What do you think about this artist?
Feb 16 2014 by New Albums
Tom Todd: 1958...Bupyong 8178 Acft Maint. Center....this song came over the
loudspeakers in the village, along with "Japanese Sandman".
Iiman Barkhadle: I'm not korean and I actually sang with the lyrics, couldn't have kept up
if it was a fast song hehe
Ryan Schack: My band played this song at our concert. Well, technically, we played
variations on it. It started out with the melody and then there were 5
BiroL ÇAKIR: Awesome, lastyear I saw them in istanbul and they song this sign, I found
it on utube :D
ToErrIsHuman: Woah I teared while watching this, and I'm not even Korean!
Annie Loke: becuz the ainging is bad like (aaaaarrrriiiirraannngggg
Simone Hairston: im singing this song for choris in my school!! exept its arirang arirang
Arirang moutin calls u far away u must go. love
michael zhang: beautiful song, i wonder why there are 112 dislikes?
heavensbutterflies: I hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving and Christmnas in South Korea and
North Korea and also watch The Shriner's East West Bowl in the USA and the
Fight Hunger Football Bowl game.
Anne Sunil Stephen: beautiful song.. got tears in my eyes after listening :')
Rahul Wadke: Arirang is a beautiful song, it reminds me of my happy days in S Korea.
hawaiiangirl1470: Nice beautiful song
Ian Montefrio: very beautiful. i don't understand the lyrics, but it evokes so much
Chawfaar Bowornwattanangkoon: me too
Mike: I'm an American and every time I hear the song I get goosebumps too. The
year I spent in Korea was the pivotal year of my youth. It's a wonderful
country with amazing people.
สมชาย หอมยก: Korian Folk song
noname: I am a Korean descendent who was born in China, and now live in the USA.
whenever i listen to this song, it gives me goosebumps. I don't know, I
guess I can feel the sorrows and hardness that our ancestors had to suffer.
my American friends can't feel it, they are like "yeah, this is nice song",
i think it is more than a nice song to us as Korean. Arirang is a
motivation to us to get better and better, and unite as one.
Andrew Walk: I am half Korean.
Tibu Aguirre: Korean National Classical Orchestra.
25th,Sep,2007.KBS Music Hall.Seoul Korea.
quekgary: Love this song very much even i don't know the lyric....Bless Korea...
Nathan Clingan: Hey...I misunderstood your comment. I see now that you meant you (as a
South Korean) think the South has enough problems of its own without adding
the problems of the North. That makes sense. I thought at first you were
one of these arabs who were saying DPRK is in better condition than South
Korea...which is so ridiculous. Really, things aren't so bad in ROK!
somkham bkk: i like this song very much. Just i heard in one time a teacher korean
teaches me this song. it make me feel wonderful and i feel it used to
happen to me before THANK YOU.
Chrona Makenshi: W-what are you talking about? Does that really matter?
sc77ya: I just love to sing along to this....
Sushiirull: i thought it was such a beautiful song until my friend told me what it
meant... its still beautiful but now it's kind of heart wrenching ; _;
Sam Cchun: I love Korea, its people, I love their language, their culture, their
songs, Seoul, Pusan, Pyongyang, their musical instruments, the dynasties,
his martial art Taekwondo, their temples, their architectures. Korea is so
beautiful and I am proud to be descendant.
milbomilbo: You are wrong to equate your country's suffering with that of the Korean
peninsula and it is distasteful. Probably best to appreciate the music and
it's sentiment and not not talk about anything else.
kei takishima: it`s simply beautiful i really like it in fact im a filipino....... .....
TheRealFaridKhaleed: But some of them were brainwashed by false propaganda that was commited by
the hidden hand a.k.a freemason. I think Iran just hate the goverment. not
the people. Bcause it's haram to kill the innocent people. Even if they are
the enemies of islam. *Americans
Zac Slade: lol :) Don't fret yourself about it. From my experience with Koreans, they
might correct you once, but then they'd just be happy you like their
culture. The traditional Korean dress is "Hanbok".
Game Studios NL: I think you mean the North, r-tard.
Tomáš Lánský: Most popular song in the NK gulags.
Min Jae Choi: Enka is from the 1950s Arirang is decades before that.... do some more
research before u show the rest of the world that ur an idiot...
ponstart1123lol: Why are we talking about Muhammed blah blah blah Korea suffering blah blah
blah instead of listening to this beautiful traditional folk song? There is
a place where you can sound all smart and intellectual, but this video is
for those who enjoy music and folk songs. It's not a argument battle
ground, k? Shut up and enjoy the music.
HOWJ8: Yes President Park is something isn't she, especially with who her father
was. I am glad you take such an interest in our culture! But I must wonder,
why do you like someone like Kim Jun-Un? A mass murderer a long with the
rest of his family? I think if you like someone like that just because of
their nationality, your obsession has gone too far.
Nadee W: you are pathetic!
ilikecheesesoupNEW: you dont know how messed up the korean economy is, the cost of living is
increasing, and gas prices are off the roof. Real estate is crap,the banks
only focus on the top rich, back to why i said that it might be all happy
and all uniting the people and families but no. The people of DPRK are
brain washed and their economy is horrible. South korea's economy is bad
enough, and by the way Im a south korean if you guys didnt know.
Rach Park: He might have typed quickly...At least you understand him, don't you?
Red Scout: I do not know why islam was brought into the discussions?The reason why the
word Arirang is derived from a Evenki word is because linguistic and
anthropological studies show that Koreans are descended from several Mongol
tribes who migrated onto the Korean Peninsula from Central Asia. Linguistic
and ethnological studies have established that the Korean language belongs
to the Ural-Altaic language group which includes Turkish, Hungarian,
Finnish, Mongolian, Tibetan and Japanese.
Simon Ellison: did anyone else cry? ;~*
心母 小福福: 아시아 쩌둥 상승 및 I됩니다.
호hjcm 이기호: 우리 민족의 노래 아리랑 들을때마다 가슴을 울립니다*****
HOWJ8: You are a typical youth who thinks that US occupation is stopping
reunification. Our government wants the US here because it helps our
economy by showing national stability. There presence does a lot for us
that you don't even start to think about. Learn you're history first.
weirdbagel: Everyone but those working for the government.
Yunovus1123: well thanks too bad that picture isn't korean
Drew Lambert: Dear GarySpatzScam, those `big dresses` are acctualy traditional Korean
dress called the hanbok and I myself a Korean found that rather arrogant
progressorder: wonderful song !
yohodono1: Arirang, the most famous folk song of Korea,and it is derived from an
Evenki word. Evenki is one of Tungusic minority tribe, in north-eastern
China and In Russia. Therefore Korean is believed to be very much proud of
one of decendant of Evenki tungusic tribes if they deeply love this song.
Awesome Beautiful song!!
CartierAikens1: the woman on the far right is rocking that Shilla era hair style
jean-claude schwartz: 죄송합니다. 나는 북한 정부를 미워하지만, 좋은이기 때문에 내가 비정부 사람을 좋아해요. 당신은 북한이 미국을 파괴 할 준비가 들었나요?
Do you know the lyrics for this song?