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Oh, the things you find via Naver.com

This… this is pretty freakin’ funny:

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  • judge judy

    JFC…that’s too much.

  • http://www.cominganarchy.com Curzon

    Translation of what he is saying plz!

  • MrChips

    Where in the name of all that’s holy did that come from? Preposterous…

  • seouldout

    “Hey! Listen to me. You can split, but when you do you’ll have a problem (foot sickness [bahl byoung]= curse/jinx?). Understand?”

  • R. Elgin

    Mr. Shiz strikes again . . .

    Maybe the next great Korean TV show should be made from video footage from the U.S. that is dubbed into crazy Korean like this one. It would be much better that way, than it ever was, and give Americans a good reason to learn Korean.

  • http://hojupjimong.wordpress.com/ JiMong

    Hilarious..The context of Arirang well melted in his facial expression. I especially like his closing …”A ~ Cham”

    Maybe the next great Korean TV show should be made from video footage from the U.S. that is dubbed into crazy Korean like this one. It would be much better that way, than it ever was, and give Americans a good reason to learn Korean.

    For sure, it would make much better show than “Minyeodeului Suda”

  • pawikirogi

    hilarious! the guy’s accent is pretty good too. here’s another clip with non koreans spaeking korean, this time, it’s turkish people. man, i never thought i’d see the day-turkish people speaking korean?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQTY5oDYbWQ

    also at youtube: do a search of ‘placido domingo sings in korean’

  • cm

    Curzon, he’s having some fun with the old Arirang folk song. He speaks fast but his intonation and pronounciation is very good, if not almost perfect. I would guess he lived in Korea a long time ago. But I don’t think he’s a fluent speaker.

  • http://www.slg.co.kr Brendon Carr

    Another testament to the career-developing benefits of the Korean language!

  • dogbertt

    With that beard and intonation, he could play in one of those period dramas.

  • pawikirogi

    ‘Another testament to the career-developing benefits of the Korean language!’ brendon

    least he does real work. no leach is he. i tip my hat to him as you busy yourself with chasing an ambulance. good day.

  • http://www.slg.co.kr Brendon Carr

    It’s “leech”, by the way. Ambulance-chasing in Korea is relatively easy, since no citizen would deign to yield for the poor bastard in the back of that vehicle. A six year-old walking fast can overtake a Korean ambulance. Alas, the pickins is slim once you catch one: No meaningful remedies for personal injury in Korea’s legal system, which is how we get atrocities like the Sampoong Dept. Store and the scary condition of Lotte World (they stayed open this week even after being warned Friday of possible collapse!).

    Enjoy Monterey, pawi, where the leeches have raised the level of safety for you. I’ll keep doing my best here.

  • dogbertt

    Monterey? A dry cleaner could probably make a good living there.

  • pawikirogi

    monterey? look who’s talking about using private information on line. snooping, huh? why would you do that, brendon? i suppose curtesy of the marmot once again. i know, he has access. did you hack my computer, too?

    your revelation is a veiled threat. fuck off.

  • pawikirogi

    oh, and, btw, i don’t live in monterey. i live in la.

  • http://www.slg.co.kr Brendon Carr

    There’s no threat here and Robert hasn’t coughed up anything. But yes, I hacked your computer! Better throw it away for safety.

  • Breaktrack

    Way to go Brendon!!

  • http://www.wmga.net captbbq

    pawikirogi,

    How on earth do you think that little American flag pops up by your name, all the while you’ve never filled in any form alerting this website where you are?

    It’s like the baby riots in the late Chosun era. Koreans couldn’t figure out how foreigners had a seemingly endless supply of milk, yet did not have to maintain any cows. Canning and pasturization was majical to them. They concluded “obvisouly the devils must be abducting our women at night and lopping of their breasts” and used it foment an attempted genocide.

    Pawikirogi, I don’t blame you. We all understand, we really do. Poor thing.

  • wjk

    hey, stop picking on pawi.

  • dogbertt

    hey, stop picking on pawi.

    가재는 게편.

  • Sonagi

    The last few comments on this thread are even funnier than the video!

  • SomeguyinKorea

    wjk, that sudden loss of uppercase letters worries me…Better get yourself checked in. I think you’ve caught the ‘pawikirogi’.

  • http://www.occidentalism.org shakuhachi

    wjk, that sudden loss of uppercase letters worries me…Better get yourself checked in. I think you’ve caught the ‘pawikirogi’.

    How do we know that pawikirogi and wjk are really Koreans? They could be non-Koreans trying to make Koreans look racist or stupid.

  • R. Elgin

    . . . They could be non-Koreans trying to make Koreans look racist or stupid.

    True enough. If they really are Korean, they should stop posting so as to preserve the purity of the Korean intranet.

  • michael

    Pawi lives in L.A.? All I gotta say is, El Pollo Loco.

  • SomeguyinKorea

    “How do we know that pawikirogi and wjk are really Koreans? They could be non-Koreans trying to make Koreans look racist or stupid.”

    I’ll take it one step further and say that they are both socks for the same guy.

  • http://www.slg.co.kr Brendon Carr

    I don’t know. wjk seems to make a lot more sense than pawikirogi. Plus, when I hacked his computer, wjk was wearing pants on the webcam. I’ve always envisioned pawikirogi as a one-handed typist — hence no shift key.

  • Kunsanpcv

    Aigoooooooooooo!

  • http://www.law4u.net SubRosa

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnrxjHtMVk8

    Oh, she’s beautiful. Are they really a married couple?
    It’s not a possible combination between Koreans.
    You can meet into only a few non-snubbish Koreans. Oh, let’s hear what Korean males say.

    http://kids.kornet.net/cgi-bin/Boardlist?Article=AnonymousSerious&Num=144005&Position=P144019
    http://kids.kornet.net/cgi-bin/Boardlist?Article=AnonymousSerious&Num=144028&Position=P144036
    http://kids.kornet.net/cgi-bin/Boardlist?Article=AnonymousSerious&Num=144081&Position=P144087

    Disgusting, disgusting, really disgusting.
    I’ll be a girl of Walmart laborer rather than Korean male.
    This blame by Korean males, http://bbs4.worldn.media.daum.net/griffin/do/country/bbs/read?bbsId=N006&articleId=1581&pageIndex=34&searchKey=&searchValue=
    is not deservable to Korean women.

  • http://gypsyscholarship.blogspot.com/ jefferyhodges

    What would be really funny would be a series of people from various places doing this, one after another. My kids and wife have been practicing it and getting pretty good. At first, my wife kept laughing as she tried it, but I told her to pretend that the kids had done something bad, and she got it. It really sounds like a complaint.

    Jeffery Hodges

    * * *

  • http://hojupjimong.wordpress.com/ JiMong

    This clip just made to front page of Daum
    Soon, we will see many copycat versions.

  • likejazz

    that’s so funny! :)

  • railwaycharm

    “How do we know that pawikirogi and wjk are really Koreans? They could be non-Koreans trying to make Koreans look racist or stupid.”

    Like a couple of retards trying to f*ck a doorknob (Shout-out to Patches O’Houlihan)

  • wjk

    f*ck you, Railwaycharm. Yeah You. Railwaycharm. Since you said it first. You should expect something back, should you not?

  • railwaycharm

    You guys are too easy. I needed a good laugh, thanks!

  • http://www.kimchiman.com Kimchiman

    I hope no one will mind (bad form, being tacky, or whatever) if I post a comment here about some of the comments on my vid. I’m just surfing around to see what people are saying, out of plain old curiousity.

    “Curzon, he’s having some fun with the old Arirang folk song. He speaks fast but his intonation and pronounciation is very good, if not almost perfect. I would guess he lived in Korea a long time ago. But I don’t think he’s a fluent speaker.”

    Lived there from ’85 to ’87. Far from being fluent, my Korean sucks very badly. Good call. I’ve never had a reason to work on it since being here in Canuckistan for the past 20ish years.

    “Another testament to the career-developing benefits of the Korean language!”

    What career would that be?

    Anyway, I’m looking forward to more videos like this from others, be they copycat or not. I just wish I had some ideas for another vid, but I don’t – none that are probably worth watching, anyway. When I posted the Arirang thing, I honestly only expected it to be seen by a few friends, and had no idea that it would get all the hits it did.

    Anyway, I don’t have any intelligent thoughts, so I will bow out.

    대머리 아저씨, over and out.

  • http://www.law4u.net CyberBeggar

    Hi, Mr. Kinchiman!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnrxjHtMVk8
    Is she your wife?
    Oh, if it’s correct, I envy her.
    If you know good Canadian bachelors, let’s introduce them to Korean females.
    Here, htto://www.law4u.net gathers good, single, educated Korean females.

    You’re here, http://www.law4u.net/tech/board.php?board=ktrivia&page=2&command=body&no=74 , too.
    I’ll be pleased with your comment there. :)

  • http://www.slg.co.kr Brendon Carr

    What career would that be?

    Why, the career you now could develop as a “talent” in Korea, if you wanted to!