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Published on Mar 10, 2017
Update after this got millions of views: I was the one who discovered this. I was watching live and it was the funniest thing I'd ever seen. I couldn't find a single reference to it on Twitter or elsewhere after 15 minutes, so I just recorded the replay function on my computer/cablebox to send it to my sister. I also put it up on Reddit and that's when it exploded. I think it's like the 12th most upvoted thing in Reddit history. BBC did a story on it and put up the clip on their own and in syndication. I did not put ads on this, of course, but BBC did activate monetization almost imminently, so all the money is, rightfully, going to the BBC. So far this video has made the BBC maybe $3-10,000, which is really cool.
This video has likely now been seen by one billion people due to all the syndication. Kind cool to think about it, all because I was chilling trying to figure out what was going on in Korea.