Catherine Fulvio travels to South Korea and meets with some of the Haenyeo, who are female divers in the Korean province of Jeju, a place which actually has quite a bit in common with Ireland: lots of stonewalls like Connemara, a history of famine, they also have basalt rock formations just like the Giants Causeway and they love tea. The chef meets husband and wife Peter and Grainne Hill whose lives are split between South Korea and Kildare, while she also tries taste Korean barbecue food, and visits a green tea farm and museum.