What do you guys think about CurrentlyHannah? She's an Australian youtuber who is currently working in Japan for a year. She works as a face character at Disney. I like her a lot. She mostly posts video's of her exploring the outside world, which has become rare among j-vloggers lmao She used to work at Universal Studio's Japan, so there are some video's up from when she lived in Osaka as well.
The entire video I was like "Mention some history, mention some history" Didn't think it was going to happen, but she mentioned it. That's a big win in my book, even if it was super short and she didn't really look into it beforehand. I do find it a bit weird that a place of forced labor under colonial rule is now an theme park though, but that's just me.
I wonder what took her so long, Sunny's video from this day came out 2 weeks ago. It can't be that she's just that slow with editing. Though admittingly she did go on a holiday to Canada, that might be the reason for the delay?
Most people find her boring and some people don't like the fact that she doesn't act her age. Plus she comes across as disingenuous . The boring aspect is the most common complaint though. That and her video's, the ones on her Sharmander channel, just aren't that great. Others will fill you in a bit more.
Oh I see what you mean. I just guess it's in my awkward nature to find it impolite. Of course I come from a country where no brand would even think about heaving a limited sale with the flag, so that influences my mentality as well. But I agree that everyone should be able to buy it. It's just that I personally would feel uncomfortable, so obv I wouldn't buy them lol
Is it me or does "AnnyeongSharla" sounds like a kiddie channel meant to teach simple Korean to small children. "Hi everyone! It's AnnyeongSharla and today we're going to be learning all about colours yaaay!!!"
Those paid video's sponsored by cities are going to stop if she only posts on her unprofessional Sharmander channel. Hope she isn't counting on them. Man is it too much to ask for a vlogger who focuses on culture and history? I still have hope for Sharla's adventure in Korea, but it's practically non-existent. I just really want to watch a video and become a little bit smarter than I was before watching it you know.
If she can live without plushies for maybe years before they find a bigger place, do you really need them? Her parents could like donate half and I'm sure she wouldn't even notice. Anyway, I really really hope she does some video's on Korean history but I'm not holding my breath. OT If anyone knows a k-vlogger that focuses on history and visiting historical sites let me know.