Top 10 Scary Korean Urban Legends
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Welcome back everyone to Most Amazing Top 10. It been way too long since we've done a scary video on this channel - I was struggling to find things that would creep you out and then I found some stories from Korea. I love Korea, I'm hoping to go there soon - but these stories have made me think twice, they're insane - my name is Danny Burke and I hope you guys are ready for the Top 10 Scary Korean Urban Legends …
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No.9 isn't even called "plastic surgery" nor it was in "korea"...
It's actually kuchisake-ona meaning "slit mouthed woman" and the story was wrong and she was actually naturally beautiful and she asked every men in their village "Am I pretty?" Her husband then got so mad and jealous he slit her mouthed from ear-to-ear and said "who will think you're beautiful now?"....... And she now haunts for children and asks "Am I pretty?" If the child says no she will cut them into half with her long and super sharp scissors...and when the child says yes, she will remove her mask showing her cut from her mouth to ear..... And she will ask again "Am I still pretty now?" And if the child say no, she will kill her with her scissors and if the child says no, she will cut her mouth from ear-to-ear...... and the only thing you can survive from her is to say, "Average" or "I don't know" or "so so"..... or just speak your language only if it's a hard language(not english).... And it's actually at "Japan" and not korea and there is NO plastic surgery
It's not Plastic Surgery. It's Kuchisake Onna. It depends, but Kuchisake Onna is Japanese for cleft mouth woman. Rumors were spreading in Korea like wildfire but I'll get to that.
A beautiful woman married a samurai, long ago. And this woman would go around to men in her village, to ask if she was pretty. The husband had his suspicions and sliced her face brutally, screaming "Who will think you're pretty now!" And she died of blood loss. Wikipedia has a different one, I'm loosely telling you. Now she goes around to little children in Korea or Japan. The process works like this:
Say you are walking home from a friend's house. You are young, say, eight years old. Mature enough to go outside. If you think it's Japanese, you can pretend you're walking around in Tokyo. If you think it's Korean, you can pretend you're walking around in Seoul.
This lady approaches you. She is wearing a trench coat and a surgical mask. You think, "She might be sick," or "She might be cold" and try to walk away. But she blocks you. "Am I pretty?" she says. If you say yes, she rips off her mask, showing her slit face. "Am I pretty now?" she will ask. If you say yes, she will make your face exactly like hers. But if you say no from when she asks you, she will kill you with her scissors. You can't run, as she will appear in front of you and simply slaughter you, and don't call for help either.
When she approaches you, and when she says "Am I pretty now?" you say, "So so, 50-50, average, normal, etc." And run away.
Some say you can also throw candy, money, fruits at her, and she'll stop to pick it up. But I think, to be on the safe side, just say she looks normal.
But the urban legend _didn't_ die down.
In the 1970s, people began reporting this, therefore causing the police to patrol the streets, looking for suspicious activity. Teachers began walking children home from school, just to be on the safe side. The stories soon died out, until 2004. Stories of a woman wearing a surgical mask, chasing children, began to pop up again. In 2007, a doctor revealed an old body from the 1970s. It was the body of a woman who was killed by a car, chasing children. Upon removing the mask, her face was _slit from ear to ear._
*_i suppose you don't want to sleep now, i understand_*
One time my friend jahara thought it would be a good damn joke to turn the light off in school in the bathroom while I was using it i hurriedly left scared I would see a ghost I went to machen in the 5th grade when she did this I didn’t even get to finish the rest by washing :(
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The one that says am i pretty now is a Japanese legends well if u say that sge is pretty she will open her mask but if u said no she will take her scissors and kill shes called the slit mouth woman(SCARY)
the second one is actually Japanese
it tells the story of a young beautiful woman from the ancient times who was married to a samurai he knew she was having an affair with another man plus every time she walked around the town she would catch people staring and ask them "am I pretty" so one day her husband took her and slit her throat and she bled till death.
The second one is actually called the smile her husband cheated on her, she found out and said something like am I not pretty enough or something to him. Then he got mad so he got a knife and made a mark on her face that was a smile. So now she goes country from country and dose what she did to that man that you said it on 1:16 there is more to the story
1:40 you are wrong..... that’s kuchisake sonaand you cannot run from her after you say YES.... so yes you die... say no you die. The only way you can run from her is by saying something like so so and I guess and AM I PREETY ?....... and also she is found in alone and dark alleyways and not subway
The plastic surgery one is not from Korea it is from Japan and it is about a beautiful women got carved a smile by his husband with a katana and her spirit haunts kids by asking them If they say no she will kill them and if you say yes she will open her mask and ask you again if you run away she will appear in front of you again
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