There seems to be a special L sound in Swedish, I've tried to find what consonant/vowel it is for a long time, but eventually I decided to ask here
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In the first video, the sound is simply /l/, spelled in Swedish. This is the same as L in German or French.
The timecodes in the second video all lack L so I'm assuming you mean R. In this case I'm analyzing it as /ɹ/ but it's most commonly analyzed as /ɾ/. Depending on the dialect or person, it can also be pronounced /r/ or /ʀ/.
As Luboš mentioned in the comments, L in some dialects is also /ɽ/. This is however not the case in either of these videos as they are both in Central Standard Swedish.