RUSSIAN FOOD in South Korea ♦ Русская кухня в Корее

  • Dipublikasikan tanggal 19 Sep 2018
  • Today we're trying Russian food in South Korea! Though the restaurant is established as a Russian eatery, you will find dishes from other parts of Europe. We try their:
    + Blinchinki s Kapustoi (Russian crepes with cabbage filling)
    + Borscht (Russian soup)
    + Pelmeni Varyonye (boiled meat dumplings)
    + Samsa (pirogi with lamb and potato filling)
    Featured restaurant: Troika
    Address in English: 164-1 Itaewon-ro, Itaewon 1(il)-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea (5th floor)
    Address in Korean: 서울특별시 용산구 이태원로 164-1 5층
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    Note: This video was filmed in June/July 2018.

Komentar • 361

  • 3auka88
    3auka88 5 hari yang lalu

    Sorry but the person who cooked the borsch should be fired..borsch has to be red /magenta not orange or what ever color this was....

  • Kris Day
    Kris Day 17 hari yang lalu

    Hello! Does anyone know what the painting with the boy eating soup with his family called? I’ve tried searching various keywords surrounding ‘boy’ ‘soup’ ‘family’ and ‘russian’ but nothing has popped up

  • Duduka Barbidokskaya
    Duduka Barbidokskaya Bulan Yang lalu

    Вообще то все Русские принимают пищу сидя на стуле и иза столом - ложкой и вилкой ! Первое ,второе и компот .....и обязательно с ароматным хлебом,!А на десерт пироженное - мороженное ))))

  • Ophelia S
    Ophelia S Bulan Yang lalu

    Mommy Oh is SO cute. You just want to give her hugs :)

  • 뭉치면죽는다
    뭉치면죽는다 2 bulan yang lalu

    I hope enjoying Russian food!

  • Cheng Jennifer Lovelace
    Cheng Jennifer Lovelace 2 bulan yang lalu +1

    Yea finally I loveee youuu❤️❤️❤️

  • Anna Andre
    Anna Andre 2 bulan yang lalu

    Mina! Thank you for that video! All your videos great!!!

  • Secret Diary of a Foodie
    Secret Diary of a Foodie 2 bulan yang lalu

    The borscht I make at home is often this colour (and yes it is beetroot), it just loses the vibrant magenta colour after awhile.
    Also there's an error in the restaurant that confuses me, the hand pies are called piroshki not pierogi (as written in menu). Pierogi is a Polish word for dumplings & the equivalent in Russian is vareniki (which I also saw on the menu). Confused why a Russian restaurant would call small hand pies pierogi instead of piroshki?!?

  • Freethinking Влади́мир
    Freethinking Влади́мир 2 bulan yang lalu +1

    Borsch losing its color happens. A standard trick is to add a whole beet at the very end to re-colorize the soup.

  • Георгий Боголюбский

    Your Troika is just right.) Pirozhki (many) pirozhok (single), not piroshki. Pirog - commonly is a main dish, big pie to serve for at least a party of ppl. When we says: Pirogi - means individual baked pies. Pirozhok - is an individual small pie, in cuter, smaller verbal form. Like dog and doggy.) Borscht is always magenta, because of beetroots. But it is a possibility of discoloration. Beets are darkening fast if they didn't put in a bit of lemon juice or vinegar on the final stage of cooking. So it looks like a 2-3 days old soup without preservative ingredients. Samosa is not a russian traditional pie, it's middle east/indian, but many ppl likes it, including me. Blinchiki are also great with curd or cottage cheese, and sweet addition of jam, honey, or condensed milk. Or they are good with turkey and walnut, or salmon or caviar. Taste it!
    I can also recommend some traditional salads like dressed herring "shuba" or christmas standard russian salad.

  • Brandon Neil Sta. Teresa
    Brandon Neil Sta. Teresa 3 bulan yang lalu


  • The Doodle Artist
    The Doodle Artist 4 bulan yang lalu

    You said all the words wrong xD how I know?? I'm Russian lol. You said borrsh correct tho, plus its sooooooo good. X3 lol love your vids also it's pronounced pemeni. I can't say it in Russian cuz I can't change my words TwT just Google translate all of the foodz.

  • Dagmar Riley
    Dagmar Riley 5 bulan yang lalu

    My mom used to make Borscht at least a couple times a month; would love some right now.

  • Vivian Hubbell
    Vivian Hubbell 5 bulan yang lalu

    Luv yr nails

  • Gee - Gee
    Gee - Gee 5 bulan yang lalu

    In Poland borscht is spelled barszcz
    For me Polish borscht better.

    • Carolina Oleynik
      Carolina Oleynik 5 bulan yang lalu

      Gee - Gee you know it’s actually from kyivski rus. Like around modern day Ukraine, Belarus, and a bit in Russia. But many Slavic countries share Cuisine especially because of the Soviet Union.

  • ку ку
    ку ку 6 bulan yang lalu +1

    Where is the russian subtitalel?

  • irina derevolkov
    irina derevolkov 6 bulan yang lalu

    it is troika witch means 3

  • stonefly69
    stonefly69 6 bulan yang lalu

    Ms Mina has no haters! Great vid. We have a great Russian grocery store near us called Marvel and it has all of this, including an attached restaurant. You can buy ready made pelmeni by the huge frozen bag and the bakery sells piroshki.

  • Ben Gurban
    Ben Gurban 7 bulan yang lalu

    Next time you try "Pelmeni" try it with the broth it was made in. Add a spoon of sour cream and a little bit of dill! It is a game changer.

  • Diana Galvez
    Diana Galvez 7 bulan yang lalu

    You are so funny and entertaining. Love watching your videos!!!

  • Nastya S.
    Nastya S. 7 bulan yang lalu

    Hello from Russia👋

  • stonefly69
    stonefly69 7 bulan yang lalu

    Great vid!

  • CC Channel
    CC Channel 7 bulan yang lalu

    I am born in republic of Moldova,and all of those foods we eat in Moldova too. Love them. Love your videos,found your videos not long ago,and i really enjoy them. 💗🤗

  • Meme Coub
    Meme Coub 8 bulan yang lalu

    if the prices are in the south Korean won. You can eat borscht in Moscow for 7600, in any other smaller cities 2500-4500

  • no problem
    no problem 8 bulan yang lalu

    well i love your videos and you should try georgian food you will love it 😊 🇬🇪

  • Old Bagira
    Old Bagira 8 bulan yang lalu

    Kotleta and piureshcka gde blyat?

  • Reshiram
    Reshiram 8 bulan yang lalu

    You should have gotten to he famous English teacher

  • Alice K
    Alice K 9 bulan yang lalu

    The mayo-ish sauce is 1000 isle dressing, probably! Usually you only eat it with sour cream tho

  • Ximena_xvi
    Ximena_xvi 9 bulan yang lalu

    I love it when she makes videos with her mom ! :)

  • james bateman
    james bateman 9 bulan yang lalu

    Love your videos with you and your mom in them . ❤️😊

  • Owl eyes
    Owl eyes 9 bulan yang lalu

    Russian food are famous for their gross taste af.

  • Aleksandra Dikule
    Aleksandra Dikule 9 bulan yang lalu

    i still dont get why some people say pirogi when only referring to one of them, because pirogi is plural so you dont say that. if it is one, then its pirog.

    • Otto den Haag
      Otto den Haag 9 bulan yang lalu

      Aleksandra Dikule pirogi is simply name for a food . Foreigners don’t have to learn Russian if they simply want to eat some russian food

  • daniel iordanov
    daniel iordanov 9 bulan yang lalu

    As a Russian I am very happy

  • Люблю Азию
    Люблю Азию 9 bulan yang lalu

    Очень хорошее произношение русских названий.

  • Marta K
    Marta K 9 bulan yang lalu +2

    The soup looked more like sour cabbage soup not beetroot soup.

  • vangrails
    vangrails 9 bulan yang lalu

    How on earth can South Korean people enjoy Russian food? The South Koreans add so much chilli pepper, garlic and ginger to their food. I would have thought that Russian food is much to bland for them.

    • Otto den Haag
      Otto den Haag 9 bulan yang lalu

      vangrails most koreans probably hate it . But there always those people in any country that want to try something new

  • Mixman
    Mixman 10 bulan yang lalu

    Well, this video got you +1 Russian/Greek subscriber. Love your style of making videos!

  • Not Normal Memes
    Not Normal Memes 10 bulan yang lalu

    Borch not from Russia, its from Ukraine

  • Laura Nick
    Laura Nick 10 bulan yang lalu

    Its pronounced more like pillimeni but regardless its delicious!! Xx

  • it's dalia bitch דליה שליטה! p; -

    this is so wired to look at your comments to the dishes XD XD XD

  • it's dalia bitch דליה שליטה! p; -

    i am from israel, but my parents from belarussia
    you are not reading the menu right- this is so funny
    and your mommy trying to teach you, but she read it wrong too

  • Manish
    Manish 11 bulan yang lalu

    Samasa = indian samosa
    Stuffer Crepe = indian dosa.

  • fast Ivan 2014
    fast Ivan 2014 11 bulan yang lalu

    О Россия

  • Юлия Волконская
    Юлия Волконская 11 bulan yang lalu +4

    It was pretty much authentic and even the colour of borsch was what we usually get to have when we cook it at home (though it is really true it might differ depending on how you cook it and what you put in it, i personally have tried even a GREEN colour borsch but that's a whole new story) and the other items on the menu did really seem so RUSSIAN, something that i would cook for myself at home if I would crave something traditional and even more usual.
    Also, it was the very first video of yours I have ever watched, just wanted to know what of the Russian food they have in Seoul and I was so surprised of how cute you are (in a good way, not girly cute but just nice-nice-nice hahah) and how delicate your approaching manner is. Thumbsssss upp!!
    Btw, when you've tried to say TRRROIKA as we do it, it ended up sounding absolutely legit hahaha true

  • Lilibeth Castro
    Lilibeth Castro 11 bulan yang lalu

    Miss Mina is the borscht spicy or no

  • Dragonfoxpaige
    Dragonfoxpaige 11 bulan yang lalu

    "looks like it's bleeding" your had to say that and there goes my breakfast .

  • sylvia
    sylvia 11 bulan yang lalu

    Russian crepes with cabbage filling = blinczinki z kapustom Borscht = Barszcz in polish

  • Drarry TJH
    Drarry TJH 11 bulan yang lalu

    I love your videos, i watch them everyday! I get so hungry, all these different foods look delicious! your voice is so calming it's gorgeous 😍😍😍

  • drunk on nomin
    drunk on nomin 11 bulan yang lalu

    Any Russian fans here too? :D

  • Etienne Laurent
    Etienne Laurent 11 bulan yang lalu

    Nice vid! I learned Korean through your videos and will travel in seoul next week! :):D What is the best place to go out ? (To dance and to try nice drinks)

  • andrea
    andrea 11 bulan yang lalu

    troika hier
    troika daar
    moeder is de koffie klaar

  • dipty teronpi
    dipty teronpi 11 bulan yang lalu

    What is the difference between sauce and ketchup????🤔🤔🤔

  • Handmade اشغال يدوية
    Handmade اشغال يدوية 11 bulan yang lalu +1

    Hello my dear sister, can I ask you please about a university in Busan city named kyungsang?

  • Timur Gorlov
    Timur Gorlov 11 bulan yang lalu

    You’re pronouncing the names just as good as a native speaker. The vid is very good too (as always;)! Good job!

  • Leaf The bull!
    Leaf The bull! 11 bulan yang lalu

    I suggest you trying Georgian food in Tbilisi it’s the best!!! And if you go to Georgia try Khinkali! ITS SOOOOO GOOOD!!!

  • Katelyn Plays
    Katelyn Plays 11 bulan yang lalu +2


  • Slashy YT
    Slashy YT 11 bulan yang lalu

    289th! 5 days late... Sorry.

  • olivia94harvest
    olivia94harvest 11 bulan yang lalu

    Hola! Me encantan tus vídeos! Por favor, salúdame a tu hermosa mama. Un abrazo!

  • Ssuper SiSters
    Ssuper SiSters 11 bulan yang lalu

    Its samosa

  • Kembo Cheng
    Kembo Cheng 11 bulan yang lalu

    Hi Mina,
    love ur vids, just one lil comment, you need to either check your settings when you export the vids from fcpx or reformat your machine to refresh its state. Getting a lot of jitter only on your vids 🙁