A Korean news program actually filming on the top of the building instead of using a green screen.
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I would want something behind me.... I'm notorious for leaning back.
that dance is outdated
I meant in my chair....
Why are you dancing in a chair?
he's kinky like that
Right? I’d be scared shitless just getting to and from my desk.
Well it would be a death which is remembered, especially if you where live
Well thank you for that. About the only thing I'd be remembered for
Imagine leaning back and falling down there. 😱
I like to think this is one of those wonderful moments when someone has seen another news channel with a city background, and (due to not knowing what a greenscreen is) decided this is how they must have done it, and setting out to do it too.
what if rain during live ?
That’s what they use the green screen for. For cover.
Love how safe it looks.
Well this is news to me
Maybe they can save money because they don't need to rent a large room
I take it everybody in Korea dies of lung cancer? That smog is horrendous.
That was in Hanoi, Vietnam, where they broadcasted news of the Trump-Kim summit. They has no studio there so they had to improvise.
when there is a will there is a way
\- Albert Einstein
Hmm but the smog is bad in Korea too
Sand from the Gobi desert in the spring and autumn contributes more to bad air quality than industrial fumes
Oh I didn’t know that… I guess you’re from/ have lived in Korea?
Well thanks for the info, I was always told it was smog from Beijing, probably anti China propaganda.. 한국 애서 어디에 살아요??
'Anti-China propaganda' Lol no. Research has shown that 30~40 percent of pollution in Seoul comes directly from China. About 30 percent originates locally, and the rest is sand carried over from the Gobi desert when it starts to defrost in the spring and turns into little airborne particles. I live in Suwon.
Bit of a difference between sand from a desert and smog from Beijing though isn’t there, or are you being disingenuous on purpose🤨. Suwon, nice, I’ll be there next month :)
Huh? 30~40 percent from China, probably mostly from factories on their eastern coast, I never said anything about Beijing. 30 percent locally, and the rest from the Gobi. I thought I was pretty clear on that
half smog / half camera quality
This was in Vietnam, not Korea, and yet I've seen this re-posted in various subs about a dozen times now, not even joking.
Why would someone add Korean text to it?
It's a Korean news agency, in Hanoi, Vietnam for the Trump-Kim summit
So the title is not wrong
The post doesn't say it was in Korea.
Everyone assumes it to be in Korea, thus all the comments about smog. Seoul doesn't look like this.
Smog wise Seoul looks similar, if not worse, half the time. But yeah, the buildings look nothing like Seoul.
Half the time is an exaggeration for the most part. In the winter, the Siberian winds constantly pump clean air from up North, and in the summer the Pacific blows air from the South, and so it's usually only really during spring and autumn when the Gobi desert sand and Chinese coastal pollution really starts to show in the sky of Seoul.
> Half the time is an exaggeration for the most part.
I lived there for nearly a decade, particularly in 2018 and 2019 is was close to half the year. Tbf, I was around the Wangsimni/Cheonglangni area which, for some reason, always had higher pollution numbers than the rest of the city so that may factor in.
Nice, I'm too lower middle class to be able to live in Seoul, so I haven't been there much. Your experience outweighs my anecdotes probably
It says "a Korean news program."
It's a Korean news program, currently located in Vietnam
Yes. It doesn't say in Korea. News programs broadcasting on international news and having reports abroad is completely normal.
Right. Think of it this way. Take, for example, Olympic coverage. So NBC sets up a studio or two around the Olympics in Tokyo and broadcasts news from there. Does that make them a Tokyo news program or an American one broadcasting from Tokyo?
Well you don't have to be such a condescending prick over it. It says "a Korean news program," of course people are going to think it's from Korea. They're not going to think, "Hmm, maybe this is a Korean news program broadcasting from Vietnam!"
How was I condescending?
Unbelievable 😅 humans never cease to amaze me at how far they will go
wild… I wonder if they do the same thing for the weather forecast, like being tethered off the space station, pointing out the swirls upon earths surface
wait what?? You guys using GREEN SCREENS?
Stream snipers intencifies
Ironically given how bad Korea's air pollution is looks like they still had a green screen
I was thinking it doesn’t look very much like Korea. How do you know it’s Vietnam? 😗
Because this was with the trump and Kim meeting in Vietman, they had to do it on the roof because there was no studio
Ooh I see
Air quality looks inviting.
Cloudy with a Chance of Fog Smog
They be like I can't convey real news at let's let's flim in a real background
Yeah from my understanding the smog is bad in Seoul around the end of winter, beginning of spring
Nothing new here - every stand up done outside on top of hotels etc is done the same way , and you build up a platform to raise the "talent" up higher than the parapet.
They’re lucky that they’re not in Russia
low hanging joke
Do you want hard nipples during a live broadcast, because that's how you get hard nipples during a live broadcast.
Finished with the news segment, let me just lean back a little bit.