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This Korean Flight Attendant Quit Her Job And Now Shes Making $25,000 A Month
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This Korean Flight Attendant Quit Her Job And Now Shes Making $25,000 A Month

This Korean girl was a flight attendant until she decided to quit her job.. and start making $25,000 a month!

Jung Sora did this by streaming live on a popular Korean platform, AfreecaTV. These streamers are called BJs in Korea.

On the streams, Sora talks about her life as a stewardess and simply talks with her dedicated fans.

Popular users on AfreecaTV can make $$$$ for simply being attractive or eating an insane amount of food (Mokbang).

Jung Sora made $2,500 a month while being a stewardess for Korean Air, but after quitting to stream, she’s making more than $25,000 USD.

Korean and international fans in disagreement over celebrities manner hands
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Korean and international fans in disagreement over celebrities manner hands

These photos of male Korean celebrities have been causing mixed reactions between Korean and international fans.

Photos of these manner hands have been circulating the internet, causing international fans to be disappointed and Korean fans to be frustrated with international fans. However, this is purely due to the differences in culture between international and Korean fans.

Korea is a country that puts high importance in respect, politeness, and tradition, which is where the gesture called manner hands stems from. Western fans, however, view these gestures as hover hands. Hover hands are known to represent awkwardness, and men generally dont do hover hands with women if theyre comfortable around them.

[Video] 1st Making-of and trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie
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[Video] 1st Making-of and trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Taxi Driver"

1st Making-of and trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Taxi Driver"

With Song Kang-ho, Thomas Kretschmann, Yoo Hae-jin, Ryu Jun-yeol, Park Hyeok-kwon, Han Seong-yong,...

The movie depicts stories about a taxi driver, who accidentally went to Gwangju in 1980s, amid the May 18th Democratic Uprising against Military Regime.

Release date in Korea : 2017

Source:www.hancinema.net/kor...