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This Korean school game looks as painful as it does hilarious
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It's pretty well accepted that life as a child is far more carefree than life as an adult.

Instead of spending all your time at work, you can while away your days hanging with your friends and inventing silly games.

Maldukbakki is one such silly game. It originates in Korea (although it is said that similar versions exist in Mexico, India, and the Philippines) and it involves team members putting their heads between each other's legs to form a line.

The opposing team then tries to break the chain by jumping on their backs. If the chain holds strong, a game of rock scissor paper is held to decide if the teams should switch, or if the attacking teams should get another go.

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It all seems pretty simple, although given the extra size and weight most of us carry as adults, it is probably not advisable to try, right?

This isn’t the conclusion that Youtube star ‘Korean Englishman’ came to as he and his friends tried to recreate the game. The result is something that looks as painful as it does hilarious.

If you want to recreate the video and give the go over the weekend, then make sure to watch the video above to confirm how things should work!

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