- Netflix released a new trailer for the upcoming K-drama “Glitch” on Thursday.
- “Glitch” follows a girl named Hong Ji-hyo, played by Jeon Yeo-been (“After My Death,” “Vincenzo”), who enlists the help of a UFO enthusiast to help find her missing boyfriend, uncovering a mysterious conspiracy in the process.
- Jeon is joined by former After School member Nana (“The Good Wife,” “Swindlers”), who plays Heo Bo-ra.
- “Glitch” will be released exclusively on Netflix on Oct. 7.
The creators of Netflix’s “Extracurricular” get extraterrestrial in their newest trailer for the upcoming K-drama “Glitch.”
As seen in the trailer released on Thursday, “Glitch” follows a girl named Hong Ji-hyo, played by Jeon Yeo-been (“After My Death,” “Vincenzo”), who enlists the help of a UFO enthusiast to help find her missing boyfriend, uncovering a mysterious conspiracy in the process.
Residents demand change after girl nearly struck by SUV while crossing street in San Mateo, California
- An investigation is underway after a little girl was almost hit by a moving vehicle last week in San Mateo, California, according to police.
- Jison Hong was at a traffic stop on Sept. 14 when the camera on her dashboard caught a girl on a scooter nearly being struck by a dark SUV as she crossed the street with her father and brother.
- Police have identified the speeding driver as an inexperienced teenage boy.
- The girl's father told the station that she is doing just fine, but the family is still in shock.
- Hong and her neighbors have notified the city of issues at the intersection several times over the years.
An investigation is underway after a little girl was almost hit by a moving vehicle last week in San Mateo, California, police said.
Jison Hong was at a traffic stop on Sept. 14 when the camera on her dashboard caught a girl on a scooter nearly being struck by a dark SUV that did not stop for the girl and her family as they crossed the street.
- A video showcasing a young boy’s frustrations over having to use chopsticks has gone viral.
- The clip depicts a little boy dual-wielding a pair of chopsticks and bursting into tears upon tearing apart a piece of sushi with them.
- The comments section of the video was flooded with users sympathizing with the boy’s struggles.
- Since being posted in April of 2021, the clip has accumulated 12.5 million views, almost 600,000 likes and has been shared over 66,000 times.
A video showcasing a young boy’s frustrations over having to use chopsticks has gone viral.
Shared by the user @sarahultmann on TikTok, the clip depicts a little boy dual-wielding a pair of chopsticks and bursting into tears upon accidentally tearing apart a piece of sushi with the very eating utensils meant to help him eat it.
- A Japanese tourist traveling across the U.S. has gone viral on TikTok for his video explaining why Wisconsin is an underrated destination.
- The tourist is George Japan, a popular Japanese YouTuber who rose to fame for his videos explaining Japanese culture and reacting to poorly translated Kanji tattoos.
- In his video, George raves about the ButterBurger and fried cheese curds at the fast-food restaurant Culvers, the donuts and apple cider at Edwards Apple Orchard and the monster trucks at Walworth County Fair.
- According to a video posted on his YouTube channel, George is currently on a two-year “world tour,” meeting his subscribers in person and staying in their homes.
- He previously visited the Philippines and Canada, and is due to leave the U.S. and travel to Mexico in October.
A Japanese tourist traveling across the United States has gone viral on TikTok for his video explaining why Wisconsin is an underrated destination.
George Japan, a popular Japanese YouTuber who rose to fame for his videos explaining Japanese culture and reacting to poorly translated Kanji tattoos, has been touring the U.S since August, having previously visited New York City and Chicago. However, it seems Wisconsin has found a special place in his heart.
- Nintendo released a new eight-minute gameplay trailer for “Bayonetta 3” on Tuesday.
- The trailer shows off a number of new mechanics, such as summoning and transforming into “infernal demons.”
- “Bayonetta 3” also introduces a new playable character: the sword-wielding, “mysterious witch-in-training,” Viola.
- Viola can summon her own infernal demon, a cat named Cheshire, with which she fights alongside barehanded.
- “Bayonetta 3” will be available on Nintendo Switch on Oct. 28.
Nintendo released a new eight-minute gameplay trailer for “Bayonetta 3” during its Nintendo Direct presentation on Tuesday, nearly five years after its official release trailer.
“[Bayonetta will] fight to protect the world from the sudden invasion of man-made bioweapons called Homunculi,” Nintendo said of the third installment. Characters from the previous games that are confirmed to appear in the sequel include the journalist Luka and fellow Umbra witch Jeanne.
“House of Ho” reality TV star Washington Ho has released an official music video for his song “King of the Ho.”
Fans of the HBO reality series might recognize the song from the first episode of Season 2, in which Washington plays the song for his family as he dances and sings along.
- Legendary actor Michelle Yeoh freaked out over a bloody magic card trick performed by Asian American magician Kevin Li.
- Initially unimpressed with Li’s card trick, Yeoh says, “This is getting boring,” before the magician stabs the five of hearts card with a needle and turns it into Yeoh’s card, the four of hearts.
- The moment took place at 88rising’s Head In The Clouds music festival last month.
- As seen in older Instagram posts, Li has also performed tricks for headlining artists Jay Park and Jackson Wang.
It is a tall order to impress film icon Michelle Yeoh, but Asian American magician Kevin Li literally did the trick.
In a clip posted by Li on his Instagram account on Wednesday, the magician tries to flex his skills for Yeoh.
- A video of a pet dog biting a young boy as its owner appears to do nothing in a residential building’s elevator in India has gone viral and sparked outrage.
- The incident reportedly occurred at around 6 p.m. local time on Monday.
- The boy’s father filed a complaint at the Nandgram police station, and the woman was handed a fine of 5,000 INR (approximately $62.79) by the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation.
- An investigation is currently underway.
A video of a pet dog biting a young boy in India went viral and sparked outrage as the dog owner did nothing to help the child.
In the viral CCTV footage, the dog can be seen jumping and biting the boy’s right leg inside of an elevator at the Rajnagar Extension Charms County Society in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. As the boy clutches his leg and hops on one foot in pain, the woman accompanying the dog stays still and does not bother to check on the child.
- A 21-year-old woman in northwestern China has been rising to stardom on Douyin for sharing videos of her life as a shepherd.
- In one video, she slaughters and skins a sheep within eight minutes.
- The woman’s family owns a sheep farming business, and her daily routine includes looking after approximately 600 sheep.
- She believes her videos went viral because she does not look like a typical shepherd.
- The woman hopes that viewers do not see her as a brutal butcher.
A 21-year-old woman working as a shepherd in northwestern China has garnered over 7.2 million fans on Douyin, where she shares videos of her daily life.
The woman, named Huiran, resides in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region where she works as a shepherd for her family’s sheep farming business.
- The wedding of an Indian and Scottish couple went viral on TikTok for their unique musical medley of both cultural backgrounds.
- Two men wearing traditional Indian clothing play two-headed hand drums that appear to be dholaks, while a man wearing a kilt and a Glengarry bonnet plays the bagpipe.
- The tune that is played as the newlyweds enter the room combines both traditional Indian and Scottish music, resulting in a special rendition of “Scotland the Brave.”
- Viewers of the video applauded the combination of two traditions to form a wedding song.
The wedding of an Indian man and a Scottish woman went viral on TikTok for its unique musical medley of both cultural backgrounds.
In a video posted to TikTok on Aug. 25, the couple can be seen entering their wedding reception venue with a band of men playing traditional Indian drums and a Scottish bagpipe.
- Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to Instagram to share a video of himself sparring with mixed martial artist Khai “The Shadow” Wu before the fighter made his UFC debut against Joshua Dillon on Saturday night.
- In the video, the 38-year-old tech entrepreneur is seen exchanging punches, kicks and grapples with the 27-year-old MMA fighter.
- The video immediately gained millions of views and attracted the support of many figures in the MMA world.
- "This is great! I'm so happy to see this," UFC color commentator and podcast host Joe Rogan commented. "Training looks solid too!"
- “Yo!!! F*cking awesome Mark!” MMA superstar Conor McGregor wrote.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg lit up social media with a video of himself sparring with mixed martial artist Khai “The Shadow” Wu.
- A video of Singaporean Twitch streamer Ng Sher Ren stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
- In the TikTok video, Ng can be seen playing the first-person shooter game with three teammates before hearing a sound nearby.
- After realizing that her father is not feeling well, she abandons her online match.
- “My dad had a heart attack… his heart stopped once in the hosp [sic]. His condition is stable now,” Ng wrote in her post’s caption.
- TikTok users commended Ng’s decision to attend to her father – even if that meant losing her match.
- Ng’s video, which was posted on Thursday, has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes.
A video of a Singaporean Twitch streamer stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
TikTok user and influencer Ng Sher Ren posted the 30-second clip on Thursday. The video, which has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes, starts with a zoom in of a scoreboard and onscreen text that says, “Threw the game but saved my dad’s life.”