A video that had already gone viral in Korea is now going viral internationally, thanks to DramaFever. DramaFever subtitled the video and posted it on to their YouTube channel, generating at least 1000 views from me in the last week, as I haven’t been able to stop watching and re-watching it every time I see it getting shared.
Without checking how many views it has received since I first saw it, how do I know that his video has gone viral? When my brother– who hates email, refuses to join almost every social media network, and gets mad at any of us for “forwarding him junk” — forwarded it to me and a few other people.
Added bonus? I now know how to tell any creepy old Korean men “No” if they offer me cookies or ice cream.
Can someone please explain how “Whuh, whuh!” can be used in daily life, though? If it works for getting rid of bills and telemarketers, I’d be all over that!
Here’s the description, from DramaFever:
This may just be the cutest thing in the history of the world, ever. A Korean mother tries her best to teach her little girl an important lesson about stranger danger, and the results are less than effective, but more than adorable.