Monday, May 02, 2011

Korean Kids Playing Guitar?

So I just saw the video of the five Korean kids playing guitar. If you haven't seen it, here's the clip;




I think the most amazing thing is that people actually believe these people are in kindergarten. There's no way. Those "kids" are at least 30.

To prove my point, I just did a google image search for "80 year old Korean." Here's the picture that came up:



See? Koreans are ageless. If you see a Korean, he could be anywhere from five to five hundred years old. You just never know. So when I see a video of a group of Korean "kindergartners" playing guitar, my BS sensors go crazy and I see it for what it really is: a group of highly trained 30 year old Korean guitarists. Nothing special at all. Except for their Korean agelessness.

In other news, did you know North Koreans are banned from making international cell phone calls? I feel so sorry for their citizens.

8 comments:

Josh said...

Great video. One of my friends from seminary spent a year in South Korea and loved it.

Arthur said...

Hey Rab. That's awesome. Yeah, I was surprised that it was a good video, because it came from pops. 95% of everything I get from him is junk. This was quite the jewel in the turd, if you will.

You don't blog anymore do you?

Janna said...

Midgets. Or rather, Small People. Every culture has 'em. Take note of the receding hair line on one of the ladies. Or they're puppets or marionettes. Note the head and body bopping. That's not human-like. Agreed that Koreans don't age.

Arthur said...

Hahaha, I never noticed the receding hair line.

As a side note, I thought I might have misspelled "kindergartner," but according to dictionary.com it can be spelled "kindergartner" or "kindergartener." Words are crazy. Just like fakletons?

Janna said...

Shut up. That is not how you use the word fakletons anyway... ;) I'm pretty sure that's not how you spell it either. I'm sorry we told you that story but not sorry I kicked your butt in Balderdash.

Josh said...

Nope, no more bloggin' for me. I do enjoy reading other people's blogs though.

John Murdock said...

whoah, are they robots?, they have the skill like an expert!!!!!

Selina Dorsey said...

Bought a half size guitar for my 8 year old son as a birthday present. The strings are tight and there is a replaceable one in case it got faulty since kids are not very cautious at handling stuffs. It's got the perfect weight so it makes it easier for kids to carry and the sounds are really nice. I love it when my son plays greenday's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" with it. Now my son can fulfill his dream of becoming a rock-star.