Recently, Conan O’Brien was invited to visit South Korea. The late night talk show host took his production and camera crew and truly made an event out of it. We get to see the Asian country’s admiration for Conan, he gets to partake in a couple of Korean television shows (soap opera and talk show), and spends time with The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun as his guide. Here’s a look at some of the Korean culture and the always funny adventures from Team Coco:
Conan’s Rock Star Reception in Korea
Thanks to fan Sunny Lee & a box of snacks, Conan takes his show to Korea and gets mobbed at the Seoul airport.
Conan & Steven Yeun Enjoy A Traditional Korean Meal
After winning a Brownie stuffed animal for a young friend, Steven & Conan dine on a traditional Korean meal of…um, rice? Maybe fish cakes or something?
Conan & Steven Yeun Visit A Buddhist Temple
Conan is looking to attain perfect enlightenment at the Bokwangsa Buddhist Temple but the noise from the wind chimes & the monk’s cell phone make it kinda hard.
Conan Checks Out A PC Bang
Conan plays “StarCraft” & “Sudden Attack” at a Seoul gaming café and samples some of Korea’s finest squid and silkworm snacks.
Conan Becomes A Tae Kwon Do Master
Thanks to Master Sung & the other students at Kukkiwon Tae Kwon Do Headquarters, Conan is ready to take on his most fearsome nemesis: Jordan Schlansky.
Conan Visits Noryangjin Fish Market
Conan & his Korean teacher Jin Shil drop into Seoul’s famous seafood bazaar and come away with a new friend, Samuel The Octopus.
Conan Guest Stars In A Korean Soap Opera
Conan makes a cameo on “One More Happy Ending” but absolutely butchers his lines to co-star Jang Na-ra.
Conan Learns Korean And Makes It Weird
Conan’s suffering Korean instructor Jin Shil tries her best to teach him her language, but Conan is too pervy to learn properly.
Conan Stars In North Korea’s First Late Night Talk Show
Live from the DMZ, Conan welcomes Steven Yeun. Plus, a special appearance by Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un and a guard wearing sunglasses indoors.