Published on Oct 17, 2017
I think Korean people don’t have discrimination. Only Some of people ‘s action is making problems. Let’s watch how real Korean think of black people
* This is old video of ‘Korean Guys’
Published on Oct 17, 2017
Comments • 391
Quietly In The Corner 사리나
Quietly In The Corner 사리나2 weeks ago
As a black woman it’s good to know that your appreciated by another culture. I feel like we both have more to learn from each other but we still can still call each other brothers and sisters
Singaporean In Korea
Singaporean In Korea1 month ago
This is really a very uplifting video to watch. 분위기가 너무 좋다! I think a lot of people think racism is very serious in Korea only because they don’t understand that its because Korean’s can be very shy in the face of people who are very different, especially as different as a black and might therefore behave in a way that accidentally give the wrong impression.
Alex4 weeks ago
The intentions of this video is not malicious, however it does show that there is still a long way to go as far as cultural understanding of Black people. The first and only being – we are not all the same. We are not all good at sports, have cheery demeanors or will smile at you when you make eye-contact. Not all of us can dance, sing or perform under any given moment. We come in all shapes and sizes. Some of us are mean, some of us are good-natured and thus not everyone will take kindly to being called black hyung or noona. You have many ignorant people who happen to be black, and many intelligent and forward thinking people who happen to be black. Some will assume things about Korea, others will not even know Korea exists. Many will be a fan of Korean culture others will fetishise it in the same narrow minded way people would do to us because of the colour of our skin. The real crux here – we the black people are human and like the rest of the human race we are individually complex and unique. Now by all means learn all the cultural bests – Black american culture, Caribbean, African, Afro-Latino and Australasian Aboriginal black culture. We come in all shades, languages and of different faiths. I know this video isn’t supposed to represent all Korean thoughts, and it’s a cheery open discussion that will get others talking and being open-minded about people they may have heard or seen negative things about. I just wanted to also add my two scents and say – we are just people like you, we are not one way.
Kit Bina4 weeks ago (edited)
Sabina J if you happen to see this message me!! This vidieo is really sweet, I remember when I became best friends with my first Asian friend not from the States, and she was like these guys, she had so many questions about black people, Americans how they differ ..etc, in her country Africans would visit but not many Black Americans. She had never met any other groups of black people either. We had some of the best conversatoin and Both loved learing of each others culture. We all have a awsome story to tell, it’s great making frineds form different backgournds.
Fatim Gassama1 month ago
They are so cute , as a black girl I feel so happy 😘
Candy1 month ago
im black and 5’4 i dont know if thats short to you guys or not but im the shortest compared to my mother and i think its sweet to call us ‘black sister’ or ‘black brother’
101TamaraJones4 weeks ago
I’m Black and I think this is very kind and sweet. ❤ I and a lot of “Black Sisters” I know would love you guys! 😙😙😙😙😙
Nini Mitchell3 weeks ago (edited)
i love this it wasn’t only talking about black men or women but blacl people in general it was funny as well especially the church part like aye black people church really do be lit though.
Елена Кан1 month ago
Ой какие люди появились на канале ,давно вас не было
LA3 weeks ago
lol, you guys are all cute… MUAH!!! Koreans do have a lot of African (black brother and sister ) features like us. full lips, interesting nose, and the temperament at time.. and yes some of you guys can really dance
Sips Tea Lightly
Sips Tea Lightly3 weeks ago
What a positive video! I plan on teaching in Korea, and although I am mixed with black and white, I usually just describe myself as black. I think a lot of black people (especially Americans) are scared they’ll face discrimination abroad like they do at home. Seems like that won’t be the case in Korea! I can’t wait to go! 😗
потом придумаю1 month ago
Мне кажется что человек не зависит от цвета кожи и разница только в восприятии этого человека окружающими
ĚVàŇÎÅ ŤÝĄŇ1 month ago
Догюю💕 я по нему скучала🌸
Thulani Jeffries4 weeks ago (edited)
This gives me hope, too cute my brothers! They are so respectful, good education it’s very important for life.
thefan frfr Jassonpeak
thefan frfr Jassonpeak3 weeks ago
This video is so nice and uplifting!! Loved it even if I’m white I agree 👏🏻
Fai Ogoniok1 month ago
Dongyu!!! aw))) You comeback! happy
falloutgirl9023 weeks ago
I didn’t know whether I wanted to click on this but now I’m glad I did haha it was sweet
Валентина Кошелева1 month ago
Всё здорова вы супер ,но почему у корейцах мужчин у всех почти одинаково причёсаны и подстрижены волосы
Lily Dixon3 weeks ago (edited)
I loved every minute of this video! This was so sweet. I have one Korean friend in England and she is so sweet. I can see alot of her mannerisms in the way these young men speak. They are actually really genuine people who don’t tend to pre-judge and just take you as you come.
ОН Ил1 month ago
Нет там проблем с чернокожими ! всё это политические игры и способ получить преференции .