Mr. Q visits Korea (Three Episodes) – A Qatari guy visits Korea

Some people have been following my Vlogs for a while now. I’ve had quite a few going on, from talking about waste dump in the Pearl, to episodes in Japan. I’ve now put together the first two episodes of a three parter called Mr. Q visits Korea. It’s interesting for most people not only because you get to see what’s happening from a Qatari’s point of view, but a lot of people might be interested in Korea in general too. By the way, I recommend visiting the country, I had a fantastic time and can’t wait to visit again!

Is there another country you want me to visit? If so, drop me a comment in the comments section below. Also, please don’t forget to subscribe, thumbs up and share the videos, it helps keep me going and shows me that you appreciate what I’m putting together.

 

Episode 1 (Gangnam Style and the Loneliest pigeon in the world.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIua35u2IUM
 

Episode 2 (Tiny little baby Octopus and Poo bread)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tT2cm-q0_LI
 

Episode 3 coming soon.

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