- A 20-year-old South Korean actor named Kim Yoon-hee has shocked netizens with her youthful appearance and convincing portrayal of an elementary school student.
- The 10-minute pilot for the web drama “Bad Boy” was uploaded to popular YouTube channel CheezeFilm on June 18 and has since garnered over 300,000 views.
- The show follows the life of impoverished elementary school student Yoon-hee, who lives with her abusive, alcoholic father and cannot afford to go to school.
- Based on the first episode, “Bad Boy” will most likely follow the relationship between Yoon-hee and Jaehyuk, the boy who acts as her protector.
A 20-year-old South Korean actor has shocked netizens with her convincing portrayal of an elementary school student.
The 10-minute pilot for the web drama “Bad Boy” was uploaded to the popular CheezeFilm YouTube channel on June 18, garnering over 300,000 views since.
Elementary school students shower art teacher with goodbye hugs, drawings on his last day in viral TikTok
- TikTok user @itsjoshell posted a video on May 2 of her Filipino husband, known to his students as Mr. Santos, being showered in his school’s hallways with hugs and drawings during his last day of work at an elementary school.
- "My husband had his last day as an art teacher and this is how the entire school said goodbye," the onscreen text reads.
- The video, captioned “When the whole school loves Mr. Santos,” has amassed over 121,000 likes and 608,000 views so far.
To celebrate a Filipino art teacher’s last day of work, an entire elementary school gathered to give him goodbye hugs and drawings.
TikTok user @itsjoshell posted a video on May 2 of her husband, known to his students as Mr. Santos, walking past various groups of students in his school’s hallways.
While girls generally do better than boys in their elementary school years, a new study found that Asian American boys match the grades of girls as opposed to other races.
Data has shown that girls tend to get better grades than boys in grade school, with girls already outperforming boys in kindergarten, according to The Atlantic.