Americans react to food from X country videos have been big on the Internet in the past few years thanks to BuzzFeed's video team and their addictive two-minute vignettes (I know, I watched one to refresh my memory for this story and ended up in an hour-and-a-half BuzzFeed hole). They're good, in a it's two-in-the-morning-and-I'm-writing-a-blog-post kind of way, but you have to remember through all of that patriotic food eating that American food can get pretty weird too.
And that's what this video of Korean women eating American snacks shows.
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It's an good look at our country's weirdest snacks (smores Goldfish, Pop Tarts, etc.), narrated by Microsoft Bob's Cousin. Check it out after the jump.