Candy Craftsmanship: Korea’s First Family of a Classic Confection

(energetic instrumental music) – [Narrator] In Chungju, South Korea, there is a family carrying on
a generations-long tradition of making yeot, an old school Korean treat that is still popular today. (speaks in foreign language) – [Narrator] Yeot dates
back more than 1,000 years to the Goryeo Dynasty. (speaks in foreign language) (playful instrumental music) (gentle instrumental music) (moves into lively instrumental music) (speaks in foreign language)

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

  1. Once I was in a field trip with my school ( I was born and I live in Korea rn) and near the end of the field trip, I made my own yeot. Ut was gretr fun and also needs a lot of effort.

  2. I hope I have this type of father. But my own father is just like to hear song and sing badly and also touch my genital all time.

    I hate this.

  3. So, for those of you who haven't tried hobak yeot,호박엿,Pumpkin seasoned yeot,I have tried it as a Korean.It doesn't sell traditionally nowadays.But I found one seller about 70 years old selling it.I've tried his yeot,Hobak yeot.It was very sweet at first.Then,it becomes softer like taffy.Then it becomes a softened taffy(like when taffy kind of melts in your mouth) then it disappears.It's very good,you can bite or melt it in your mouth and eat.It's very sweet like candy, many kids will like it.

  4. People from Honduras Central America had been making this for hundreds of years. They call it “malcosha”. Only people with long honduras tradition knows about it. The very same process

  5. Here in Philippines, Yeot is very delicious especially when it's cold weather. We can Yeot 7 times in just one night.

  6. My uncle in bacolod make this candy too we call it butong butong so korea was the origin of this food i thought philippine created this food thank you for the info sir

  7. It's one of the oldest candy made in North and Middle India more than 300 year old and made of sugar during festival's.

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