For the Last Time: This Temple Is Not a Restaurant

For the Last Time: This Temple Is Not a Restaurant

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(upbeat music) (bright classical music) (peaceful Asian music) (uptempo orchestral music) – Pak Jang-Mi will tell
you that she’s not a chef. But her food screams,
Pak Jang-Mi is a chef! (peaceful Asian music) (hot oil crackling) (coughs) One day, I got a call from a buddy who said, “Hey, we’re gonna go on a
trip to get a special meal.” And I said, “Okay, Sicily or Paris?” And he said, “None of the above.” – Okay. Excuse. Excuse me. You got one already! (sighs) Okay. Excuse me! (sighs) – Just be careful, ’cause
they didn’t pave this. I know, it’s like, people come here. Oh my god, ooh, get with
this, get with this! Oh, hug the Buddha! – Excuse me, uh, no– – Ooh, little Buddha date! – Excuse me, no picture please! – Oh, she is so cute! Okay, wait! Oh, I love that one! Hi, hello! (gasps) Look at this one! – Oh my god, I love the pink one. I know that makes me basic,
but I don’t even give a. Will you get a picture of me with it? Okay, oh my god, if I
fall in, I’ll kill myself. I will kill myself. Alright, how’s that look?
– Excuse me, excuse me. – Let me see, let me see. Okay, send that to me.
– Excuse me. – Selfie time! – Ah.
– Say twinsies! – Oh, pick up garbage, please. – Oh! Pick up garbage, please! I get it! I’m carrying garbage
with me wherever I go, and I need to take care of my garbage – No, I mean this garbage! – I’m in South Korea, yeah, it’s great! (speaking in foreign language) – Too loud! – Too loud! Our emotions are too loud inside of us. We have to quiet them down! I get it now! Ma, Ma, did you hear that? (laughs) I’m getting
so much enlightenment! – No, no you talking too loud! Uh, no pick flower! – Oh, right! I can’t pick the flowers. The flowers have to pick themselves! Just like how I need
to pick my own self up and ask my boss for a raise? (laughs) Oh my, guys! (intense Asian music) (fire crackling) – That’s it for this episode preview. To watch the full
episode, go to Dropout.tv and start your free trial today. Why, where, how, when? Now. She said, “What if soup was hard? “What if salad was loud? (salad crackling) “What if you got a
bagel with cream cheese, “but the cream cheese was
the bagel, and the bagel “was the cream cheese?” – I mean, she really
mixed up the adjectives you’d use to describe food.

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