Top 10 Scary Korean Urban Legends - Part 2
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One of the first Urban Legends videos we did was Korean Urban Legends - in many ways, it spawned the whole series. Its let us cover a whole bunch of different countries so I thought, why don't we return to Korea and take a look at some more. I know some of you say that Korea has the scariest stories by far, let's look at some more and see how many others agree - my name is Danny Burke, this is the Top 10 Korean Urban Legends - Part 2
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The final story is actually true. I was stationed in Korea back between 07-10. There was actually a guy who did this, the guy went to a local shaman and was told to place a cockroach next to his bedside. Mind you, it wasn't on night though, the guy did this consecutively for around 3-4 years. It was confirmed when he died that roaches were in fact, under his skin and had been laying eggs for an extended period of time.
I had a similar dream but instead my grandma was standing at the edge, and a huge alligator came out of the water lunging at her. AND SHE FRICKING STARTED TO PET THEM AND THREW SOME MEAT IN THE WATER IT WAS SO FUNNY and she was okay! This just shows my grandma is a badass.
Oh also my grandma isn’t dead so I’m okay uwu
The 1,2 might means she is counting their eyes because think about it. The first time she repeated it a few times with all the students in there then when it was just the one student she only said it about two times THEN took out her eyes.
There is another one this is called 'white string' a girl begged her parents to get her ears perciced her parents always said no and that shes to young her parents finally said yes her mom gave her some money she told her to go to the mall and get her ears percied she didn't she went friends house her friend percied her ear with a needle the next day at school her ear hurt and was itchy she went to the bathroom and she saw a white string she pulled it the string seem to never end so she cut it she passed out she woke up in the hospital ever thing was black the nurse told her that it wasn't a white string it was her omtamal cord its the cord that helps you see.
I'm a korean and I've heard of a few of these when I was little...... The elevator one scared the f out of me as a kid so for some time I couldn't ride the elevator alone at night. My family lived on 11th floor so I always had to call my parents to come down and greet me on the first floor. Then I grew up and learned it was just some made-up story, but I still get the chills when I ride the elevator with someone else late at night... Anyways great collection!
I am such a wuss that if the 1-2 lady would have been there I wouldn't have opened my eyes EVER, because at night when I feel the spirit coming (pretty sure my apartment is haunted) I just close my eyes until I fall into a deep sleep.
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