Foreigner tries 51 CRAZY Filipino foods in the Philippines! Epic BALUT FAIL!
In this video, a foreigner from America tries out over 50 unique Filipino food and drinks! Check out my reaction as I travel around and try new and unique foods. In total, this video was filmed over the course of two years, and in two different countries. If you are interested in videos of foreigners trying FIlipino food, then this is the ULTIMATE video for you! In this vlog, I try everything from street food to FIlipino restaurants to various snacks, desserts, drinks, and alcohol! See my true reaction to over 50 Filipino foods! There are even some special guests in this video! Can you spot them?As a traveler, I always love trying the local food. The Philippines is a country that has such a variety of food to try that I can't resist eating as much as possible! Truth be told, I don't love 100% of the things I try. However, I'm always down for exploring new tastes!This video was inspired by David from the popular channel 'Davids Been Here'. He created a compilation of Indian foods - and I thought it was such a great idea! I figured having a video of over 50 different Filipino foods would help show the world the diversity and uniqueness of Pinoy cuisine!I strived to make this the ultimate Filipino food reaction and tour vlog. However, I know that I have SO many more foods to try out! What should I feature next? Let me know in the comment section below! In this video, you'll find:1. Chicken Nugget (street food, Kalibo, Philippines)2. Siapao (Kalibo Public Market)3. Sinigang (thanks to @stichchoi for inviting me and @mrbulbul!)4. Taho (a breakfast treat, filmed in Boracay)5. Banana Cue (filmed at the 'Feel the Phil' Festival in Seoul)5. Bulalo (Boracay)7. Lechon (joined by @travelandtash)8. Pork Adobo9. Tamilok (filmed in Kalibo at Bakhawan Eco-park and Research Centre)10. Jolly Spaghetti (my first time to eat Jollibee! )11. Chicken Joy (spicy, of course!)12. Sisig (filmed in Makati)13. Halo-Halo14. Champorado15. Balut Egg (I tried this balut for the first time in Seoul, South Korea at the Little Manila Market on Sundays!)16. Mangosteen (yummmm!)17. Bangsilog18. Piaya19. Pancit20. Suman (filmed at the Legazpi Sunday Market)21. Pili Nuts (thanks to Wrapsody and Y-Nut!)22. Mang Inasal (Boracay)23. Tapsilog24. Tosilog25. Dangsilog26. Lumpia27. Dinuguan (filmed in Makati. I tried the version from Zubuchon, which included lechon meat, rather than innards)28. Puto29. Banana con Yelo ('Feel the Phil' Festival)30. Buko31. Chicken Mami (filmed at a carinderia outside Kalibo Airport)32. UCC Coffee33. Tuna Pie (From Jollibee)34. fresh pandan juice35. Goto (outside Kalibo Airport)36. Cornsilog (from Jollibee)37. Ginebra (with Mr. Bul Bul and Stich Choi)38. Chicken Skin Chicharon39. Longanisa (filmed at the Legazpi Sunday Market)40. Mango Shake41. Calamansi Muffin (from 'Real Coffee' in Boracay)42. Burger McDo43. McDonald's Fried Chicken44. McDonald's Spaghetti45. Soup #5 (from Binondo - the world's oldest Chinatown - Manila, Philippines)46. Leche Flan47. Suman sa Kalamayhati48. pork Chicharon49. Spicy savoury peanuts50. Banana Chips-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Official website: http://www.tastesseoulgood.com📧 Business enquiries: [email protected] list: http://eepurl.com/dy6j6bConnect:📸Instagram: http://instagram.com/tastesseoulgood (or #tastesseoulgood )💻FB: https://www.facebook.com/tastesseoulgood/🇰🇷Blog (한국어): http://blog.naver.com/tastesseoulgood🔴Help translate our videos into your language! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCI_4xw1y0CV-1gVYK2PgW-A**My favorite travel resources**Hotel: https://tastesseoulgood.com/hotel/Klook (activities, SIM cards, transportation): https://tastesseoulgood.com/klook/I get all of my music through Epidemic Sound. Get a FREE 30-day trial here: https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/v77f3e/Equipment used:Main Camera: https://amzn.to/37PyZHpLens: https://amzn.to/2ubkLSnSecondary Camera: https://amzn.to/2UjQDyXMic: https://amzn.to/2UisSau*(These are referral links - meaning you can save a bit of money, and I can earn a bit of money. It's a true win-win situation!)