The Philippines was a colony of Spain for 3 centuries, so there’s a castle where Spanish people used to live. The Spanish streets from the past are still kept. My friends visited there and posted pictures. I’d like to go there and take pictures. That’s one of my bucket list. The Philippines was colonized for 3 centuries? Yes, so the Filipino language is very similar to Spanish. This is Intramuros… I told you about. All the buildings that Spanish people used in the past have been preserved. – They’ve been here since then? / – Yes, all of them. – They’re all very old. / – My goodness. Rich Spanish people used to live here. This is the famous Manila Cathedral. Oh, this was a cathedral. Almost 100% of Filipinos are Catholic. – 80%. / – Over 90% are Catholic. It’s one of the oldest cathedrals. (Over 80% of the population being Catholic) (A central cathedral of the Philippines) There are a couple spots to take good pictures. – Photo zone. / – Yes. Dara Tour. – 1, 2, 3. / – My goodness. (Manila Cathedral and Intramuros with Dara Tour) We’ll go around this village on a carriage called a kalesa. We’ll go around this neighborhood? Yes, the horseman over there will explain everything in Korean. Use an official kalesa. It’s a fixed rate of… It’s written there 500 peso, $11 for 30 minutes. – There are carriages for 2 to 6. / – Here we go. You can pick the one you want among different kinds. – It’s supposed to be like that. / – It is? I thought it was because I’m too heavy. Goodness. – I’m sorry. / – Here we go. There are different courses, a 30-minute ride or an hour ride. You can stop and see the places you want. You can look around? That’s nice. Let’s go. (They go to visit Intramuros on a kalesa) Manila is pretty. (They feel the vibe of Spain in Manila) It seems like Europe. The horseman will explain well. He really speaks Korean? – Really? / – As we go, he’ll explain. This used to be a city hall in the past. – What? / – That’s how he explains? – He spoke very clearly. / – “A city hall in the past”. There’s a distinct vibe in this neighborhood. (It feels quiet and peaceful) I’m amazed how cars wait for you. Look back there, those tall buildings. It feels ironic. You can see the past and the present of the Philippines. You’re right. As you go on, you’ll find historical places with traces of the war. – History… / – It totally feels like Europe here. This is an old Spanish house. It’s an old yet rich Spanish house. (Casa Manila) There’s a spot where you can take good pictures. How pretty. I’ll show the spot to my customers. No matter which period it was, rich people have lived so well. – This is the spot to take pictures. / – A photo spot? This is one of them. There should be sunlight… – Nobody lives there now? / – Right. – It’s just preserved. / – Yes, it’s used as a museum. Intramuros. Intramuros means “inside the castle.” Inside the castle. (This place was most turbulent during the 20th century) This is a wedding hall. It used to be a Japanese prison, but now… Japanese prison. This used to be a Japanese prison but it’s now used as a wedding hall. – How ironic. / – The police wear Spanish uniform. You still get that classic feel. – There are bullets in the walls. / – Right. What is that? – A cannon. / – A sweet potato roaster? (He tries his best to pick on Dara Tour) Was that the sweet potato attack? Sweet potato. – What could be here? / – I can’t imagine. (After climbing the old stairs of history…) We’ve travelled to the past. (A tower was here before the war and earthquake) What is this place? Was this the prison? I think so. – Doesn’t it look like something? / – It looks nice. It looks very similar. A place like this is still left in the city. It’s amazing. It’s preserved really well. They carried all these by hands in the past. Unbelievable. Hundreds of years have passed. – Exactly. / – It’s preserved so well. It’s amazing. You’ve walked around Intramuros today. How was it? It’s my third time in the Philippines, yet it’s my first time learning the history of it, so I am really amazed. I feel as though I gained much more knowledge of it. – Dara wanted to explore history. / – Where do we go? Yes, she really did. We’ll go to the hottest modern place these days. It’s not over yet? – No. / – What? You’ll go somewhere else now? They make good use of time. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Gosh, they went clubbing. She’s so adorable. This isn’t a club, everyone. – It’s not a club? What is it? / – Sky view… A sky view lounge? I’m so excited. Since I like old music… (The trip planner is excited) This place is really hot nowadays. You must visit places like here when you’re on a trip. So pretty. If you don’t make a reservation, there won’t be a table. It’s a really hot place these days. You can get the whole view of the city like that. Shall we sit here? I didn’t know that Manila had such night view. Exactly. It’s hard to see the night view in Manila, as there aren’t many skyscrapers as tall as this one. Seeing the view makes me realize that this is the last night. My goodness. (Surprised) This is like to thing used to break ostrich eggs. – What is that? / – A cocktail. I should break it well at once. Here we go. – My goodness. / – Harder, harder. Bang, bang, bang. – My goodness. / – You’re crushing the ice. – It’s a fun drink. / – I crushed ice… Then the emerald green sea came out from it. – Exactly. It’s like the Palawan. / – My goodness. – Cheers. / – Cheers. Say something. For the success of Dara Tour Part 2! For the success! What if I get drunk on my way to the airport? No way. If you drink a bit of wine or a glass of cocktail… – You can sleep in the plane. / – Right. You can. The second tour was much harder. – What was the most memorable one? / – Amazing view. It felt as if we rented the whole island for lunch. – That was… / – There! – When I saw the island as we left… / – Unbelievable. I couldn’t believe that I had fun at such beautiful place. It was a very good memory of mine. This country has endless charms. I really liked it. Cheers! I thought about the third tour. Only this town in the Philippines has a cold climate. It’s Baguio. Baguio. Local Filipinos go there for vacations. – I’d like to take you there. / – That’d be wonderful. I love you, Battle Trip. (Please love Dara Tour) The audience seems to like it. Even though I want to attack them, I can’t do it… – It was perfect. / – There’s nothing to pick on. Except that it was a bit boring at the end… The history part… One must visit historical sites at one point. In fact, Intramuros is a very important place for Filipinos. Since it’s an important part of history, students learn about that place in school. The Philippines was discovered by Magellan. Its name came from the Spanish king at that period, Felipe. That’s how the Philippines was born. – Really? / – Felipe became the Philippines? – Really? / – Sandara has changed a lot. – She studied history for here. / – I liked history… When I was in school. It’s the most important time. The video footage and the content were very solid. What I’m worried about is, Dara Tour Part 1 only cost $230. – Their expenses were really low. / – That’s right. This time, they actually spent quite a bit of money, for example with the hopping tour. For your trip of 3 days, not including plane fare, how much money did you spend? We each spent $202.40. – My goodness! / – My goodness! It got cheaper? – You spent less this time? / – We did. You ate more and visited more places though. Did they get discounts there because they are celebrities? Not at all. Coron’s hotels were cheap. The dishes were cheap there too. Coron is not yet developed much… – So everything is really cheap. / – It’s so cheap. I should’ve known about Coron. – Lastly, say a few words. / – Say a few words. The charm of travelling is that you get to escape from the repetitive and boring daily life. If you will escape anyway, it’d be more meaningful to do so by going to a new, unknown place. That place is Palawan in the Philippines. They sound like a TV commercial. Come with me on the Dara Tour. Go, go, go! Did they come up with it in advance? – I guess so. / – They practiced it. Everyone, Dara Tour Part 2… Will you follow this itinerary? Please vote. (Dara Tour designed the tour for the Philippines) (What will the judges choose?) How many judges will pack… – Their bags for this trip? / – Her heart is so cute. – How many judges voted for them? / – I’m scared. – What’s the result? / – They’re already… – Hot spring. / – They said they’d be happy… – If they get over 80 votes. / – Food. Let’s do this. – 3, 93! / – 9! 9! – 8? 83? / – 9! – 9? / – 7, 8? If it’s 9, we can’t win. – It’s over. / – 8 is pretty good too. – 7, 8! / – 83… Better than last time… – Unbelievable. / – My goodness. – That was high. / – They’re really objective. Sandara was really cute. I was looking at her. I guess she wanted to get 93 votes. As soon as she saw 83… She seemed relieved but also disappointed… – She seemed complicated. / – Yes, it was complicated. Are you satisfied with the result? Thank you… That was a lot. Congratulations on 83 votes. Look forward to the MK Tour next time!