Battle Trip | 배틀트립 – Ep.11: Nagasaki 3 Go Tour [ENG/2016.08.07]

Battle Trip | 배틀트립 – Ep.11: Nagasaki 3 Go Tour [ENG/2016.08.07]

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    peko

    Wow, those two actresses are 31 years old? They can pass for early 20's. Nagasaki is a beautiful city with good food and sights to visit. Easy to get around with the trams. It has one of the most beautiful night scenery in Japan from Mt. Inasa. Champon noodles with gyozas is a must eat in Chinatown plus the castella.

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    chocola4llusion

    What's happening? So few viewers and comments :/ I know one guest from happy together 🙂 thanks for subbing ! ^.^

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    T.H Binh Pham

    As someone who's living in Netherlands at the moment, I must say the amusement park's scenery, architecture are indeed so dutch.

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    Jasmine Kang

    last month was my grandpa's 환갑, which means he turned 70? in Korea and because I'm living in another country my parents want to celebrate this in winter perhaps in Japan or China but this is just so hard to choose by watching both videos(nagasaki & shanghai)…..

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    moon

    wowww…. I've always wanted to travel to Japan in the near future because of my love for Noodles, although the places in this video seems fun, I don't have any sisters so I'd really love it if you can recommend some other nice places that I can enjoy with my mom. I can definitely enjoy all the places in this video with my best friends 😍😍😍 waaaaa… I really want to go 😭

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    Satopi3104

    Just a tip regarding the scene at 25:35: I don't know if it's common to bring food in from other stores to cafes in Korea, but that is a big no no in Japan and… well, most other places. It's weird because I have definitely seen people ask rather sheepily in Korea whether it's okay if they eat something brought in from outside or home when they've ordered much more food at that restaurant than just a cup of coffee, so I would have thought that was common sense in Korea too… Not sure if these ladies thought everything was okay just because they were tourists or celebrities, and frankly, Japanese proprietors might not say anything to foreigners because of the language barrier, but frankly, it's really rude and might result in friction if just normal tourists try it, so just don't do it.

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    hoangkimtran

    51:30 She bows for the incoming guess even from a distance away. That's what I love about Japanese people. They're so respectful.

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    yoddalgi • wannaone

    Now I really feel like going to Nagasaki because of that amusement park. Like they said, visiting 2 countries at one

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    bangbangtangahwei

    that amusement park seems to got little crowds. i's rather fo there than disneyland tokyo which is crowded.

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    Isamu Nishiyama

    にほんにきてくれて…ありがとう💕
    さらんへよぉー…びーるください( ^ω^)・・・

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    Realz19

    I want to go there… specially to Huis Ten Bosch! I've been wanted to go there since ZE:A promoted it few years ago TvT

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