VINA: Okay guys we’re finally going to do the long-awaited apartment tour!! MARKO: Oh a camera! What a coincidence! MARKO: Luckily I always have my hair done by a make-up artist every day when I am home. MARKO: Welcome to my crib! VINA: Your fans want to see your apartment so I decided to stop by. VINA: Even though I live here…
MARKO: I think it’s fine I always look like this VINA: Thank God MARKO: Welcome to my apartment! Finally the apartment tour! MARKO: Yeah, so let’s get it started! MARKO: I don’t know how it works I’ve never watched an apartment tour so I guess I’ll just show you this. MARKO: This is.. What is this, Vina? VINA: It’s the shoe… closet? MARKO: No I don’t think so because there is an umbrella VINA: It’s just a closet by your door. MARKO: And you can put everything you want (inside). So there are shoes…and high heels. MARKO: You don’t want to know why I have high heels… MARKO: Shoes, more shoes, yeah, more shoes. MARKO: Oh this room is actually my roommate’s room. I’m not suppose to show you guys this room MARKO: so hopefully he will never see this video. VINA: OKAY BYE MARKO: Follow me MARKO: This is the laundry room I guess
VINA: It’s hidden nicely MARKO: There’s stuff (laundry) inside…
There’s a washing machine inside and you know how it looks in there, right? MARKO: Let’s keep going MARKO: Here it is! My living room! And my kitchen MARKO: It’s very spacious, it’s very
large. I like it. MARKO: There’s not too much to show.
VINA: Nothing much hey… MARKO: There’s a lot of tea and stuff because I love to have tea before I sleep MARKO: Bonomelli: Le Tisane “Depurativa” MARKO: What’s here? A lot of mugs because I drink tea and coffee like a maniac. MARKO: A coffee machine here. IN KOREA a freaking coffee is 4000 won! MARKO: How about that four dollars for an Americano. And I drink three or four a day. MARKO: What about I don’t spend twenty dollars a day for coffee. MARKO: Oh! And then I make my cappuccino everyday. MARKO: How does it work?
VINA: Can you show us an example? MARKO: Pour milk and then you heat it. Done yet. Then use this machine and shake it like there’s no tomorrow. MARKO: It foams and then you’re like a barista. And then you pour it in your coffee. VINA: Amazing. This is where we eat all the time together and sometimes we edit videos here. VINA: We’ve been doing that. Marko’s favorite spot is the couch actually. MARKO: This apartment is called “Apartel” MARKO: If you don’t know what an apartel is… Google it because I don’t know what it is either. MARKO: But I think it’s because there’s no balcony. VINA: So if you sign up for a three-year
contract for your internet you get a free TV! MARKO: 40 inches, can we talk about that. I love you Korea. MARKO: Air con. Summer is coming so it’s always pretty useful. MARKO: It’s a great apartment and I like it but the fact that it doesn’t have balconies and stuff I feel like it’s (frustrating). MARKO: It’s a Korean word, how can you translate it? VINA: Frustrated, but it’s more like the feeling inside like… ahhh (?) VINA: Exactly “ahhh” MARKO: Oh ok. What about you continue this tour. Oh! Mosquitoes! VINA: Yeah we didn’t think it actually worked, VINA: but as you can see there are few dead mosquitoes that we should probably clean up. MARKO: Oh yeah we should, but we didn’t, ooops. VINA: It’s not like you knew we were coming today or anything. MARKO: Oh I like my sofa and candles. Ikea, ikea, ikea, ikea… G Market, the sofa is from G Market VINA: This is… *oh the garbage*
MARKO: The garbage! VINA: This is for when someone rings the door bell. VINA: I still don’t really know how to use it. You have to press these until it works. That’s all I know. MARKO: Yeah, you just keep pressing it.. that’s how it works. Duh. VINA: So I guess, now it’s my room! VINA: It’s super plain and boring right now ’cause I’ve only been here for a week. VINA: I have a super big wardrobe so I’m happy about that. I’m not going to show you inside. MARKO: Why not, Vina? Show us a little.. like a sneak peak. VINA: You know what, I don’t have hangers for anything. VINA: I got this from Daiso.. everyone knows Daiso. It’s like the Korean dollar store.. but everything is not a dollar. MARKO: Vina.. you feel lonely sometimes, right? VINA: You know what, I do, but that thing just scares me. Literally, I haven’t touched it since I’ve been here. VINA: I just sleep on the other side of the bed. MARKO: He really looks like a perv, though.
VINA: He does. VINA: I’m wondering why Marko put that… Is there a camera in there?! VINA: So we are on the tenth floor. Something I noticed right away when I came in here was the descending life line. VINA: Not 100% sure how to use it. I’m really hoping I never have to find out how to use it. MARKO: And there’s a little garden over there. MARKO: Oh, sometimes during the summer there’s this guy, there’s this Korean guy who likes to go tanning there. MARKO: And he’s super naked.
VINA: Is he hot? MARKO: He’s not hot but he has a nice ass, like a Beyonce kind of ass, but he’s a guy. VINA: Oh… damn. VINA: I will show you the bathroom I share with the other roommate. VINA: Basic, I guess. MARKO: At least you have a separate shower. MARKO: Mine is Korean style.
VINA: That’s so sad. MARKO: You can pee, you can poo, you can shower. What else do you need? MARKO: Oh! Explain this cool thing! Like, there’s no windows but there’s a fan inside that does something VINA: …yeah, it just kind of circulates (the air) but it’s really weak so I’m not sure if it does it’s job. MARKO: Is this a Korean thing? Because I don’t think we have this in Italy. MARKO: I don’t know. Guys let me know. VINA: I’m gonna let you know right now that at least in Canada we have those. VINA: And they are a lot stronger MARKO: Oh, I’m sorry. I’m a countryside boy so we have windows… MARKO: Welcome to the main room.. My room. MARKO: Yeah first we have my pictures here. MARKO: We have my pictures here I was really young here VINA: Baby Marco!
MARKO: Baby Mafia MARKO: And here I have a picture with my sister when I was little. I miss you Serena, my sister’s name is Serena VINA: Yeah, I got that… MARKO: And here I was dancing MARKO: I was like five years old and I was
already dancing MARKO: Here, what do we have OH one piece! MARKO: Ok I bought this because I’m like oh looks easy to do but no guys, it’s not easy. MARKO: I did this in a month. VINA: And it just stayed in the box. MARKO: Oh Korean books. That’s how I learned Korean those are books from SoGang university MARKO: Level 3 and 4 MARKO: My only game for 3DS. Super Smash Bros! VINA: Haha “braws” MARKO: *spazzing out*
I’m freaking Italian, I know how to pronounce it okay. VINA: Okay fine. MARKO: Here is where all the magic happens. VINA: Amazing!
MARKO: No Vina, here you idiot! MARKO: The … how do you say that?
VINA: Make up table. That easy. MARKO: Oh sorry.
VINA: It’s okay. MARKO: As you can see I have a lot of skincare and make up (products). MARKO: I’m loving these two. I just bought them, from Hanyul. MARKO: If you have sensitive skin these are really good. Toner and Lotion. MARKO: Hanyul, if you want to pay me for this, you can. MARKO: Winter clothing
VINA: And blankets MARKO: I have a lot of wardrobes, and bags. MARKO: And I have my bathroom inside my room. But I don’t have a separate shower, it’s so Korean style. MARKO: Oh my bed! MARKO: With unicorns! It’s so fluffy I’m gonna die! VINA: Are those not horses?.. No they’re unicorns I can see it. MARKO: And I told you guys I could buy everything from the Line store MARKO: Yeah I love those… MARKO: I have three here VINA: Garbage can (in case someone doesn’t know) MARKO: And this (hairband) is for when I do make-up. MARKO: This is my sleeping kit. I have to use a sleeping mask. MARKO: And ear plugs. You know in Korea, they don’t use ear plugs. No one knows what it is. MARKO: I had to order it from America MARKO: Of course my glasses and I have my Macbook and my iPad. VINA: Not a paid sponsor. MARKO: Not a paid sponsor but seriously, Apple, if you want to… MARKO: For formal occasions I just have two (suits) MARKO: So you will see me wearing either this, or this all the time. MARKO: I don’t need to show you my underwear, right? MARKO: And my 3DS I wanted to show you! MARKO: This is really cute! It’s like the Super Mario limited edition. I love this. MARKO: I have an insanely huge amount of swimming suits because I never go to the beach MARKO: and every time I go back to Italy I’m like “I think I don’t have a swimming suit” MARKO: and I keep bringing swimming suits from Italy and now I have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. VINA: I think we should make it a point to
maybe go a few times (to the beach) this summer. MARKO: Yeah right, what about that! So probably next giveaway I will … MARKO: So that was my home tour! I hope you guys enjoyed it. I really like this apartment. MARKO: It’s a really nice one. I used to live in this super small one-room. MARKO: Don’t forget you can follow me on Instagram, and Facebook, and please subscribe! MARKO: Don’t forget the giveaway is still going on until June 6th and I will see you in the next video! MARKO: Pizza, Carbonara, Ciao!