Joel meets the 15 lucky winners of the DeafNation-KTO-Asiana Airlines trip to Korea at LAX airport.
All 15 winners and Joel spend 48 hours in Seoul for a tour of the historical Gyeonbokgung Palace and
the tall North Seoul Tower. They wrap up the first 24 hours with Bulgogi, a traditional family-style
Korean barbecue. All this, and more in the first 24 hours of 48 Hours With Joel in Seoul!
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  • Rich adventure for y’all. Beautiful surroundings! Can’t believe humid exists there too as well as Texas. Sushi deliver to my house from FED EX? I don’t think so. That’s okay, hope next time. = ) Joel, thanks for sharing your video with amazing tourists with us. See you soon!

  • Good! I am enjoying your travel interesting! I like eat Korean food,so i learned to do Korean bibimbap.:) This style looked like the traditional Chinese family.

    Thank you to share your travel:))
    looking forward to more video:P

  • That is so amazing the group particular with you to tour to Seoul Korea. It is rich experience for them and learn more about Korean s culture, history and food. It is very educational. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing the beautiful video with us.

  • I really enjoyed watching until I saw LaDonna, I was surprised to see her. I knew her way back and it was good to see her. Im happy for her to go to Korean with Joel.

    LaDonna, if you ever read this, hope you remembered me, friend of Stephaine H from Wisconsin.

    Dawn Polzin
    Madison, WI

  • This video made me laugh. So funny! Well done, lucky winners!! The best highlight in this video is a vending machine. I want one right here in England!

  • Joel,

    Eu vejo muito bom cidade de Seul- Coreia do Sul .
    Eu gostaria desaber voce participar pesquisa visitar cidade de Coreia do Norte como comunidade dos Surdos ? Comunista como ? nunca informar Comunidade dos Surdos do Coreia do Norte?
    antonio Campos – Deaf – Brazil

  • It’s amazing visit King’s home in Korea. It’s most beautiful home. I can’t image is that maze?? I can see how huge property there. I can see how’s beautiful roofs and inside. It’s very interesting about Korea’s history. Thank you for sharing. I am learning their history. I hope have a plan flight to Souel someday in the future. SMILE

  • Amazing! In my heart, Korea is one of my dream traveling list that I have always wanted to go for a pretty long time. Thank you for giving me some insight of what Korea look like. While I watched your video, I smiled at you all group went together journeying there and expression how you feel or your experience being there… awesome!

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