TL;DR – Health Care in Korea

TL;DR – Health Care in Korea


[S]This week’s TL;DR concerns Martina who wants to talk about being sick in Korea, because guess who’s sick in Korea right now? Somebody feels very poopy Martina has a very very bad cold. So we’re at home today We’re filming our TL;DR here and we’re going to tell you about healthcare [M]Stop Yelling at me [S]We’re gonna talk about health care and other things you need to know about health in Korea [M]이것아파. [S]이것아파 this hurts 아파 is the key word you can get to know [M]목 살 [S]목 살is what we eat at the grilling restaurant [M]목아파 콩몰 마니 아파 아파~ [S] Martina’s a really big sissy today and the thing is I’m getting sick right now Also [I] feel my eyes burning and my throat’s starting to swell but I’ve got the attitude of like welp I’m getting in sick anyway and sometimes. I’ll just enjoy my free time while I still have it [M]okay So being sick in Korea can kinda suck because anything that you’re used to [S]*coughs*Keep going that’s the whole point we’re supposed to cough (inaudible) [M]anything that you’re used to from your home That’s comforting like chicken noodle soup or like maybe your mom cooking something for you You’re not going to find that here, so I’m actually in the background. I’m actually making juke [S]Which is supposedly a health food of choice whenever you have a cold juke is pretty much like really really boiled down rice into like A soup, it’s like chicken, it’s like chicken noodle soup. It’s like chicken rice soup [M]Well, if that’s what you want to make it as but it’s also for babies For babies old people and sickness [S]Guess who is a sick old baby right now, right here? [M]I’m making myself chicken juke okay anyway, so let’s say we want to talk about something [like] health care. [S]Oh boy. That’s exciting [M]Hey, if you come to move to korea, you’re gonna live here, and you actually have an employer [who] is paying for Health care It’s usually 50% coverage or a little bit more but it’s not like Canada. Where blessed, awesome, Canada Yes, where health care for everyone. So when we were teaching we had we used the hospital several times I say hospital and not doctor’s office because most foreigners that are living here Don’t go through the effort of getting like a personal doctor So we usually check into hospitals when we’re sick [and] it’s not like you you’re not going to wait in [a] hospital for hours as a hospital means. You’re probably Guaranteed an English speaker at the front desk who could help you then from there It gets really confusing so thank God for having that person around they’ll take you from like corner to corner to place to place [all] [S]The hospital waiting room and then like the doctor comes in it’s like there are a whole bunch of different wings And they’ll just like allocate you to a wing like this is the throat wing now the thing [is] when you go to a hospital Not everything is going to be paid for for you So if you will even though you have health coverage you’re gonna have to pay a little bit afterwards But it’s not a lot of money’s now a few years ago I had this incredible pain in my groin when I try to stand up I couldn’t like be more than like this many degrees if I tried to stand up straight I felt a lot of pain in my Groin so I went to the hospital for [it] and then they’re like hmm looks like you have Kidney stones So they did an ultrasound of like oh
You don’t have Kidney stones Turns out that your appendix is about to explode and you can die in half an hour if you don’t go into surgery right away [so] I’m like holy shit I’m gonna die so I called Martina right away like you have to leave your school right now And come to the hospital because I might die this might be the last time that we ever speak so she came to the hospital And then they did a test me a giant Ct Scan like they put dye in my blood and it was a really fancy pants machine and then the test turned out that I’m totally fine I just have a pulled groin so they gave me a slap in the ass and they send me home all these tests You know I like how they start with like the worst Diagnosis and they work their way down like all these tests and all the medicine that they want to give me afterwards only [cost] [me] like 120 bucks [M][so] even if people don’t have health care which we’ve had happened before um like friends or family [that] visit bucks 200 bucks like for something big like using a machine like an MRIs or like having your Ankle casted because I didn’t have health coverage at that time right all that can cost you under a hundred dollars. That’s pretty good So even though Korea has a lot of technology when it comes to the medical industry. It’s not very expensive for you to use Yeah now if you’re staying at the hospital [altogether] There’s like all these Fancy-Pants rooms that you can rent which you’ve probably seen from Korean dramas because I remember people asking us before for TL;DRS Are all Korean hospitals decked out with like TVs and like all these crazy things in the rooms. [S]No. No those are the swanky hospital thing [M] The private ones
[S]you go to if you’re like samsung or LG or ballin’ in some way But we unfortunately are not so balling so we cannot tell you what those experiences are like [M]Although The University Hospital in Bucheon we kept wondering why everyone was so hot [S]Right [M]all the workers [S]It looked like it was a set of like a drop off No are there cameras here like it every one of doctors waiver their hair looking long hair [m]and then we found out later on university hospital so people are training [S] So it’s all young, attractive people [M]which sucks cuz when you break your ankle and you go somewhere you’ve got like hairy, dirty, shaved legs and the doctors like Hi, can I help you? I’m like I don’t want you, I WANT THE (inaudible) [S]now it’s really cool about the medicine that you get is that you don’t get like a bottle of all the medicine They pretty much give you like little Baggies with your serving that you supposed to take so if you’re supposed to have medicine with your meal They’ll give you a little package of the medicine that you’re supposed to take at that meal with [M] so you get this like strip there like a You know looks like oh, condoms, [S]it looks like a condom package that a whole strip of like little like square[pre-packaged] But they’re all filled with lots of medicine in them [M]Yeah, and the only thing that concerns us is that the first time you get medicine here take these? It’s like 20,000 [S]And every package has like seven thing seven different pills in them And it turns out when you ask them what it is They’ll give you really strong medicine And they will also give you medicine to prevent the nausea that you will get from that strong medicine [M]Yeah, so honestly It’s really hard for us to take medicine in Korea because even though the pharmacist speaks English or doctor speaks English No one really breaks down all the pills you’re taking I want to know what I put into yeah So we don’t really Take a lot [of] medicine to begin with so to get a package of like nine things feels really uncomfortable to me So we usually just don’t end up taking anything, so when we go back [home] to Canada We tried to stock up on some of our favorite things like a cough syrup [S]Or for example like if you use Buckley’s or if you use like rollbacks or something along those lines You’re not going to find that in Korea So what I recommend [that] you do is instead of trying to get that specific name-brand look at the medical ingredients on the back So for example if you get like sudafed all the time for like sinus infections the actual ingredient is pseudoephedrine So make sure you remember that because when you bring that to Korea. You could ask the pharmacist for pseudoephedrine They won’t have it as sudafed as a brand that you know [M]and they’ll give you the Korean version of it which It’s very cheap. It’s usually like every box of medication usually costs us between [$2] to [$6] I’ve never spent like 20 bucks on medicine at all everything is like so small and so cheap now one thing that you might have to watch out for depending on if you grow up with her or not is that despite Korea having like super great technology in the hospitals and like having medicine that works then we try to sneak in [some] natural Herbal medicine and the medicine Manner [she] [machinery] of all the medicine I’ve had only one has ever worked nicely for me the rest of them made me really sick and maybe [S]If you ever complain about having stomach pain you go to a pharmacy there even [a] bottle bottle of like Liquid [Earth] Herbal poison vomit-inducing nastiness maybe [asian] people are okay [with] it whenever I tried it it was like woah. [yeah] [I] get it really bad [M]Do you remember when I took that weird package and rip it off, and you just take down this package it felt like it was filled with little grains and then later on I threw it off and [S]Because the little grains [M]Expands[S] into jelly, so when you throw up you’re throwing up delicious jelly instead. [M] OK I wouldn’t say they were delicious. I just threw up a stream of soft bubble tea I was just like [S]and you know what they also have medicine that makes you throw up rainbows when you’re happy, [okay]? [M]But I don’t think that medicine was supposed to make me throw up is the point the point is that it was Evil medicine? [S]Anyhow, we’re gonna tell you some more stories about this on our blog So make sure you click on and like you to check it out And if you want to leave any sympathy comments for Martina the big sissy baby or for me because I’m going to be a sissy Baby in a few days when I get Martina’s cold. [M] But You’re gonna get the second straight. It won’t be as bad [S]So that’s it for this week’s TL;DR if you have a question for next Tl;DR. Leave your question in the comment section below it’s your line, [M]or Check out the questions already asked and you can thumb them up To bring them to our attention [S]and don’t forget to [subscribe] for more TL;DRs Where Martina is going to be a whiny sissy baby, and we’re gonna snuggle on our couches with coffees and blankets? yesterday Martina was like hey My nose is breathing really hot air you want to feel it and she brought my arm up to her and then she started breathing On it and then she snot it all over my arm. [M]It was an accident [S]You want to feel my hot air in my hot snotty boogies? That’s what marriage does to you six years of marriage Snot on the arms. [M]It was an accident

Daniel Yohans

100 thoughts on “TL;DR – Health Care in Korea

  1. NutriFIT nutritie si fitnes says:

    apa in romanian means water

  2. NutriFIT nutritie si fitnes says:

    coming from someone with medicine training its a"great" thing to see people who do not have the training distrusting the ones who have and trusting a fing pharmacist or a commercial for some pills

  3. Michelle Guajardo says:

    I feel you Simon they once told me I might bleeding from the brain it turns out it was just I coughed so much I got sinus infection

  4. maddie pelletier says:

    could you talk about oral care in korea for a tl;dr?

  5. Jay says:

    Just 2 nights at the hospital after giving birth in the US was $2K for a friend of mine 😒

  6. Nathalie Bjerking Reiman says:

    200$ ??? Thats so expensive, a regular hospital visit here in Sweden usually costs around 40 dollars, and I thought that was expensive?? :')

  7. Haidar Mashlab says:

    I can't stand how cute spudgy is 🐾❤️

  8. thedaemonicblackcat says:

    Can you guys do a TL:DR on dental care? I'm considering moving to Korea.

  9. Heidi Hudgins says:

    Hahaha it sounds like poor Martina is saying "chicken dook"!

  10. 땡이샤랑 says:

    I was brought to yonsei hospital emergency cause my lower torso ws hurting so bad i couldnt even speak. They gave me x rays and crap then they said i might have kidney stone so they gave me medicine to take every meal which was 3 pills and my bill came down to 500$

  11. Hazelcrisp says:

    Uk has free healthcare

  12. Meowrss says:

    But what if you have a disease and move to Korea? What do you do then? Like I have Epilepsy and I plan to move to Korea soon, and I have no idea where to even begin to go about getting my medication and whatnot.

  13. becca moses says:

    I have ADHD that I medicate, so I'm scared for my future if I don't get a job with health benefits. At the moment I'm still basically a child, and my dads work covers it, but my future… Ehh. Luckily, I don't use adderall or Ritalin, which are overly expensive because of how many people use them illegally. Those have side effects that makes me punch people in the face.

  14. Ella says:

    Simon, Martina and Spudgy: Illness in Koreaaaaaaa blows noses
    Meemers: YAY KITCHEN COUNTER- OH GOD THEY'VE SEEN ME- Pyong!!!

  15. BenjaminFranklin99 says:

    I'm sure you're well by now. I really like your videos, guys, even though I'm an American and we don't really notice Canadians or Canada. Really, it's as though Canada had invented invisibility AND inaudibility. Aboot, hockey, putain…..ZZZ – Americans fall asleep. People from Washington state, like me, also have a touch of that ability….we put people from the East Coast into a dazed, drowsy state, and they can't remember what happened before they fell asleep. Plaid flannels….husky dogs….fir trees…polartec vests…….public initiatives……zzzzzzzzzzzzzz…..

  16. Tate Burchfield says:

    I want a llama.

  17. Samantha Wooding says:

    a cat jumped on the counter.. 7:42

  18. lindip0p says:

    What is that polka dot bear called!? I have one and want more but can't find what their brand name is to search for it!

  19. forest witch ddaeng says:

    I have anxiety and depression and can't afford therapy or medication for it lol FUCK the U.S.

  20. Orange-teeth says:

    Am i the only person who kept staring at the coffee waiting for it to spill?

  21. Ash says:

    I went to the Samsung hospital a few times. That place is huge! I got lost and it reminded me of an airport. I'd much prefer something a bit less sprawled.

  22. VT Red says:

    i Love how the cat disappeared.

  23. Astro Panda says:

    Dental is always a money murderer ._.

  24. wmwvic says:

    Martina said, "Blessed Canada where health care for everyone" but, you guys will be shocked how immigrants feel about health care system in Canada. I know, compared to the states, it would be more affordable and equal for every individual whether they are rich or not. I do respect that. I do think it's fair for you guys think that way as a visitor in a different country. For foreigners, it can be a little hard because you need to tell the doctor everything you want or need or something you don't want. However, what you experienced and saw are not all aspect of Korean system or Japanese system. Since you are going to move to Japan, if you ask Japanese people or Korean people who lived in Canada about what they really think about each country's system, you will understand what I mean. If you go dentist or pharmacy, that will be covered by the basic Health Care in Korea, but in Canada you have to get pharma care and dental separately as you know.
    I know how Canadian also think about the system in the States. But, there is each reason why American resident or Korean or Japanese in Canada go visit all the way to their country for the surgery or treatment when it is not minor. I don't think it's fair for you guys to think that the system in the states or Korea or Japan is not as good as the one in Canada. There are different aspects you have to consider.
    That's my humble opinion:) and Thank you for the great videos about Korea and I am looking forward to see videos of Japan. I found out your videos are so entertaining, objective and not premature. I just say these health care system things once for all because I don't want to give a wrong negative sense for visitors to Korea and for Koreans who never lived in other countries. I also hope Martina get better soon. You guys are the cutest couple ever:)

  25. Falafel says:

    7:00–7:23 I think Martina ate silica gel…? The stuff they use in cat sand and shoe boxes. And it says ''DO NOT EAT'' on the bag :p

  26. bored_and_tired says:

    7:44 Oh no! The cat teleported! 🙂

  27. DKRDESIU says:

    The thing about healthcare in Canada is that people die waiting because you never get to see the doctor. Also, you pay so much in tax that you end up paying more than in a private system because you're paying for other people through taxes.

  28. Olive says:

    Omg health care in the USA suck!!!! I had an dye contrast MRI done with can cost $5,000 to $10,000. And Obama Care suck!!!!

  29. Daphne R says:

    WHAT song is Martina sing at 0:38 appa appa~??

  30. Death Of Eden says:

    You can't even get Buckleys in the US anymore. SMH!

  31. vagurl84 says:

    That medication situation is crazy. If you take everything and have an allergic reaction, you won't know what to.

  32. Superkoopatrooper says:

    In the USA, 200$ gets you a band-aid. Anything more than that builds up past a few thousand dollars real quick.

  33. AllAboutFishies Sweets says:

    Missing spudgy and meems!! Hope they can be with you soon

  34. Shiny says:

    Herbal medicine makes me sick too. I'm Korean and when we were over there, my grandpa's friend got us some special Chinese herbal medicine which was apparently really expensive and good for you…yeah, I nearly threw it up. Evil pellets.

  35. Funny Calico Cat says:

    Maybe herbal medicine is meant to cause vomiting or diarrhea in order to "clean up" for the sickness to go? I read a lot about traditional medicine and all of them Ayurveda, Chinese, Korean Sasang and Arabic Unani are based around same principles. One of the main principles is to purge excess humors and re-balance the body.

  36. Katlynn says:

    Fuckin America man. They're all types of fucked up and drain literally EVERYONE of their money. It's so annoying really lol. It's got my family being too afraid to go to the doctor for anything.

  37. bygocris says:

    In Romania if you are sick and you have to go to hospital for a health check, you have to go there at 6-8 in the morning to be able to get inside at 12-1 o'clock. And while waiting, other's go inside as they want. Or! If you have to go to hospital first you have to check if you know some nurse or doctor in there and ask them to put you in faster. And everything is so expensive! So many people and kids die in hospitals because doctors and nurses don't pay attention and don't care about you. Only if you put some extra money in their pockets and after checking the value of the bribe, you will get their attention more or less(according the bribe value) . Often when leaving the hospital you are sicker than when you went to the hospital.

  38. miso soup says:

    Is 'juk' similar to congee? it sounds like the same thing

  39. Gabriela Widjaja says:

    is it just me or in the last minute..the cat(i dont know how to type his name)jump to the counter and then gone 😂

  40. Daisy Cloud says:

    your lil cat was bout to jump on the counter..he is so cute.. bad kitty lol

  41. inchunschannel says:

    I live in NY. I went to a federal hospital to get my knee checked. Got an X-ray, and a shot from the doctor. Went to the finance office, and I was charged roughly $2,500…………………………….. WTF? Thankfully, I was able to file for low income and the bill was reduced to $15. Yeah, our middle class gets completely fucked in the ass no matter what… Most people prefer to be in the lower class than middle class. Sad situation over here. And don't even get me started on Obama care. Health care is fucking joke in the US.

  42. Weltgebrumm says:

    I'm quite late on this one but whenever I see videos like this one I'm very glad I live in Germany.

    I recently damaged my knee. Multiple X-rays had to be taken, I visited 3 specialists and my regular doctor. I got leg braces, motion devices, rehabilitation and medication.
    Altogether it did

  43. Diyes_Celine says:

    When we went to Korea, my friend had severe allergy that her eyes were swelling. She only prepared 2 tablets for medication. 1) it took a while before worked 2) after a few hours her eyes swelled again. We tried our hardest to explain to a pharmacist her problem. The pharmacist gave an eyedrop that we can't understand but her allergies were so bad we had no choice. My friend was in total pain (she was shouting) when she used the medicine but after a minute the swelling subsided completely. It was scary how effective that medicine was.

  44. mouseroad says:

    …a time traveling ghost cat at the end of the video lol.

  45. Nicole says:

    In Thailand we have the same rice soup, but it's just plain, and we eat it with pickled cabbage. It's really good though, so I don't mind getting sick for it lol

  46. Kaylee's Nerd says:

    How would Korean people react to people with oxygen tanks and nasal cannulas?

  47. BigDoobies says:

    Spudgy Is so cute in this thumbnail

  48. Sidney Raeanne says:

    i watch this anytime i get sick

  49. Parker Kim says:

    6:55 "maybe Asian people are ok with it" shakes head aggressively (I've now learned to deal with stomach pains on my own bc my mom will just give me that medicine to relieve it all)

  50. kasa says:

    I think I took some medicine for headache couple ears ago 😀 I don't usually drink coffee unless I'm really tired,but I find coffee + shower works for it it every time.

  51. KettiexD says:

    This is the very first video of theirs that I watched 🙂

  52. KettiexD says:

    AMERICAN FRIENDS. MEDICAL TOURISM IS A THING.

  53. JY Jang says:

    I'm a Korean and I have Rheumatoid arthritis from 3yrs ago i regularly visit doctor every 3months and get medicine. On my biannual company health check, i found i have higher RA factor than normal and so i was scrared, went to a big hospital and checked many things, multiple tests costed about 500$ but company insurance paid it, and to get medical treatment, our national health insurance pays 90% so i pay about 15$ every 3months. ah medicines are about 20$ for 90days.

  54. JY Jang says:

    i go to Koryo(Korea) univ hospital in Guro, Seoul, and yes they also have TV and pharmacies around there, they usually gives you a description of each medicine with A4 papers. there are so many pharmachies, all very busy, i guess their competition is higher tha Bucheon.

  55. Kayla Davenport says:

    Martina!! Where did you find this jacket? I have scoured the earth and yet… empty handed. I MUST HAVE IT PLEASE HELP.

  56. Isaac Kho says:

    Slap on the ass, HAHAHAHAH

  57. Melanie Padua Soto says:

    Spudgy in the thumbnail is everything!

  58. ccross04 says:

    I keep staring at the coffee like "NO! YOU'RE GOING TO SPILL IT ON THE PIG!! STAHP TIPPING IT! "

  59. Professor Rosenstock says:

    I like how medicine is set up in Korea. I am always scared of taking the wrong amount of pills.

  60. StarLightGurl16 says:

    what is TL:DR???

  61. josephine clark says:

    It is literally cheaper to board a trip to Korea and get taken care of there than to have an MRI and cat scan and surgery.

  62. gabrielle andrews says:

    buckley's can cure cancer, you dont need anything else!

  63. Jenna A says:

    In the UK health care is free

  64. spzimefrk16 says:

    Wish I had rewatched this before going to the hospital today…lol also, it was a university hospital too and me, being young, was all like awww yaaas haha good looking doctors! …but then my doctor could have been my grandpa's age of course haha but he was nice and his English was understandable and I had another younger doctor there to help translate it too (also his phone background was a corgi- I approve lol)

  65. Jazmin Paeste says:

    I love Juke❤ *not sure if I spelled that right😐

  66. Urge says:

    good post!

  67. shiusa says:

    In america you would've had to drop at least 15k for all those machines

  68. Adriana M RM says:

    <3 <3 <3

  69. AllforCJW says:

    Medical care in the U.S is outrageously expensive. I went to urgent care to remove a bad splinter, it cost me $500! It is considered a medical procedure just because the doctor used a small twizzer.

  70. Amelia B says:

    Last year I had a pain in my abdomen that was awful for about 3 days; it progressively got worse and once I decided it was serious enough to get medical attention, I went to urgent care first. They tell me they think my appendix is about to burst, tell me to go to the hospital. I met my mom at the hospital, and we wait for roughly an hour to be seen. Once I'm taken back, I sit on a rolling bed in the middle of the ER hallway….for 3 hours. Despite being an urgent case for possible appendicitis. All I had was an IV for hydration, no pain killers. After that 3 hours I was given a CT, and then I am put back in the hall to wait for another hour. At this point the pain is still there and I'm basically preparing myself for surgery. After waiting what had to be an hour and a half, a nurse comes to tell me I don't have appendicitis but have epiploic appendagitis; a rare 'condition' that mimics appendicitis with the pain, internal inflammation, and overall horribleness associated with appendicitis. They inject me with a painkiller, prescribe some hard stuff to take for a couple weeks, then send me home.

    Why'd I write all that out? Well the bill for the hospital visit, which consisted of me talking to a doctor for 2 minutes total, getting a CT scan and a single IV shot of painkillers, and waiting in the hall for around 4 and a half hours cost us more than $10,000, and insurance only covered a moderate percentage; I want to say a few thousand dollars was leftover to pay out of pocket. I paid for a "doctor consultation" and for "room fees". I paid a couple thousand to stay in a hallway waiting for news. And that's not including the 5 minute conversation at Urgent care, which cost another $2-300.

    The American Healthcare system is baffling and I hope I never have to go through that again.

  71. Riddhi Divecha says:

    Anyone see Meemers jump?😂

  72. Honeybee Miller says:

    did meemers make that jump?

  73. Kristy Geary says:

    Luckily Australia has universal healthcare and has something that's called Bulk Billing at some doctor surgeries, meaning that it can cover most health services.

  74. Leo says:

    I feel like there is a genetic difference in response to those drinks. It always works for me but my western friends puke lol

  75. Kevin Morton says:

    i love how the picture of condoms isn't just some random picture from the internet. It is an actual picture from the condoms in their room.

  76. Dina Soaring says:

    $200 for a CT scan???? O.o Wait you didn't have to sell a kidney or your first born? Dang Korea has their stuff together. Catch up US XD

  77. Meg Alyathon says:

    So those granules are actually pretty awesome you pour the packed in your mouth, it tastes sweet, then you drink it down with a whole glass of water. It regulates your bowels. If things are moving too fast, it helps slow it down and if things aren't moving, it helps them along. After my csection, my baby and I lived on that stuff for 2 weeks, I think. Hers was a little in every other bottle, mine was a lot 3 times a day. So weird that it made you throw up. I'm tempted to think maybe you didn't take it with enough water?

  78. wasilaify says:

    This is why everybody wants to be a doctor here. It’s either that or you can’t afford to be sick.

  79. Hadra568 says:

    Meemers being a butt in the background

  80. Itsmerileyd 123 says:

    Hey simon you thought your appendix was about to explode mine actually did

  81. YamiAlex224 says:

    gets sick in Korea
    No eyebrows, no shower, no lip gloss, no makeup, no shave
    Sees hot doctor
    Feels even more sick
    I was in urgent care Sunday I had a really good looking doctor I looked beat up. More than the actual being beat up that happened Saturday

  82. YamiAlex224 says:

    In the US I had a CAT scan and they gave me the dye it felt like I wet myself

  83. Korean Ollie says:

    Just in case anyone is watching this in 2018, it's super different now. Almost all the hospital costs are covered by the government through your VISA, so you only pay very tiny amounts, even if you go to the doctor for tests its max $20 until you have surgery or stuff. Furthermore, if you are required to do what you go to do (for example this year we had to have a TB test) then it is totally free and I think is paid by your school.

  84. beinguniqueisbeingu says:

    Wait so how much does it normally cost? Cause I like in Australia and we have free health care

  85. Tea Scobie says:

    Buckley it tastes awful and it works.

  86. darby says:

    meanwhile, in the US, you have to pay like $700 just for them to ask you questions about your symptoms… no joke. I literally was in their office for five minutes and all she used was a stethoscope and boom… it's crazy expensive here for simple healthcare.

  87. BreezyHeartz says:

    So what does the phrase she said when she pointed at her nose mean?

  88. Maha Devi says:

    Omg, when I hear and read this, I'm very happy to live in Germany. Health Care is for free, even most Stuff at the dentist. And if you need a Therapie like me, when I get Depression, my Health Care will pay that too! But Not forever, It's around a 100 hours but I think It's different with a chronic mental illness.

  89. Ark01000 says:

    Sumatriptan ( abdominal migraines) is like $20 per pill, its unbelievable ahaha. Korea! If u cheap, we will be good!

  90. Metalman200xdamnit says:

    So,if you do view your old videos,would you say that Korean or Japanese health care is better?

  91. KimAckerman 21 says:

    Whoa that's Simon?! I'm new to the channel and started watching the newer ones so I'm surprised to see how much he's changed

  92. Alex M says:

    Now that you guys live in Japan, can you do a video about Japanese health care? Thanks!

  93. Naughtysauce says:

    America, where the medical field is a business and not about healing people.

  94. C.Sayuri G. says:

    It would be awesome to have a video like this one for japan !!!

    Love xXx

  95. Vi0let.ski3s says:

    When i was a teen i was experiencing horrid stomsch pain and extreme vomitting. Doctor looked me on the face and said is there anyway you can be pregnant. Biiiiiitttttccchhhh. I was angry i was sick in the emergency room because i was missing yugioh that morning. So no. I wasnt pregnant. It took 12 hours for them to diagnose me with appendicitist and if they waited ten minutes more it wouldve exploded. So I would much rather get drastic horrib bad diagnoses than them trying to tell you ummm are you sure you arent the next virgin Mary. 😂

  96. Ange Maidment says:

    At the risk of sounding lame, what’s TL;DR?

  97. Katie Desimpel says:

    The hangover 2 flashback with the rice thing lol

  98. one eyed pekingese says:

    Spudgy sighting, entire video. 😍

  99. Rox Hottest says:

    hmm, 200 $ would be expensive for me 🙁 .. my entire salary is 370$ (i'm from Romania)

  100. Adrian Love says:

    Oh mah gawd!!! Simon looks so . . . different! He looks young and nerdy instead of wise and funny!

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