I’ve been riding motorcycles for 41 years, riding big bikes for most of those 41 years, & I would still be terrified riding in the insane traffic y’all are riding in in these videos! I’m freaking out at the way y’all are making turns with those crazy drivers, driving between the lanes of vehicles!! Good lord! Y’all are nuts!! Stay safe! Keep having fun!!

  • Will Scott
    Will Scott 6 месяцев назад

    Ever since I had Chilsung in Korea, I've preferred it to Sprite or 7-up.

  • William Digiacomo
    William Digiacomo 6 месяцев назад

    god I love Kimchi.....THE POWER OF KIMCHI!!!!

  • 72won10lost
    72won10lost 6 месяцев назад +1

    正宗的做辣白菜的方法,赞!

  • manifest 73
    manifest 73 6 месяцев назад

    She diffinitly the matriach

  • alex wong
    alex wong 6 месяцев назад

    Hello, I am foreigner living in china, and I really want to get a motorbike license. Hope that you guys can tell me how you got yours. My wechat id is: laowaijiushuai

  • supertotoro
    supertotoro 6 месяцев назад

    Kimchi does not meen cabbage in korean. They need something sweet in it so pear is one thing you can use and I guess sprite has the same function. Usually you have some anjovis in it too. Recepies can vary alot anf this receipe was a bit special. Also there are over 200 kinds of kimchi but what they made here is the most common one.

  • Frogzilla
    Frogzilla 6 месяцев назад

    The ladies certainly don’t look elderly, they don’t have any wrinkles and have such perfect skin. I’d love to know how old they are, what do you think?

  • Frogzilla
    Frogzilla 6 месяцев назад

    CMilk, your hair looks lovely and I never noticed what beautiful eyes you have.

  • Catssonova
    Catssonova 6 месяцев назад

    I worked in a Korean owned restaurant for some time and I can actually confirm that Sprite may be used in Kimchi. It was the weirdest thing finding out, but I imagine it's just a super convenient substitute

  • Laio Brum
    Laio Brum 6 месяцев назад +1

    Please go to Sputh Korea just like you went to Japan

  • MGTOW Revolution
    MGTOW Revolution 6 месяцев назад

    Long fermented kimchi has this strong smell that most Westerners doesn't like.

  • IE B
    IE B 6 месяцев назад

    I like her erhua!

  • 戒色Rockie
    戒色Rockie 6 месяцев назад

    延吉

  • saurus mamut
    saurus mamut 6 месяцев назад

    why this remoted Chinese City is much better than Bombay?must be fake,we are the superpower in Asia

  • Trancemutator
    Trancemutator 6 месяцев назад

    You guys should go to western China and do a episode on those tocharian mummies.

  • CHENYU YANG
    CHENYU YANG 7 месяцев назад

    I dig your style, ADVChina. This is a cool Channel that does stuff no one else does. You guys bring a different perspective on day-to-day matters in China which is of great entertainment and educational value to both the Chinese and outsiders. I hope your channel takes off.
    The only thing that's a little bit annoying is that sometimes you make all-too-definite comments or claims on things you have little idea about. I think a more prudent way to handle things is to either avoid making judgement calls on unfamiliar objects or to simply do better research before making the videos. I respect you guys having an opinion, which is pretty much the soul of this operation and the reason I watch your videos, but I do hope to see your future videos to be slightly more careful.
    Stay awesome, Winston and C-milk.

    • ADVChina
      ADVChina  7 месяцев назад

      Thanks, but we will stick to our opinions, our channel is all about us being real and we try to be as balanced as possible, but at the end of the day we’re just a couple of guys sharing our adventures, not a news or TV channel

  • Frank Patrick Lennarz
    Frank Patrick Lennarz 7 месяцев назад

    Great video

  • Sun Wukong
    Sun Wukong 7 месяцев назад

    I believe that's nappa cabbage.

  • Souto man
    Souto man 7 месяцев назад

    Great video, love traditional way of preparing foods.

  • alex wong
    alex wong 7 месяцев назад

    how can I get a driving license for bikes in china?

  • Burial
    Burial 7 месяцев назад

    They seem nice.

  • kolkat c
    kolkat c 7 месяцев назад

    Birds of a feather flock together yellow fever scum with shit immune systems with little brains

  • Astrafalustre
    Astrafalustre 7 месяцев назад

    Another brilliant episode. Thanks guys, gamsa hamnida for revealing the making of Kimchi.

  • Youngmin Choi
    Youngmin Choi 7 месяцев назад +1

    thanks for the awesome video. you guys can eat kimchi either as raw itself or fermented. Each of them has different flavors. I've never seen someone uses sprite in making it, but it seems quite authentic!

  • delia lin
    delia lin 7 месяцев назад

    this looks so tasty!! and they make it looks like it's super easy to make it lol

  • Cade
    Cade 7 месяцев назад

    The Korean lady seemed so nice and friendly. I love this.

  • HisShadowX
    HisShadowX 7 месяцев назад

    Just when I thought I am watching your videos I see another one that pulls me back in

  • Angelos Or
    Angelos Or 7 месяцев назад

    I love kimchi! Unfortunately my x-girlfriend doesn't make it for me anymore...

  • Gamma r0ck
    Gamma r0ck 7 месяцев назад

    Made me hungry and had to go get some!

  • mrmelthecat3
    mrmelthecat3 7 месяцев назад

    I am a big geography buff. Your channels are great for a person like me

  • gbd 2480
    gbd 2480 7 месяцев назад

    You guys should go visit Zhangjiajie National Park I've always wanted to go there

  • Tarquin Castle
    Tarquin Castle 7 месяцев назад

    This is so awesome, I love that you dudes are having conversations riding around. Must be so fun!

  • Jeff Stumpf
    Jeff Stumpf 8 месяцев назад

    I love kimchi.

  • MeMyself &i
    MeMyself &i 8 месяцев назад

    i love kimchi, acquired that taste when i spent a year living in Korea, at Panmunjom, in '86-'87....it is sooo good!
    there are many kinds of kimchi
    Koreans eat kimchi like we eat potato's in the States

  • Allat Goddess
    Allat Goddess 8 месяцев назад

    For every meal, just like the CUbans have Mojo and Black beans and rice, for every meal, and Mex. tortillas and chili.

  • Hijikata Nanasama
    Hijikata Nanasama 8 месяцев назад

    I am guessing this scene was replaced by the unexpected sex hotel scene LOL. Check out on Vimeo!

  • Korean Peninsula
    Korean Peninsula 8 месяцев назад +1

    Nice video. Yanji.

  • SE ASIA
    SE ASIA 8 месяцев назад

    Great video