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What It’s Like Being Korean in Egypt

What It’s Like Being Korean in Egypt

Egypt attracts visitors from across the globe. It is therefore no surprise that videos of various travelers and their experiences in Egypt have recently gone viral. From an Australian couple who filmed a ‘Walk Like an Egyptian’ video across the country to a French-American couple who showed the world how to spend just 48 hours in Egypt, these videos have captured the attention of both Egyptians and foreigners alike.

The latest of such viral videos shows what it is like being Korean in Egypt. The video, posted on both Facebook and Youtube by ‘The Daily Oppa’, has been viewed almost one million times and shared by thousands on Facebook.

According to The Daily Oppa, the video highlights some of the video blogger experiences in Egypt and what makes the place as special as it is.

The video takes viewers through the daily experiences of the video blogger and shows them why he loves being in Egypt.

“I love being here. There’s a sort of magic and mystery to it all. It’s in the dirt, the places, the people. What you might find is an ancient beauty calling you to return. Which is probably why I’m back,” says The Daily Oppa.

“Because once you’ve tasted Egypt, Egypt is in your heart forever.”

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