A satire of students who went to Shinchon to spend 500,000 won a month in pocket money (video)

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

YouTube ‘Fun things are coming’

[인사이트] Reporter Seong Dong-kwon = These days, it is shocking that the monthly allowance money of teenagers has been revealed.

Recently, the YouTube channel ‘Fun Things Are Up’ released a video titled, “This is the end of this Sinchon restaurant.”

In the video, Satire conducted an interview with citizens to find restaurants in Sinchon.

In the process, four students who recognized satire actively participated in the interview and recommended the gopchang restaurant.

InsightYouTube ‘Fun things are coming’

The satire, who was recommended to gopchang, which cost more than 20,000 won per person, was a bit too burdensome for students to eat, asked the students for pocket money.

One student replied, “I think I spent more than 500,000 won this month.”

The student next to me also replied, “I do the same,” making the satire surprising.

The satire recalled the past, saying, “I had 500 won in pocket money at the time.”

InsightYouTube ‘Fun things are coming’

Netizens who saw the video could not help but be amazed at the change in student allowance these days.

They said, “At my time, it was 10,000 won a week”, “500,000 won is almost the same as college student allowance”, “The times have changed so much..?” reacted, etc.

Some netizens also expressed their opinion, saying, “Since the area is Sinchon, it is necessary to consider that it is a wealthy neighborhood.”

Meanwhile, according to the ‘Consumer Price Trend’ of the National Statistical Office, the consumer price index rose 5.4% last month, the largest increase since August 2008 (5.6%) in 13 years and 9 months.

Read Also  Samsung releases update to address app throttling issues | TechCrunch Japan

In particular, the price of food service increased from 6.1% in the first quarter of this year to 7.4% in May, increasing the burden on citizens.

YouTube ‘Fun things are coming’

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Pinterest
Pocket
WhatsApp

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Recent News

Editor's Pick