Video of 5-year-old girl asking to hold adults’ hands to cross the street in South Korea warms hearts
A video of a child asking to hold strangers’ hands to cross the street from Jaykeeout’s YouTube channel has received over 10 million views since it was uploaded on Sept. 24.
The social experiment: The video that has melted the hearts of viewers was a social experiment to see how strangers in Korea would react to a child asking for their hand to hold to cross the crosswalk.
The clip, which was shot in February on the Brussels Metro in Brussels, Belgium, shows a few Belgian actors telling Asian actors to get out of the train in an attempt to portray the discrimination that Asians face in Western countries during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A foreign woman took to the streets of Itaewon in Seoul, South Korea to casually chat with random strangers, stunning them with her perfect grasp of the Korean language.
An Asian man and a German model/YouTuber recently challenged each other in a “social experiment” to see which of them other people consider to be more attractive.
A Colombian YouTuber who pretended to fall asleep on Korean men’s shoulders has sparked a debate on social media, with some thinking the stunt was funny and others believing it was just plain gross.
On June 8, Twitter user royaltykai shared stills of a woman leaning on men’s shoulders on the subway.
A recent viral “social experiment” video testing strangers’ honesty toward a blind man has been exposed as fake.
Australian Youtuber Adrian Gee posted the video to his channel, which has over 189,000 subscribers, earlier this month, and it has since garnered over 2 million views.