We are in Jeju Island at a restaurant called Yeon Book Ro is probably the street that this is on There is this giant pot of seafood. Of shellfish, of shrimp, of cockles, and stuff like that. It’s boiling ready to go. As this is getting ready I was just informed that I can eat abalone… Raw! I have never eaten raw abalone before. So there’s a chance that I might not like this. Here we go… Noo. Noooo. Do not eat it raw. It is much, much better cooked. That’s disgusting. KOREAN LESSON TIME! Abalone in Korean is… Crab is… Pretty much like Dog (개). Gae. I think only like, really traditional Koreans can tell the difference between the sounds. Nobody else really cares about that. Then there’s Cockle… Shrimp is… Clam, is a little bit like, a clam about this big, that’s… The REALLY big shell… This is the first time I’ve ever had Hae Mool Tang that wasnt red. Like it wasn’t spicy. So, we’ll see if they add anything else to it to make it spicy but it doesn’t seem like that’s gonna happen. Seafood Galoreeee This is, I believe, the Ki Jo Gae. One of the clams. (Joan) After like 50 chews, I’m still chewing on this same piece. Oh, yeah. I love clams SO MUCH. Ohhh. BEAUTIFUL. Xander does not like seafood at all. This is why he’s not in the video and just filming. Here’s a cooked abalone. Bon Appétit! Oh. Ooohh. MUCH better cooked. Much better. Did you have the Jeon Bok? No, not yet. Very, very bo deu reo weo. This is something I’ve been looking fowards to. It’s the crab. I absolutely adore crab. It’s one of my favourite seafoods. Oh, FANTASTIC. I like crab more than lobster. I like that stringy texture of the meat. Beautiful. Beautiful. Enough of the seafood, we gotta get the Hae Mool Tang, right? Tang is Soup. So this dish is Seafood Soup, I gotta have the soup, right? Eh. I’ve had better. I’ve had better. So if you see, basically, if you walk around with like, the big billboards and stuff of like restaurants, right. There are light up signs and they’re like Something something… That means that that’s a specialty store. So, sometimes it’s like Donkkaseu Jeon Moon Jeom or Hanwoo Jeon Moon Jeom That’s the specialty of the store. This is a Hae Mool Tang Jeon Moon Jeom. But it’s really not that Jeon Moon 🙁 I hope that this was educational. There’s wasn’t a lot of description of the taste because it’s very difficult to explain seafood. Besides with the words ‘fishy’ and then ‘clammy’. (Joan says Texture) Oh, yeah… (mumble mumble). Chewy-ish. Boiled seafood is always chewy, though. The abalone was the only thing that was really tender. Thank you very much for watching and as always, Stay Fancy.