Why I’m Hooked on Korean Street Food YouTube

Currently I’m hooked on Korean street food channels on YouTube. There are tons of them for some reason. Here’s one that’s just 22 minutes of a woman quietly making chive pancakes:

I think this is relaxing. You might think it’s boring. Either way, it’s not self-congratulatory fascists telling lies, people gunning each other down in the street, or self-congratulatory fascists lying about people gunning each other down on the street.

Currently I am still sick. Last night was the third night in a row that I did not sleep well, but at least I’ve stopped throwing up. It’s all stress. My greatest fear is being sent back to the United States, where it’s apparently okay now for militias to act as death squads and gun down people opposed to the current regime.

And there’s the answer to the question…

Why I’m Hooked on Korean Street Food YouTube

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About Berin Kinsman

Berin Kinsman is a writer, game designer, and owner/publisher at Dancing Lights Press. An American by accident of birth, he currently lives in Finland with his wife, artist Katie Kinsman.

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