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South Korea 4K. Interesting Facts About South Korea


South Korea is one of the most developed countries today. Lets take a tour of Korea and see modern Korean cities. Seoul, Busan, Daegu and many more. Enjoy South Korea in 4k! #SouthKorea The Voyage by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍 Used under under a Creative Commons Attribution license : Keun Chul Lee 🤍 Sang Hoon Yoon 🤍 Kim SungHyeon 🤍 hirune5656 🤍 jinhwan kim 🤍 Dmitry Pog 🤍 Dmitry Pog 🤍 PJH Films from KOREA 🤍 jun1935 🤍

[No Filter Interview] South Korea! It was disappointing!


All countries have both good (🤍 and bad things at the same time. 1. What are some things that Koreans say that you dislike? 2. What Korean culture you'd like to see change? 3. What was disappointing as you toured in Korea? 4. Have you been discriminated in Korea before?

Are Korean Girls Into Foreign Guys?


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What Koreans Think of Black People | ASIAN BOSS


Also check out our interview with the most famous black man in Korea, Sam Okyere himself: 🤍 As always, we want to thank everyone that participated in this interview to share their honest thoughts and perspectives. The opinions expressed in this video are those of individual interviewees alone and do not reflect the views of ASIAN BOSS or the general Korean population. Reach out to STEVE (presenter) on Instagram ► 🤍 Send us a message via our Facebook page if you have any questions or topic suggestions ► 🤍 Are you curious about real people's perspectives from Asia on various cultural and social issues? Subscribe to ASIAN BOSS for more fun and educational videos ► 🤍

Being a White Man in South Korea


Today I asked white men in Korea, "What is it like being a white men in Korea?" I hope you guys enjoy it! ✅Follow on my Instagram! 🤍 - 00:00 Intro 00:59 Q1.How's been your experience in Korea? 02:43 Q2. Being a white man in Korea? 05:40 Q3. Advantages as a white man? 07:31 Q4. Racism? 09:42 Q5. Stereotype about white guys? 11:12 Q6. Experience with girls? 13:06 Last message - Music "Night", "Butter", "branch" by Lukrembo

12 Strange Things in South Korea That Surprise an Inexperienced Traveler


Before going to an unfamiliar country, you need to know about its culture. Especially if you are going to Asia where the society still follows certain traditions and has a hierarchical structure. One of these traditional countries is South Korea with its frightening characteristics and unusual taboos. So before you fill your belly with kimchi and then hit up a BTS concert, you’ll need to get acquainted with some South Korean “no-no’s” first. Here's the list of bizarre cultural faux pas and downright illegal bans of South Korea so that you won’t spoil your trip to the land of morning freshness. Other videos you might like: Never Do These Things in Foreign Countries 🤍 10 Crazy Things That Seem Hot in Foreign Countries 🤍 15 Strange Things That Seem Normal Only In South Korea 🤍 TIMESTAMPS: Don’t tip at restaurants 0:29 Don’t play with chopsticks 0:54 Don’t leave food on your plate 1:24 Stay away from the number 4 2:08 Don’t give gifts to your teacher 3:08 Don’t let your tattoos show 3:59 Don’t wear plunging necklines 4:41 Don’t make too much eye contact 5:31 Be careful when taking photos in public 6:17 Don’t get into arguments, especially with elders 7:00 Don’t blow your nose in public 8:02 Toilet talk isn’t taboo 8:41 #southkorea #traveling #strangerules Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 SUMMARY: - Restaurant and café employees get paid really well, so tipping is seen as an incredibly rude gesture and a jab at their dignity. - Holding the sticks vertically and sticking them vertically into rice are associated with death in South Korea because it resembles the incense sticks stuck in the sand at funerals. - When visiting someone’s home in South Korea, it’s impolite to refuse refreshments and even more offensive if you don’t finish what’s been served. - You might feel uneasy about the number 13, but a lot of countries in East Asia have the same attitude, only with the number 4. - The age-old tradition of giving gifts to teachers for Teachers Day on May 15 was made illegal in South Korea back in September of 2016. The law prohibits teachers from receiving gifts from students or their parents. - Many East Asian countries don’t like tattoos, and they’ve even managed to encode this into their laws. In South Korea, it’s illegal for tattoo artists to practice their work, and only licensed medical doctors are legally allowed to ink people. - A lot of women there will stick to high necklines or wear layers under low-cut tops just to err on the side of caution. However, the attitude towards miniskirts is drastically different! - It’s important to avoid looking directly into someone’s eyes if they’re older than you or they have a higher position (like your boss). - If you’re out and about in the streets of Seoul (or anywhere in the country for that matter), never take photographs with strangers in the frame. It might land you a fine or a night spent at the police station. - You might well be a rocket scientist, but in South Korea, you have to listen to your elders, especially if they’re rocket scientists, too. No, just kidding about that last part. - You know it’s polite to cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, but take extra precaution when it comes to blowing your nose in Korea. - Now, this might come as a surprise given all the other things on this list, but talking about your #1 and #2 is totally normal in Korea! And I’m not just talking about between family, friends, or partners – even colleagues will go into great detail about their bodily functions! Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍 Stock materials (photos, footages and other): 🤍 🤍 🤍 For more videos and articles visit: 🤍

N. Korea stresses need to boost antivirus efforts ahead of possible military parade next month


北, 내달 열병식 앞두고 방역 강조 "평양에 코로나 확진자" Ahead of a large-scale military parade that will likely take place next month, North Korea has stressed the need to boost its antivirus efforts, amid reports of a lockdown in its capital city. The regime's state-run newspaper on Thursday said it's making utmost efforts to prevent any contagious virus from entering the region, and called on the North Korean people to continue to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic with the (quote) "greatest sense of vigilance." This comes a day after Radio Free Asia, citing unnamed sources reported multiple positive COVID-19 test results in the North's capital city of Pyongyang, and that the authorities have locked down the city. North Korea is expected to hold a military parade on February 8th to mark the 75th anniversary of the Korea People's Army. #military_parade #NorthKorea #Arirang_News 📣 Facebook : 🤍 📣 Twitter : 🤍 📣 Homepage : 🤍 2023-01-26, 12:00 (KST)

Hyeonseo Lee: My escape from North Korea | TED


As a child growing up in North Korea, Hyeonseo Lee thought her country was "the best on the planet." It wasn't until the famine of the 90s that she began to wonder. She escaped the country at 14, to begin a life in hiding, as a refugee in China. Hers is a harrowing, personal tale of survival and hope and a powerful reminder of those who face constant danger, even when the border is far behind. Visit 🤍 to get our entire library of TED Talks, transcripts, translations, personalized talk recommendations and more. The TED Talks channel features the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design plus science, business, global issues, the arts and more. You're welcome to link to or embed these videos, forward them to others and share these ideas with people you know. Become a TED Member: 🤍 Follow TED on Twitter: 🤍 Like TED on Facebook: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 TED's videos may be used for non-commercial purposes under a Creative Commons License, Attribution–Non Commercial–No Derivatives (or the CC BY – NC – ND 4.0 International) and in accordance with our TED Talks Usage Policy (🤍 For more information on using TED for commercial purposes (e.g. employee learning, in a film or online course), please submit a Media Request at 🤍

What's Living In Korea Like as a Half Black Half Korean? | Blasian in Korea


Support The Channel By Becoming a Patron: 🤍 I asked mixed people half black and half korean what living in korea is like for them and here's what they had to say. Chris: instagram.com/24k_crs Hide: instagram.com/hide.xx56 My Socials Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍

Lockdown in North Korea Due to Rise in Respiratory Problems Among People..?


Lockdown in North Korea Due to Rise in Respiratory Problems Among People..? Note: . . . . . . . . . Disclaimer: We have Collected The News for This Video From Several Websites on the Internet , We Read Such News and Uploaded it. If you Found This News False or Misleading Let Us Inform. Please Comment Your Views On This Video. #coronaupdate #coronavaccine #corona

The REAL Difference Between Chinese, Korean & Japanese People


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What's Living In Korea Like For White People?


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Average North Korean vs the Average South Korean - People Comparison


What is the difference between the life of North Koreans and the life of South Koreans? Who has it better? Find out today in this episode of The Infographics Show: Average North Korean vs the Average South Korean ⭐SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 ⭐ Let's see what the differences are between North Korea ans South Korea! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL —► 🤍 WEBSITE (You can suggest a topic): 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patreon.......► 🤍 CHAT: DISCORD.....►🤍 SOCIAL: Facebook...► 🤍 Instagram..►🤍 Twitter........► 🤍 Subreddit...► 🤍 Sources for this episode:

Koreans REACT to White Guy Speaking Fluent Korean at a Street Market in Korea


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What Koreans Think Of Black People | Street Interview


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Kim Jong Un's gift to North Korean people


North Korean leader Kim Jong Un gives a floating gift to his people. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

Koreans React to "6 Feet Tall And Super Strong" Tiktok For The First Time!


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Reasons why living in Korea is like HELL


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Korean people pessimistic on social status, class mobility


교육 형평성, 계층이동 가능성 점점 낮아져... "개천에서 용난다"는 옛말 Widening social and income inequality is a global issue. As for Korea, public sentiment has worsened over the years in terms of social class mobility. Oh Junghee looks beyond the numbers. Korean people have become very pessimistic in terms of their social status and class mobility. According to a Statistics Korea's report on Monday... in 2015, 20-percent of Koreans answered that they belong to the lowest socio-economic status considering income, job, education, and wealth,... a significant rise from only 12-percent back in 1994. Those who think they belong to the middle class decreased from 60-percent down to 53-percent. On whether one would be able to attain a higher social status through life-long efforts,... only 22-percent of people had a positive view... compared to 60-percent in 1994. Negative views rose from five-percent to over 62-percent. The lower income they earned, the more pessimistic they were on the possibility of class mobility. "Especially, respondents in their thirties and forties saw that the possibility of them moving up in social class was very low. It appears that the older generations relatively beneffited from the economic development in the past,... but not for younger ones... leading them to have negative expectations about the future." The results of the OECD's 2015 Programme for International Student Assessment... shows that social inequality in Korea has worsened over the last ten years. The gap of academic performance between students with different social, economic, and cultural backgrounds... widened from 31 points to 44 from 2006 to 2015. This is a gap 6 points higher than the OECD average of 38. The United States was able to narrow this gap by 13 points. The same with the United Kingdom and Denmark... by 8 and 7 points respectively. "Parents think that, by cutting spending on education, their kids will suffer from inequality, lower income or even the inability of getting a job." Experts also say that Korea's society needs to be further prudent in terms of maintaining its current education system, which is seen to aggravate the feeling of deprivation or ranking among students... as they are continuously compared to other peers. Oh Jung-hee, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): 🤍 Homepage: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Korean People's Army Guards who Escaped North Korea


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Don't say "I SEE" to Korean people


Hi this is Emma Unnie, your Korean sister:) This video helps you learn "I see" in Korean way. HAHAHA, You will laugh aloud. Don't say "I see" many times to Korean people! #koreanculture #learnkorean #speakkorean #emmaunnie #korea #hangul #kpop #kdrama #itaewonclass #english #korean #learnontiktok #topik #koreanslang #koreanlanguage #엠마언니 #한국어공부 #한국어말하기 #한국어 #한국 #한글 #한국문화 #아이씨

How do Korean People Celebrate Christmas?


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Unique 👻 Character Traits about Korean People! 😎│ 지금 우리 한국은🌏


Fresh NEW KOREA NOW! Today, we will talk about UNIQUE character traits about Korean people by 🇩🇪Florian, 🇪🇸Irene and 🇺🇦Nana. Ture Koran characteristics that you can find from foreign perspectives. 👀 Have you ever experienced or heard about character traits which are commonly associated with Korean people? 🤓 Please leave comments and share your story! 👇 #지금우리한국은 #세종학당재단 #KOREANOW #KingSejongInstitute #SejongHakdang #KoreanCharacter #한국문화 #Koreanculture #한국인특징 #외국인반응 #외국인리액션

Korean People wants Video with Me | Korean Unique Village Tour 🇰🇷


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North Korea / The Lies and Truth of Kim Jong Un / How People Live (2019)


🔥 INCREDIBLE VIDEO👉 🤍 - Somalia: Piracy / How People Live / Hijacking and Ransoms North Korea Vlog Episode 1. The lies and truth about Kim Jong-un. See the Real Life in North Korea in my documentary. Are you planning to travel to North Korea? Is it one of the most dangerous countries in the world? In this episode my first visit of North Korea. Going into this country you must torn all the US labels off and you must register every gadget with the police, which checks all your files by the way. This is the country where villagers drive cars that run on wood and general population dreams of visiting countries like GDR and Czechoslovakia that are non existent for over 30 years now. This is the country where newspapers write that their Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un can predict the weather. This is the country where you will get a life imprisonment for removing ideology slogans from house walls. In the first episode you will see what is North Korea like, how people live in North Korea, first impressions of North Korea, and what difficulties you will face while North Korea travel. "The People" is Anton Lyadov travel vblog. Anton visits the most uncommon and dangerous places in the world. For Voice Over & Dubbing Enquiries - Contact 🤍VOPopuli 🤍 💰If you wish to support the project we’ll appreciate your donation: 💥Donate 5$: 🤍 💥Donate 10$: 🤍 💥Donate 15$: 🤍 💰If you want to help a project, pls follow me on Patreon 🤍 Subscribe to see what will be the next 🤍 #northkorea #southkorea #travel #kimjongun #howpeoplelive #korea #lyadov #pyongyang #tour #northkoreavlog

South Koreans hate Indians | This can't keep happening | World Affairs Files


Source- 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 when we look the racism of the british raj in india, The British rulers saw their Indian subjects as lower than subhuman and behaved accordingly. british People who lived in various regions of India formed their own private societies for themselves. In addition, the British people resided in areas that were specifically delimited for those with white skin, and no "native" people were permitted to access those areas. For instance, the habitation area in Calcutta was specifically separated into two halves, known as the "black" regions and the "white" areas, in a clear attempt to discriminate between the people of Indian descent and those of European descent. It was strictly forbidden for any person with dark complexion to access the zones that had been designated only for those with lighter skin. They went as far as putting up signs that said "Dogs and Indian Are Not Allowed." Now a similar occurrence Has occurred in South Korea, and in a video that was released by Raj Vatsa to his YouTube channel, we can see very clearly that a club in South Korea put up a sign that says men from Pakistan and India do not obey the rules, and as a result, they are allowed to enter their store. Please take a moment to watch this video clip before we go on. When Raj Vatsa went out on the town in Busan with friends who had travelled to meet him from New Delhi, he had no way of knowing that later that night he would wind up becoming the newest chapter in South Korea's national discussion over issues of race and inclusion. It's not that just one club wouldn't let them in; . In his video, Vatsa can be heard saying that he and his companions went to all of the local clubs that night and none of them gave them entry. Even Vatsa's wife, who is of Korean descent, was embarrassed after seeing the signs that said that people of Indian heritage were not permitted. In South Korea, this kind of prejudice has been institutionalized and accepted by society at large. Even though there was a sign posted by the club owner that made it quite evident that the club was a racist establishment, not a single South Korean attempted to help Raj Vatsa. It seems that the majority of people are OK with the prejudice that is directed on the people of India.

What Are People Wearing In Seoul, Korea? | Korean Street Style


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How to Greet People in Korea? Correct Ways of Greetings [Korean Culture] / Hoontamin


What is the most common way of greeting in Korea? Wrong ways and correct ways of greetings in Korea for foreigners. Then, how to greet people in Korea? ※ Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Russian, Greek, German, French, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Thai, Hindi, and Arabic : 12 additional language subtitles are available! For these subtitles, please click CC button - 'setting' on PC, or 'CC' on mobile. ※ Korean and English subtitles are supported in this video.

Learn Korean - How to Greet People in Korean


Click here to get our FREE App & More Free Lessons at KoreanClass101: 🤍 Learn common Korean greetings with our Korean in Three Minutes series! In Korea, manners are important, and this step-by-step video teaches you some of the basics you need to be polite while speaking Korean. A native Korean teacher will explain the simple phrases necessary. This is the fastest, easiest way to pick up basic Korean! In this lesson, you'll learn how to use some common Korean greetings. If you learned a lot with this video, stop by our Korean language learning website and get other language learning content including great videos just like this one, audio podcasts, review materials, blogs, iPhone applications, and more. Find out more, go to: 🤍

Island home to only four children: Nokdo underscores South Korean population crisis


Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 The South Korean island of Nokdo is home to only four children. The once-vibrant fishing village on the island has been rapidly shrinking, underscoring a deeper demographic crisis that the nation has been struggling with. In 2020, South Korea became the world's fastest-ageing society, according to the World Bank. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍

Wearing Indian dress in Korea | Do Koreans recognize Indian dress?


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Meaning of Seollal, or Lunar New Year's Day, to Korean people


설날의 의미 Out of many national holidays in Korea,... Seollal is the biggest and the most important holiday. Since ancient Korea,... dating back to nearly two thousand years ago,... historic records show Koreans have kept the tradition of spending the first day of the lunar calendar in a special way. Looking closely at the Korean word Seollal will give you a glimpse of how Koreans have traditionally perceived this day. 'Lal' out of 'Seollal' means basically 'day' in English; and the prefix 'Seol' has originated from Korean words like 'seolda ,' meaning unfamiliar, 'sarinda ,' meaning cautious, and 'seolupda ,' meaning sorrowful. So it can be inferred that Koreans have kept this 'unfamiliar' first new day very solemnly,... with an exercise of caution and moderation. This mindset of cherishing the moment of the first day of the new year,... is deeply reflected in traditional routines. Koreans start the day by holding a memorial service for ancestors,... praying for the prosperity of the family,... and expressing gratitude towards them,... by sincerely preparing food. And they make a deep bow to their elders, or Sebae... paying respects to them,... and also seeking their blessings for the new beginning. Then, people spend the rest of the day with family,.. eating traditional food, playing folk games, and sharing stories. It's been more than 120 years since the solar calendar was introduced in Korea,... but Koreans still keep the tradition of celebrating Lunar New Year's day. Any previous attempts by the government to keep only the solar new year's holiday all failed,... as the deep awe Koreans have held for thousands of years towards the first moment of the year in a lunar calendar... is stamped on their minds. Also,... it's always good to have two new beginnings of a year,... and a second chance to stick to your new year's resolutions. Park Ji-won, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): 🤍 Homepage: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Some 500 people are evacuated from fire in South Korea shanty town


About 500 people were evacuated after a fire broke out in Guryong Village in Seoul on Friday (Jan 20) morning. About 40 homes in the village have been destroyed. No casualties were reported. Read more at 🤍 WATCH MORE: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 LIKE: 🤍



See if any of your passwords have been compromised. Try 14 days for free: 🤍 Thank you to Aura for sponsoring this video Welcome to Seoul, South Korea! We're spending a three weeks exploring this amazing country and let's just say, we're already in love with all this place has to offer! From delicious food, to dog friendly cafes, to rich culture and traditions, this place has it all. The Seoul we're experiencing might not be the one you expected to see in our video today. This country is surprising in all the best ways and we can't wait to share more South Korea content with yon the coming weeks, so stay tuned! 🎥 In this video... 0:00 Welcome to Korea 1:47 First time trying Korean BBQ (with 🤍StephandPete ) 6:04 Seoul Forest 7:27 Seoul’s Subway System 8:33 Traveling to Korea with our Dog 12:27 Korean People 13:13 Starfield Coex Mall 15:08 Why we love Korea 16:26 Night life in Seoul 17:30 Korean Night Markets 20:36 Cerulean Insa 21:31 Our First Impressions ⭐️Be sure to follow our friends 🤍StephandPete and be sure to checkout their travel adventures! 👍🏼 Follow us on social media + Instagram: 🤍 + Facebook: 🤍 + Website/blog: 🤍 ❤️ Like our videos? Join us over on Patreon to support this channel: 🤍 🎥 Learn to edit videos with our Make a Video Masterclass! 🤍 📷 Our Vlogging Gear: + Main vlogging camera: 🤍 + Main vlogging lens: 🤍 + Main photography lens: 🤍 + Microphone: 🤍 + Drone: 🤍 + GoPro: 🤍 🎶 All of our vlog music can be found on Musicbed. Try Musicbed for FREE for 30 days using this link: 🤍 A B O U T U S Hey y'all! We're Chris + Sara (or as you know us, Let’s Be Us), a husband and wife digital nomad travel duo currently working and traveling full time with our pup, Kramer. We've always dreamed of traveling full time, and in May of 2018 we took the leap and made it happen! Today we're balancing work and fun everywhere between the Pacific and Atlantic. From hiking and cycling to tacos and coffee, we're trying to see and experience as much of this world as we can! While our home is currently on wheels in our DIY Sprinter van, our travels take us all around the world. Be sure to hit subscribe here on Youtube and follow along on Instagram for more daily fun! Oh, and be sure to say hi while you're here. :)

Korean People's Won EXPLAINED | North Korea Money & Korean Won


North Korean Won is perhaps the least discussed currency in the world. Despite stretching back less than a century, the coins and banknotes in the DPRK have an extensive design history. From Red Army Won in 1945 to the introduction of bankcards in recent years, the Korean People's Won is an incredibly intricate and interesting topic. Timestamps: 0:00 Intro & Red Army Won: 2:22 First Won (1947) 3:12 Second Won (1959 Edition) 5:45 Second Won (1978 Edition) 8:24 Second Won (1992 Edition) 11:55 Third Won (2009) 16:13 Foreigner Currency & Bank Cards - Music: Unidentified KCTV Music Aegukka - National Athem (1947 Recording) Long Live the Worker's Party of Korea My Country is the Best (Intrumental) The Internationale (Instrumental) Don't Advance Night of Pyongyang (Intrumental) Don't Ask My Name - Wangjaesan Light Music Band - - 🧧 In Collaboration With DPRK_Banknotes Instagram: 🤍DPRK_Banknotes Email: shypgx🤍gmail.com WhatsApp: shypgx - - 🧧 Social Media Twitter: 🤍BenWestonDPRK Instagram: 🤍BenWestonDPRK - #NorthKorea #DPRK

"... Korean People Love Us." (Black in Korea) | MFiles


In this episode of The Melanated Files (MFiles) we introduce Pape, a data engineer and YouTuber living in Gangnam, South Korea. Pape shares his experience studying and working in Korea with us. Watch to hear his story. You can find Pape's YouTube channel here: 🤍 You can also find him on Instagram here: 🤍papesanvlog Support us on Patreon here: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to our channel: 🤍 Join our Facebook group if you’re looking to visit or relocate to Japan here: 🤍 The Melanated Files or the MFiles is a Black Experience in Japan's series that highlights black people from diverse countries across the globe. It focuses on sharing the story of the individual; who they are; what they do; what they are passionate about; and what their experience has been so far, as a black person living in a foreign land. Melanated is a word that is regularly used in the black community. It means “full of melanin.” Files is in reference to the collection of stories of black people that will be shared in this series. If you would like to be featured or know a black person living in Japan or another foreign land, who would like to be featured, please send us a message on our Facebook page: 🤍 Or tweet or DM us 🤍theblackexjp Visit our website: 🤍 Also remember to subscribe for weekly videos on the black experience across the globe. Music: Buddha by Kontekst 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 - Thank you for watching! #blackinkorea #mfiles #papesan

What Do Korean People Think of K POP? ft.Korean Unnie


Korean Unnie asks people in Hongdae what they think of K POP! Korean Unnie's channel ▶ 🤍

Uncovering The True Feelings Of The North Korean people


Pyongyang Pressure Cooker: What do the people of North Korea really think? Does the West give them a bad press? This report tries to find out. For downloads and more information visit: 🤍 North Korea has always created a carefully choreographed image of itself, but have the Western media also created a false picture of life there? With rare access, this report tries to answer that question. "They want to be more open. But they have been let down too many times by overseas journalists", says Ray Ferguson, of the Australia-North Korea Friendship Association. He claims that the regime is making real efforts to reach out. But heavy restrictions are still placed on journalists filming there. And a quick interview with a member of the public shows the pressure to tow the official line. "The U.S. imperialist invaders, we must drive them out!" Asking the guide whether people are "pretending" provokes the anxious response: "Don't use that word!" But Ray remains hopeful of change: "At least if you're engaging it creates a groundwork for better relations..". SBS Dateline - Ref. 5923 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.

Asking Korean people about Malaysia


I asked 5 questions to random Korean people in Gangnam! If you guys have any recommendations for me to try here in Malaysia, please leave the comment. Terima kasih, dan jumpa lagi! perfect holiday 🎵Music provided by 브금대통령 🎵Track : Perfect Holiday - 🤍 고양이한테 생선을 맡긴다고? 🎵Music provided by 브금대통령 🎵Track : 고양이한테 생선을 맡긴다고? - 🤍 Monkey's Meal 🎵Music provided by BGM President 🎵Track : Monkey's Meal - 🤍 갑자기 멍때리기 🎵Music provided by BGM President 🎵Track : Spacing Out - 🤍 We were happy there 🎵Music provided by BGM President 🎵Track : We were happy there - 🤍

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