πŸ‘©πŸΏβ€πŸ¦± asking koreans the 'korean n word' | social experiment



excuse me I have one question do you know what um means no yeah yeah I want to know what you mean okay do you know what come come to me means someone said come to me come to me come to me hey guys she here today I am here with Donna and honey on University what are we gonna do here today we're going to be talking to green people asking them about some words that are used towards black people here in Korea such as who kyung-hoon are these are some words that could mean people usually refer to to black people and come to me equivalent for the n-word and the thing about these words is they don't have an equivalent refer to other races other than black people so we will be finding out what would they think about these words positive or negative would they have any thoughts about the experts in it towards black people have you ever heard these words yeah several times nah I'm sorry about that night time good night well without further ado let's jump into the video all right let's go hi um I have a question do you know what companies there is is what I don't understand someone said come to me come to me come to me come to me come how do you say come to me someone like a while ago yeah come to me it means little you said that I don't know how to spell it so I don't know what it means racism is a bad word is rude what does it mean like Oh for black people I someone for so he's quite a racist word basically oh shit Wow oh really no because someone said it yeah someone said it sorry I wanted to know what you mean said was it backwards oh that's a bad word that worked out nautical is it like the n-word oh yeah oh really oh my god oh oh thank you for telling me why because I was working pieced I thought it was like a compliment or something like that but it's not oh wow oh no it's okay it's not your fault it's not your fault okay thank you Jesus oh honey you know what fortunes are removable so it's obvious or do you okay to go oh I was I was going to cry was for kids well I hope we I shoot thank you oh she poached me excuse me I have one question um do you know what means yeah are you asking about the video yeah yeah I heard a word and I don't know what it means no do you know what it means yes someone said that to me because someone used the word to me record you like that someone but I don't know do you know yeah yeah I want to know what you mean I learned Korean I know noona is big sister but I don't know why someone call me that hey what's that what's the word for it in English Oh black so it's like black or the sister life before a sister black black sister older sister black but why would you say that to someone that's an important way to track America sir okay is it good or is it bad not is it a positive or negative word is it positive or is it negative okay Oh Roger it's part of that word okay look not not negative okay it's kind of a friendly friendly time nothing negative it's just in the middle okay good but like hip-hop style he box down do you have the same term for white people not only for black people do you have the same one for white people no do they have the same word for white people no only for black people oh oh okay strange person do they have the same time for white people either I need two black people is that thank you play so they say picking up pick pick on those they don't use it okay ping ma then I use it I would okay why is it only forgotten do you know I collect been misery good exercise okay so that's what he meant okay but why aren't you from black people okay okay don't get hurt I think oh okay oh okay do you use that word you don't use it don't you see okay oh okay do you use this word yeah do you say no you don't use the word that if you don't say it means it's so good is it Toya Singh and then take a IQ enough thank you did you understand what they were saying yeah they were describing the term yeah but it wasn't positive I mean I understand what they mean cuz like you know how usually black people are perceived that's very cool like you know athletic so usually it's like this term they have a respect towards black people ball like I don't like that term personally because I don't feel like it's a compliment I mean I wouldn't see myself saying no I know or neuron well I wouldn't say yeah yellow brother yellow sis what I don't know it's just I have mixed feelings about a good example would be like if someone is right you look good for black person they mean it in a good way but if you think about it like does it mean that black people as a whole are ugly taking a few steps backward actually took time to think about it and I saw this time was not available for like other races and exactly so that's when I realized okay this is not new and so who took young and who now it stands for black says black bro you know is it time that usually Korean people might use referring to black people Oh although they mean it in a good way in like a praising way it's not actually such other compliments if you think about it and the other world come to me that one is just an equivalent for the n-word and there is it baby city miles put on it




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  1. Hi ! Everyone ! First of all, I would like to thank Jay for giving me the chance to do something like this. As a black person learning Korean, there have been numerous times where I have felt discouraged by certain words they use towards β€˜us’. the amount of times I’ve heard people telling me, why would you learn their language, they don’t even like you. However, I figured it would be more meaningful to get past this and seek to educate people for the better. Finally, I got the chance to do so thanks to Jay. I hope you enjoy the video and don't think we were just trying to make people uncomfy for our own pleasure. It is an ongoing issue and in my way I tried to contribute to make a little change πŸ™‚

  2. I really like Donna, she's so sweet but at the same time really strong. I don't know if it makes sense xDDD Thank you for this collab videos β™₯

  3. λˆ„κ°€ μ“°λŠ”κ±° λ΄€λŠ”λ° λ’·ν†΅μˆ˜ κ°œλ•Œλ¦¬κ³  싢더라!!!

  4. The first part with 2 boys and 1 girl is ready to punch the person who said it. The guy immediately ask "who said it?" "Who the fuck said it?"

    If anyone literally say that, i'll fly to korea just to punch that person.

  5. Awesome video, make a video" someone from different religion (maybe muslim) is harrased in public
    (I would be more than happy to collaborate)

  6. Ngl in spanish we have something similar to the meaning ν‘ν˜•/ν‘λˆ„λ‚˜. Hispanics often use "nicknames"/pet names based on looks, so you often hear people say "negrita, negrito" meaning "black." Some use "paliducha, paliducho" meaning pale. And even other names as "gordita/o, flaquita/o" meaning chubby, and skinny. At the same time there are all types of latinos; white, black, brown, asian etc

  7. ν‘ν˜• ν‘λˆ„λ‚˜ 쓰지쒀 말라고 λ”λŸ¬μš΄ μΈμ’…μ°¨λ³„μ£Όμ˜μžμƒˆλΌλ“€

  8. How you see things also depends on the context. Black people are called negro here in Bangladesh, by everyone – urban or rural. But it's not used as a malicious word. Thing is, they're introduced as the "negro" people by the British when the Indian sub-continent was part of the empire. For us, that's just a name for a certain people. However, they're also seen as fundamentally "good" since they were a subjugated race. For Bangladeshis who don't know the meaning of that word, negro simply stands for people from the African continent. I don't think most of them are even able to comprehend that it COULD be a bad word at this point.

  9. Im poc (asian) but not black, but personally i feel like saying "black girl and black guy is usually cool/hiphop/athletic" is basically a subtle racism as well. Blacks has been stereotyped for sooo long with the terms "mafia" "gangster" "street style" "rough" "tough" "drugs" and negative dark words, and personally i find people saying "blacks are usually cool and hiphop" is their subtle way of agreeing that blacks = gangsterism, mafia, drugs, alcohols, negative dark sht. Just my 2 cents tho

  10. ν‘λˆ„λ‚˜ (heuk nuna) can be perceived different ways. It depends on how the person uses and says the word (the tone they use is very important like mocking or respect)
    For example if a stranger said 'oi, heuk nuna!' And laughs off with his mates that is used as a negative term and is also considered rascist. However heuknuna can be positive/neutral. For example if a friend or someone said 'that heuknuna is very fast!!' the term 'heuknuna' is used as a positive way for admiring/respecting or describing who they are talking about. However, 'that heuknuna is very fast' can also be said negatively if the exclamations marks are erased thus changing the tone. It can still be positive however, the tone will determine whether it was meant out of respect or because they were stereotyping black people and making fun of how dark her skin is (rascism)

    I hope I explained it well so that it is easy for people to understand but I have noticed that many people have used the term heuknuna not realising that they are actually being rascist. It can be considered negatively or normal however, I think it is mainly used to discriminate towards a black person
    I'm not trying to be rude, I'm just clarifying for the people who are unsure what it means

  11. thank you so much for this video and donna you did a great job! i got very emotional while watching this. thank you so so much, this video was needed!

  12. 무슨 쑴경이야 μ‘΄λ‚˜ 웃기넀 γ…‹γ…‹ ν‘ν˜• λ‹ˆλ„€κ°€ μ–΄λ–¨ λ•Œ μ“°λŠ”μ§€ μ•„λŠ”λ° γ…‹γ…‹γ…‹

  13. 외ꡭ인이 μ—†μ„λ•Œ 6.25μ§€λ‚˜λ©΄μ„œ 우리 ν• μ•„λ²„μ§€λ•Œ μ•„λ§ˆ 흑인보고 λ§κ·ΈλŒ€λ‘œ ν‘μΈμ΄λž€ 말은 κ·Έλ‹Ήμ‹œ μ—†μ–΄μ„œ ν† μ’…μ–΄λ‘œ 깜λ‘₯이라 λ§ν•œκ²λ‹ˆλ‹€ 인쒅 μ°¨λ³„μ΄λž€ 단어도 μ—†μ–΄λ‹΅λ‹ˆλ‹€ κ·Έλ‹Ήμ‹œλŠ” μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ΄ μˆœμˆ˜ν•΄μ„œ κ·Έλ ‡κ²Œ λΆˆλŸ¬κ΅¬μš”
    μ§€κΈˆμ€ 닀양은 ν‘œν˜„μ€ μ•Œμ•„μ„œλ“€ νŒλ‹¨γ…Ž

  14. ν‘λˆ„λ‚˜ is definitely derogatary term, in that the term itself can function to stamp out black people from the mainstream culture whether the speaker intended or not.
    That said, I wanna add some koreans have not been exposed to diverse culture as much as US so, some might not have meant bad when using the term. They only need a little bit of education.

  15. Jay omg I loved this video so much and it explains somethings to me in how Koreans feel about the word.Thank you 😘

  16. It’s so strange that people get picked on disliked and discrimination just because of their skin colour. It makes no sense. Humanity is such a disappointment!

  17. λ³΄λŠ”λ‚΄λ‚΄ 마음 μ•„ν”ˆ μ˜μƒμ΄μ—ˆμ–΄μš” ν‰μ†Œμ— μ•ˆμ“°λŠ” λ‹¨μ–΄λ“€μ΄μ§€λ§Œ ν‘λˆ„λ‚˜,ν‘ν˜•μ΄λΌλŠ” 단어듀은 친근감으둜 λŠκ»΄μ Έμ„œ μ‹ κ²½μ•ˆμΌλŠ”λ° 이것 λ˜ν•œ 인쒅차별적인 λ°œμ–Έμ΄λΌλŠ” 것을 μ˜μƒμ„ 톡해 λ°°μ›λ‹ˆλ‹€ μ˜μƒ κ°μ‚¬ν•΄μš”πŸ™πŸ»
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