Today I’m actually headed to downtown PyeongChang
where I’m going to try to find you guys a little bit of the local life. Some culture,
some cuisine and I’m gonna have a good time trying to use these chopsticks that have been
giving me quite a struggle as of late so bear with me as I try, I’m sure many times to pick
up noodles and dumplings. Potato massoba noodle dumpling soup.
Millet pancake and the potato pancake, along with some Korean sides, kimchee, spicy noodles.
I’m going to try the millet pancake. It’s really good.
Potato pancake. (she laughs) I’m gonna start again.
Going in for the potato pancake. It’s really nice!
So this millet pancake is actually quite sweet. Potato pancake over here is kinda the opposite,
bland but this sauce is amazing, it’s like a soy sauce with a little bit of a kick. I can’t do it! This is so hard!
Mmm! It’s really good!
I’m here on festival street, downtown PyeongChang. (music) (she says thank you in Korean) Mmm, this is really good. We call it cotton
candy back home. Not sure what they call it here.
I’m definitely buying this. Some local souvenirs, dried fish.
Woah! Even the fish are robots here! So cool!