There’s a famous beer factory in Austria. – It’s a beer factory. / – It’s a beer factory. – That looks good. / – Wow. – It’s the same beer we drank. / – That’s awesome. – How does Austrian beer taste? / – It’s that beer. (The charm of Austrian beer we didn’t know about) How is it? Is it good? – It’s so good. / – It tasted so… – Was it amazing? / – It was different. (21 minutes from Krems Station by shuttle bus) We have arrived at the beer factory. We’re here. A beer factory. – My first time. / – Isn’t this your first time? It’s my first time too. Will we be able to watch the process of making beer? Yes. We’ll be able to taste it too. Taste it too. – Is this right? / – By the way… ??Taste, chew, enjoy ??What was it? It’s “Eat, chew, taste, enjoy.” – Are you going to be like this? / – “Eat, chew…” “Taste, enjoy?” Can you do it with me? 2, 3, 4. ??Eat, chew, taste, enjoy ?? (It’s embarrassing) (She’s immersed) You’re good. It’s this way. Is this the entrance? Let me escort you. Welcome to our brewery. Before we enter, we kindly ask you to wear our safety vests. – Okay. / – Ah, yeah. (They put on safety vests to be spotted easily) I like the color. She likes the vest. So, let’s go upstairs. Yes. Okay. (They take off to have a tour around the factory) (When you go up the stairs) It’s pretty hot. It was really hot. – Like a sauna. / – Why is it hot? (It’s the beginning of the beer making process) – What? / – Because of the fermentation. They ferment the raw ingredients at over 100?? – They ferment it here. / – Yes. They do that here. There’s a certain law in Europe that regulates people to use only malt, hops and water to make beer. Add something else, and it can’t be called beer. What’s that? Hop in a crusher. Crusher? It’s ground hops. They mix the ground ingredients with water and boil it in heat. Then they use the one next to filter it. They add the hops and boil it again. Then they filter it again. And the state it’s in just before completion… Which we call original wort. It’s called wort. They call it beer wort. Next step is that we want to have alcohol. – So we start the fermentation. / – Fermentation, okay. (They pour some beer right after fermentation) (The fresh taste will be revealed soon) (What’s the next spot?) (Her jaw drops) I smell the beer. – Is this the smell of the beer? / – Beer, yeah. I’ve never seen a factory up close like this. (They can see the process of packaging beer) – I can smell the beer. / – It’s no joke. (Amazed) – Is that the one? / – Canned beer. The machine can produce 50,000 cans of beer in 1 hour. – Wow. / – It’s really fast. – Awesome. / – Really fast. (Next is where the beer gets the final fermentation) It’s cold in here. (It’s freezing) Now, you’ll try it. Drink beer… – Directly from the tank. / – It must be delicious. Is this the tank? It’s where we can taste the beer directly from the tank. It’s real draft beer. It’s coming out from this tank, right? He’s pouring beer directly. – Really. / – Wow. Look at the froth. – The froth is like whipped cream. / – It contains… – All kinds of minerals and proteins. / – You ready? You know all the nutrients. It’s all in here. Really? – Look at its color. / – It’s murky. – You’re right. / – It’s very soft too. It’s murky because everything is inside that beer. – It’s pretty yellow. / – There’s a lot of froth. – As we say in Austria, prost. / – Prost. – To your house. / – Prost. (Cheers) It’s really good. (Gulping) (Her eyes know the taste of beer) It’s delicious. (Cheers one more time) (Beer is going down their throats) It tastes like I won’t get drunk. You want more? Just a bit more. (Seulgi can’t lose to her) You want more too? (Yes, please) It’s delicious even if I keep drinking. (Brewery tour, $12.30 for 2 glasses of beer and a bread) (It’s open for tours 3 times a week) (More details are written on the website) (Exclaiming together) Drinking it directly out of the tank… It doesn’t taste like beer I used to know. It’s really good. It was sparkling. – It was amazing. / – I bet it’s delicious. – Its taste depends on distribution. / – I see. I think I should drink beer at a beer factory from now. There isn’t any beer factory in our country. People can go on a tour around the factory like that? – They can make a reservation… / – So they can. Through the website. – You need prior reservations. / – Right. Shall we leave with an excited heart? Let’s clink before we go. – Wendy. / – Seulgi. Digidigidip. – Di. / – Gi. – Di. / – Gi. Dip! Seulgi, let’s leave for the city of music, the hometown of Mozart now. – Let’s go… / – To that place. Let’s go. (On a train to Salzburg) A train ticket to Salzburg costs $63. – It’s one-way. / – Okay. I can’t believe we’re in Austria. I just can’t believe it. Now that we’re on a train, I’m reminded of “Before Sunrise.” Their love starts on a train. I remember that. (Their coincidental relationship starts on a train) (It’s a romantic love story of European train trips) I don’t know about this movie but I feel like I should watch it. I highly recommend it. Let’s say you met a guy by accident like the movie. You talked to each other for a short period of time. Then he suddenly suggests you should get off. Would you get off then? Would you get off then? I think I would. If I was really attracted to that guy. I think it’d be too short of a time to get to know each other. – I wouldn’t get off. / – But what if… What if you two were so compatible? What if you guys got along so well? I might make a plan to see him. – Oh, later? / – Yes. I think I’m a bit spontaneous. We’re heading to Salzburg right now. What are our plans there? Our plans? (They soak deeply into the city of music) Wow, it’s so pretty here. – It looks delicious. / – What’s that? It looks really tasty. I’m so happy. What do I do? I love just walking here. I’m reminded of the scenes in the movie. These are the places in “The Sound of Music.” Everything here is just perfect. The world seems even more beautiful. (They fly in the sky of Salzburg and Alps) We’re flying. (Wendy’s Day in Salzburg) (Salzburg) (Tasting Austrian dessert) – We arrived in Salzburg. / – Right. What is there that we like? Aside from sightseeing and shopping? – Of course, eating. / – Right? There’s something… – We must try in Austria. / – What is it? It’s the must-try dessert and the must-try coffee. – It’s Sachertorte. / – You know that? – Is it famous? / – It’s also sold… At Hotel Sacher in Vienna. It’s really famous. – What’s that? / – Is that cake? It’s only sold in Salzburg. – It’s only sold in Salzburg? / – Yes. It only exists in this region. It was so rare in the past. Only noble people could have the chance to eat it. – Are you ready? / – I am. Let’s walk in like sophisticated ladies. – Like noble ladies. / – Okay. – Hello. / – Hello. Didn’t you say there are only two… – Of this cafe in the country? / – Yes. A lot of global celebrities visited this place too. It is this place. It’s the evidence that many celebrities visited here. There’s the name on the picture. Hugh Grant. – They recorded all the celebrities. / – Hugh Grant. Yes. – All the celebrities visited there. / – Cameron Diaz. There’s a picture of Tom Hanks too. – Tom Hanks. / – He looks young in the picture. She’s Maria. – Heroine of “The Sound of Music.” / – That’s right. – ??Do, re, mi ??/ – Seriously. I really want to hear that. This place used to serve to the royal family. Right, I heard that too. It seems like an art museum. Right, museum. The interior of this place makes me feel like I’m really in Europe. I can sense the old European-style in the interior. It must have a really long history. (Its antique beauty from 150 years of history) Places in Austria have 200 to 300 years of history. 100 to 200 years at least. Our first dessert… – Is called Nockerl. / – Nockerl? You can’t find this dessert anywhere else but here. – It’s sold only in Salzburg? / – Right. The meringue symbolizes the three mountain peaks surrounding the city. – The dessert looks like mountains? / – Right. (It has the shape of 3 mountain peaks) – It looks so good. / – Did they make the meringue… And torch it? – A little. / – They torched… – The top part. / – Right? It’s served with jam. (Nockerl, $25) It looks delicious. (It makes the girls excited) It looks so pretty. That’s one huge dessert. – It looks good. / – They serve it for you. It’s so soft. She serves it like that. – It’s a bit like… / – I’d like to put it in my mouth. It’s like cheese cake. – Do you have a sweet tooth? / – Yes, I do. It’ll melt away in your mouth. (She scoops some strawberry cream as well) It looks like you eat them together. I forgot to take a picture of it. – Thank you. / – Thank you. Enjoy. (Wow) It’s hard to make meringue like this. Really hard. I’ve always wanted to do this. Seriously, it’s hard to make meringue like this. It looks like a baby’s bottom. It’s so hard to make meringue like this. Did you hear that? Did you hear the sound of the meringue? I want to record the sound. – It’s amazing, isn’t it? / – I heard it. – Good job, me. / – Well done. – I heard it. / – Good job, Wendy. (Here it goes again) It smells like a tasty pancake. It does. I smell eggs. Let’s try. – I don’t know. / – It must melt in your mouth. – It melts, doesn’t it? / – Yes, it melts like foam. It melts away in my mouth like foam. – It just melts away. / – When you feel down… – This will cheer you up. / – I’m sure it will. It feels like a fluffy pancake that melts in your mouth. – There’s nothing to chew. / – You’re right. It just melts away. Do we have something like that in Korea as well? – No, we don’t. / – We don’t, right? I like the outer part. – The baked part. / – That baked part is… – It must be delicious. / – It is. I’ll try it with the cream. That alone can be a bit too rich but the strawberry cream makes it taste refreshing. (Mmm) I think I get why they eat it with the cream. Just this alone can be a bit too rich. But the cream helps with it. (Their coffee is served) Yes. I needed coffee. – This is Einspanner. / – Einspanner. That’s Viennese Coffee. – Viennese Coffee. / – Exactly. – This is Melange. / – Melange. You know how we rode in that carriage? I heard people used to drink coffee while riding carriages. It’s shaky on a carriage. But Einspanner doesn’t spill. – Oh, really? / – Because of the cream on top. Because the coffee spills on a carriage, they put cream on top of it. – The cream keeps it down. / – Yes. Also, it keeps the coffee warm. It doesn’t spill. What comfort. Are you talking about a bed or what? (She’s tries the Einspanner) – Drink it up. / – All you get is the cream. – You’ll only taste the cream. / – That’s true. You have to finish the cream first. – Then drink the coffee. / – It might go into your nose. You look so cute. The coffee doesn’t taste that bitter because of the cream. (She tries the Melange as well) This is Melange. It’s delicious. It’s really soft. It’s a bit nutty. It tastes like Job’s tears tea. – Job’s tears tea? / – Job’s tears tea? Suddenly that place looks like a Korean tea room. It was very nutty. (Finally, Sachertorte is served) – Sachertorte. / – Sachertorte. – Thank you. / – Thank you. This is the most famous dessert here. I heard this was a must-try. Torte means cake. – Torte means cake? / – Yes. Back in the old days, sugar was rare. Chocolate was a delicacy only for the nobles. It’s a fancy cake with apricot jam in it. – It’s a very fancy cake. / – It has apricot jam in it. – They put apricot jam in there too. / – Always apricots. Which part should I eat first? However you like. They’re well-known for apricot jam. – Is this apricot jam? / – Is this apricot jam? We just had the same thought. Is this apricot jam? Try it. Try it already. Please try it. Let me try it without the cream first. (How does it taste?) I can taste the apricot jam. My friend said it tastes like a fancy Vic Pie. My friend said that. – A fancy one. / – Vic Pie? A fancy Vic Pie. My gosh. It tastes very rich. It’s good, isn’t it? This is delicious. Is she going to say something else? Why did she compare this to that? I can’t understand that at all. My friend said that. Don’t you think they taste similar? Who is this friend? – Who is this friend? / – Who is it? I think I need to talk to her. Why would she compare this to that? It’s really tasty with the cream. I haven’t gone to many restaurants nor am I a gourmet… But the chocolate is chewy and soft. As you see, there is a very thin layer of apricot jam. – But it tastes so strong. / – How is it possible? – It’s so thin. / – It’s so thin. But it’s perfect with the chocolate. What’s important is the combination of the sweetness and the freshness. – You’re right. / – It’s moderately fresh… – And moderately sweet. / – And moderately sweet. When the balance collapses, it will taste like nothing. She sounds like an expert. You sound like a gourmet. (Proud) (She takes a sip of coffee after eating the cake) They taste perfect together. They enhance each other’s flavor. – You really like sweets. / – It’s made of raspberry… Normally, Seulgi and I… – Don’t eat a lot of dessert. / – We don’t eat desserts. We don’t like cakes and don’t eat them often. That’s the first time I had so many desserts in my life. They must’ve been a perfect match. (She takes the last bite) (Happy) Save it in your stomach. (She’s really enjoying it) It’s delicious. This is so good. I think I will miss this in Korea. I didn’t know we would eat two desserts. I’m looking forward to our upcoming schedules. Are you ready to have fun? – Wendy. / – Seulgi. Digidigidip.