7AM Routine in Korea | Habits to keep you vitality, health, and mindfulness


7AM Routine in Korea | Habits to keep you vitality, health, and mindfulness

(lively jazz music) ♪ Well I'm happy on my own ♪(curtains opening) ♪ Making coffee just for one ♪(duvet rustling) ♪ And eating breakfast all alone ♪ ♪ Fewer dishes to be done ♪(water running) ♪ I'm never running behind ♪ ♪ You're never on my mind ♪ ♪ No longer there tomake me comb my hair ♪ ♪ Fix my tie, or kiss me goodbye ♪.

♪ I swear I'm happy on my own ♪(coffee maker whirring) ♪ No one to worry where I am ♪ ♪ Or waiting for me to come home ♪ ♪ Staying up till 3 AM ♪ ♪ I'm always out on the town ♪ ♪ You're nowhere to be found ♪ – What's up, everybody? Welcome back. I'm in one of my favorite citiesin the world, Seoul, Korea. Exciting day, I'm gonnabe taking you to a couple.

Of my favorite spots today. Number one, a conveniencestore, number two, a gym, and three, the cafethat I do some work at. It's a beautiful cafe, andit doesn't feel like work because you're in such a cool environment. But anyways, I'll show you that, and then at the very end, I'm gonna be meeting my friend for lunch. By the end of this video, Ihope you'll learn something.

That's the primaryobjective of these vlogs, not just to take my shirt off and to flex. That's a secondary reason. Let's get dressed andlet's get the day started. (tranquil music) (John speaking in Korean) (dog walker speaking in Korean) (John chuckling) – Some of y'all mightbe looking at this vlog.

And being like, “I can't believethis guy went all the way to Korea and is eating chickenfrom convenience store.” Don't knock on it until you try it. It's actually pretty good. You know, right before my workout, I just really wanna get my nutrition. (electric guitar) ♪ Yeah, I'll light that for you ♪ ♪ Ay ♪.

♪ Got a super bad b ♪ ♪ Feel like Jonah Hill ♪ ♪ Look at how she walk ♪ ♪ Yeah, you know it's real ♪ ♪ No question ♪ ♪ If she like attention ♪ ♪ I gotta give it to her ♪ ♪ Yeah, you know the deal ♪ ♪ I'm a boss, I swipe that for you ♪.

♪ Girl, you look good,you're top 10, amazing ♪ ♪ Spark a new flame,I'll light that for you ♪ ♪ Yeah, tell me what you want ♪ ♪ I like that too, baby ♪ ♪ Treat my h like theplugins on this dang song ♪ – Nothing better. I'm breaking a sweat in the morning. In a little bit, I'm gonnabe heading over to see Jason. See you there in a bit.

♪ Basketball, baby, you can have it all ♪ ♪ Only title that I give you isthis wave that I'm on, yeah ♪ ♪ Saying that she love me ♪ ♪ So I'm playing along ♪ ♪ Look in her directionnow she taking it off ♪ ♪ And I can't stop thinkingabout your curves ♪ ♪ Teach you about the bees and the birds ♪ – In the next 60 seconds, I'll explain to you whyyou should be using a VPN.

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And use my promo code for an exclusive promo with Surfshark. Thanks for watching. Now back to the show. – This is the cafe. It's gigantic. Let me show you. There's, I believe, threelevels, maybe even four. Do you see that? ♪ Something in my heart ♪ – I love working outside of my house,.

Especially if I'm traveling. One of my favorite thingsto do when I'm here is to sit in a cafe andjust crank out some work. I think it's also becauseI feed off of being around people, even ifI'm not talking to them. I just love being around people. I enjoy not chaoticplaces like Times Square where you just can't focus but I like the chitter chatter.

And sort of a buzz going around me. (hello there) (John chuckling) Welcome back. Jason.- What's good? – I'm from New York. You may remember me from J Bro. – I am the JBro. – Aha, you're the JBro.

– I'm back, back again. – You're looking younger. – Oh, thanks.- Yeah, yeah. – Yeah, it's Korean K-Beauty. – It's a joke, it was a joke. – Oh.(all laughing) – Oh, you're making me spin. – Wait, what? Ta da!.

– I'm proud of you.(hands clapping) – Thank you, everybody. (John speaking in Korean) – We should go. We should go. (John speaking in Korean) – I know. What do you think? (Addlyn laughing) – I cannot eat tanghulu oncamera on a dental channel. – Why?.

– Hypocrite. – And then you'regonna quit your job. – Don't follow my example here. I'm only doing it to show you what it is so that youdon't have to eat it. (Addlyn laughing) – No, no, no. You have to. It's so good. (machine beeping).

– Let's do it. (food crunching) It's pretty good. It's pretty freaking good. (Addlyn laughing) Whoa, this smells so good. – Yeah, right? I'm so hungry. – Wow, wow, wow. Let's do it. – What's been the most fun thing.

Being a musician in Seoul or Korea? Hanging out with idols? – Oh. Wait, wait. Let's talk about that.

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