Welcome to my house! Thank you for inviting me to your place and to dinner~ I’m sorry but I was not able to go
grocery shopping this afternoon because I was so busy. How about eating out? I am so lazy for now. Why don’t we just order in? Do you have any ideas? Well. Yes I do! Let me introduce
the king of delivery food in Korea. it’s ‘Jajangmyeon’. But this is made with pork.
Are you okay? No problem.
You know I’m not a Muslim. OK, let’s do it! It’s great! Is it? ‘Jajangmyeon’ is one of
the most favorite foods in Korea. By the way,
how much did you pay for this delivery? ‘Jajangmyeon’ delivery is usually free. Oh, really? Wow, it’s amazing! That’s why Koreans call ‘Jajangmyeon’
food of ordinary people. I think ‘Jajangmyeon’ is like
Big Mac burger in the United States I’m so excited the soccer game is
beginning now! Do Koreans like to watch the soccer games? Absolutely!
Have you heard of this? Korean national football team was crazy
in 2002. I agree. By the way, you cannot miss ‘Chimaeg’
while watching a soccer game. What is ‘Chimaeg’? It means ‘chicken and beer’ in Korean. I knew it. I have really wanted to have
chicken and beer in Korea someday. Have you? But are Middle Eastern people allowed to eat chicken? Luke, what the…… I am sorry, I’m sorry.
I was kidding. By the way, why don’t we just have chicken and beer
Do you know it is already midnight? Let me show you
how crazy food delivery is in Korea. Chicken and beer,
‘Chimaeg’. Cheers Welcome back to ‘Korean all too Korean’
I’m Luke. How often do you order in? As you see, Koreans have food delivered quite often. One Swiss report shows in 2018 food delivery accounted for about 20% of
total food services in Korea. this rate is, as you expected,
the highest in Korea among OECD countries. Thanks to delivery Apps, Koreans are more likely to order in
year after year. Last year, 25 millions of Koreans
*25 millions is correct 🙂 that is half of Korean population used mobile Apps. So one press called Korea
‘a Paradise of Food Delivery’. Not again, paradise. Korea may be a paradise of
food delivery for customers. How about delivery workers? According to a K orean government report, 69 delivery workers died and about 4,500 were injured in motorcycle accidents
between 2011 and 2016. And 37% of delivery workers answered
they have experienced traffic accidents The big problem is that shockingly, more than 50% of food delivery workers are not covered by any accident insurances. Food delivery workers involved in mobile apps
answered to a survey that they work 9.7 hours a day and 66 hours a week on average. You can easily see many food delivery workers
riding a motorcycle on the streets in Korea. I agree food delivery is
quite fast and convenient here. At the same time I hope delivery workers are
safe and happy Thank you for watching ‘Korean all too Korean’. See you next time! bye