There was this one day I had to go to the bathroom, but then a couple of my friends were jump-roping and asked me to join in. Apparently, I was so excited to jump rope that I completely forgot I had to go to the bathroom. While one of my friends was jump roping, she messed up and fell. I started laughing my head off
SEAL, doctor, astronaut: Jonny Kim goes where few Korean Americans have gone before
Looking for a sad film to watch? We have made a list of 10 Korean movies that will guarantee some waterworks by the end of each of these films! There are an assorted collection of films around the world that can get you feeling all types of ways, but we are here to present to you a list of 10 Korean movies that will guarantee a drop of tear or two. For those just looking to watch some good Korean movies, we want to mention that some of these films feature popular and good-looking Korean actors like Jang Dong Gun, Won Bin, and Kang Dong Won. All of these movies have been praised and rated highly in Korea. We promise that each and every one of these movies are worth a watch!
Or just a really joyful person. Or really good at hiding your emotions. Get the tissues ready and hide the soju — here are some of the saddest Korean movies. A coma patient-turned-ghost is trying to solve the mystery of her accident with the help of a handsome insurance investigator. Watch Now.
Distressing footage shows a five-year-old girl crying uncontrollably as she is dragged through a wedding ceremony in a forced marriage in India. The child was one of many boys and girls being wed at a mass ceremony in Rajasthan, which has some of the highest rates of underage marriage in India. Footage showed another girl breaking down as male relatives physically forced her through the necessary rites, while many of those being married or betrothed appeared to be under 10 years old. The Saarthi Trust, a local charity that campaigns against child marriage, said the video showed a ceremony in the city of Chittorgarh.