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Footage of South Korean politician leisurely sliding luggage to aide at airport goes viral

By KpopJoA   Thursday, May 25, 2017   29,302   413   59



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South Korean politician Kim Moo Sung from the Bareun Party is receiving much attention for his seemingly rude act after leisurely sliding his lime green luggage to his aide in Gimpo Airport without even greeting him or giving his aide a glance.

As the video went viral, travelers were asked to refrain from causing a ruckus in performing parodies of the luggage pass at Jeju Airport.

That didn't stop comedian Yoo Byung Jae from parodying it.

Going as far as to coin the move "No Look Pass" from basketball where the player makes a blind pass at his teammate while tossing the ball in the other direction, many are giving various responses to his behavior. Some are praising him for his boss swag move while others shamed him for his unprofessionalism and rudeness.

Netizens commented, "I'm at Jeju Airport now and the guide just announced an official warning to not play around imitating Kim Moo Sung," "Just got off the phone with someone who's at Jeju Airport and the Kim Moo Sung's no look pass parody has apparently gone viral."

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Here are some gifs that netizens created where the aide gets pay back:

What are your thoughts? Was Kim Moo Sung a boss or was he rude?

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MrKarma Saturday, May 27, 2017

He came in like a BOSS! Those people who think it rude? Have fun in your subservient jobs for the rest of your life. Oh yeah, and get used to it. ;)

LittleSukie Saturday, May 27, 2017

Rude AF. I love the gifs tho and I have to admit I tried this with my flatmates. We've been sliding an orange suitcase through our flat since 2 a. m Friday XD.

ilovecake99 Friday, May 26, 2017

It's like the Dean scream all over again. Love it when the public doesn't care about actual news and focuses on minor gaffes like it. Makes democracy so much healthier.

_Jarhon Friday, May 26, 2017

lilianlo Friday, May 26, 2017

That was rather a snobby move. I just like the gifs at the end.

Ryen Friday, May 26, 2017

The video looked hilarious, but yeah, I can see why Koreans would find that inappropriate. I mean, is it so hard for him to give the aide a nod of acknowledgement or say thank you?

CamelKnight Ryen Friday, May 26, 2017

Not just Koreans. I find this very rude too. No matter what kind of position you've obtained, this is no way to treat a fellow human being.

hexrealm Friday, May 26, 2017

So rude and he has the look of an arrogant man.

SuperFly_Snuka Friday, May 26, 2017

how is this rude?

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LyndaO1 Friday, May 26, 2017

This is just plain rude.

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