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Eat Your Kimchi on SBS PopAsia! Simon and Martina bring you all the latest on J-pop, K-pop and Asian pop culture. They take you on adventures through Japan and Korea, diving in to the culture, tasting the food and learning a lot along the way.

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Eat Your Kimchi on SBS PopAsia! Simon and Martina bring you all the latest on J-pop, K-pop and Asian pop culture. They take you on adventures through Japan and Korea, diving in to the culture, tasting the food and learning a lot along the way.

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4.9 von 5
31 Bewertungen

31 Bewertungen

SofiaWint ,

A lot of humor and kindness mixed with deep and light topics

You're such kind people and I really enjoy listening to you! You cover so many different topics and talk about them in such a reflected way, while really going deep, that I think anybody would actually benefit from joining! I feel like this podcast builds a lot of understanding on how Japanese and Korean societies work in comparison to western ones, making the world a little closer and better!

I've been watching you're videos forever and I'm currently studying abroad in Korea, most exchange students here know about your YouTube channel and enjoy it haha

I hope you're doing well and all the best,
Love from Germany

😃😃😃Eldem😃😃😃 ,

Amazing podcasts by amazing people

I love Simon and Martina since i first saw their youtube channel! Their podcast is as awsome as their videos!

fruitiestPunch ,

Eye-Podcast in Germany

I really enjoy your podcasts (I listen to them on soundcloud), but I'd love to listen to them on iTunes, but somehow I can't subscribe to your channel (subscribing to you is not possible in Germany). I hope, that you can tell iTunes-guy that he should enable. If not, I just listen from soundcloud^^
I just wanted to say that you podcasts are really funny and insightful. Really appreciate your effort to educate other people about foreign culture things.
Keep up your good work.

P.S. I'll will be in Gifu from Nov17 to Feb18 and due to my studies, I'm just able to travel and explore during the weeksends. Do you have any tips (especially concerning what train company to pick to get to point B or how I could spend Christmas and New Years Eve in Japan as a foreigner)

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