Ryan: It’s too early for this. Ryan: Going to wake up Eunsung now. Ryan: Honey! Wake up! Ryan: Finally ready to go now. Ryan: Took like one hour for her to get ready. Eunsung: What! Abe: Hey whats up guys! I’m Sandra I’m Eunsung I’m Ryan I’m Abe And we’re the 4 Chingoos! Abe: Today we’re heading to Vilvaldi Park Abe: We’re going to go snowboarding Abe: So we would like to introduce our way there Abe: and foods we are going to eat Abe: and what the prices are Abe: so you guys can also visit here sometimes Abe: We’ll help you guys for your trip. Abe: Alright! Are you ready to roll? Abe: Tell us about the pit stops. Ryan: Honey tip #1! If I said that correctly. Ryan: When you go to a Korean pitstop Ryan: Make sure to get some Eunsung: Ahl Gamja Ryan: Tong Gamja Ryan: Best thing right there! Abe: Potato Balls Ryan: Potato Balls Ryan: They’re really good Ryan: and salty Ryan: So that is my tip. Ryan: If you ever go to a Korean pit stop. Ryan: So at the pit stop Ryan: Just like at any other Korean cafeteria Ryan: Sometimes, you will have to order on a screen Ryan: and you just click what you want Ryan: You don’t have to worry about if you don’t speak Korean Ryan: They have options on the top right usually Ryan: Of what language you may speak. Ryan: And what I did not know when was there Ryan: Chuga bob Ryan: So if you wanted more rice Ryan: You just go up there and ask them. Ryan: Self-service as well Ryan: A lot of places and other Korean restaurants Ryan: have self-service, like banchan Ryan: So if you are into that and know what you are eating Ryan: and love it a lot too Ryan: you can get unlimited banchan Ryan: So yeah, that’s how you mainly order there. At the pit stop. Abe: We’re in traffic right now. Abe: We did not expect this. Sandra: Last time we came, there was no traffic Abe: Zero traffic! Sandra: And we have one slope open. Sandra: We’re here! Abe:We’re here! Finally! We made it! Ryan: Can you hear us?! Abe: It’s so loud! Ryan: So we’re going to split up? Abe: Yeah, I’m going to ride one.