There is nothing that pleases us Mexicans more than when a foreigner enters the bowels of our country to want to know it more and more, because we consider that someone who knows both the low neighborhood and the high neighborhood is someone trustworthy who deserves the cultural adoptioneven when you come from another continent, specifically to have fun in Mexico because you have heard that it is a great country.
Today that everything can be something mediatic, the truth is that we noticed that for some years, it became fashionable among foreign influencers to come to have fun in Mexico and then stay here to live. Perhaps before there were already people who migrated from their countries to this one, but we didn’t find out about it, because the culture of videos was not so strong and today it is a little more palpable. Some cases are korean vlog, the Italian Mr Banquet, Vagabum or the German güero Mou from the YouTube channel Don’t stain how rich!’
All of them have been characterized by uploading to their channels some reactions to Mexican food and also to some cultural situations that they have found striking in our country, but if there is someone who has definitely won our hearts, these are also youtubers. Chingu Friend and the Russians react, for his genuine interest in knowing the country from the bowels and the chiaroscuros that the country can offer.
What is Chingu Amiga’s favorite fruit?
There are many examples, but without a doubt the day a Russian worked as a diablero in the Supply Center It was unforgettable, because they made an incredible chronicle of how perhaps hundreds of diableros make a living in CDMX. Afterwards, they shared a video of the fruits that caught their attention the most, which they couldn’t find in Russia and we all laughed with them, but until recently, our dear Sujin, also went to the same place in the CDMX.
Everything seems to indicate that the Central de Abastos is being an obligatory stop for influential people foreigners, because now our dear Chingu Amiga also took a role there with the aim of buying some exotic fruits, which she had not tried throughout her stay here in Mexico and that she could not even find in her native Korea. Of course, the Korean needed help from a local person who knew this part of the delegation very well. Iztapalapa.
From the hand of hanah, sujin went to buy exotic fruits at the Central of Supplies. After a while, he acquired jackfruit, mamey, carambola, pineapple, sapote, soursop, tejocotes, cherimoya and baby mangoes, just to mention a few, which he tried when he got home. With the exception of the soursop, the Korean woman was so moved by the taste of the fruit that tears came to her eyes. One of her favorites was the custard apple, another the mamey, the Chinese pomegranate and also the pineapple.
“I know I’m always saying and you’re already tired, but please cherish what you have. In Korea, living well is eating this” said Sujin Kim remarkably moved and excited to taste the exotic fruits, which she wanted to share with her parents.