(T/n: this is from a show called 진격의 할매 (Attack Grandmas) where guests come to share their stories to grandmothers)

On this day, the distressed woman appeared with piercings all over her face, surprising the grandmothers. Ko Min-nyeo said, "I had piercings on my body, but now I don't have them anymore and I have 29 on my face."

Na Moon-hee, who looked at the distressed woman carefully, asked, "Didn't you have (piercings) in your mouth too?", and Ko Min-nyeo said, "That's right. I also did it on my tongue and tooth," and revealed them afterwards. The grandmothers showed their concerns saying, "Isn't it painful?" and Ko Min-nyeo replied, "There is nothing painful or uncomfortable. There were no problem with my tooth either."

Kim Young-ok asked, "Did you have them when you went to school?" and Ko Min-nyeo said, "I went to school like that" At this, Park Jung-soo was taken aback, saying, "She does so because she likes them, so how can she feel inconvenienced?"

Ko Min-nyeo said, "If you go around like this, people will say, 'Isn't your parents like you?', 'Your eyes are rotting', 'I can't look at you because I'm too burdened', and 'It's really disgusting'".

When Na Moon-hee asked, “What is your current dream?”, Ko Min-nyeo replied, “I came here because I was worried. Then, "My professor told me, 'If you want to be a teacher, you should take off the piercings right?', but I have no intention of doing that."

Kim Young-ok said, "It's impossible to be a teacher with that kind of attitude," and Park Jung-soo also pointed out, "It will be difficult for parents to entrust their children to you because of your appearance."

When Ko Min-nyeo complained, "Isn't it wrong to say that people are problematic based on their appearance?", Kim Young-ok said, "Even if the teacher's qualities are outstanding, if they looked like that, their appearance will inevitably create a sense of repulsion."

Park Jung-soo said, "The piercings themselves are not wrong. But it's a job that deals with people, so it's impossible that people don't feel repulsed."

Ko Min-nyeo took a strong stance saying, "Rather, I think students can develop a variety of perspectives by having an unusual teacher. I want to break the prejudice against people who wear a lot of piercings. I will not hesitate to fight the law."

original post: here

1. If she becomes a fashion teacher, I'll acknowledge her

2. I just think that... it will be hard for her to get through interviews

3. Her selcas seem like a complete different personㅋㅋㅋㅋ

4. Even in the west, jobs like civil servants don't not have people with excessive tattoos and piercings. Excessive tattoos and piercings were said to be career cutters.

5. She's scary... I hope she thinks about the kids' perspectives too

6. Please don't break the prejudice

7. Who are you to break the prejudice?ㅋㅋㅋ If you want to fight the law, why even call this a "worry"? You should know better before trying to break the prejudiceㅋㅋ

8. But the kids will avoid you because they'll get scared ㅠㅠㅠ

9. I wonder where she get this confidence fromㅋㅋㅋㅋ at this point, if she gets 100 interviews, she'll get turned down by 100 of them

10. It's not being a teacher that's the issue. She won't even be able to get hired at a normal company

11. It's gonna be hard to break the prejudice so fighting

12. Uhm.... so she's saying that she's dealing with stress by getting piercings.. piercings are not wrong but having this many kinda feels like something's wrong with her mind

13. I also like piercings but becoming a teacher like that is too excessive...ㅠㅠ

14. Is... she trolling? Crazy... anyways, she'll get cut off from interviews...

15. This is way too repulsive...ㅜㅜ at least make it so that you don't shock everyone..

16. It's ok... if she gets hit with a civil request, she'll remove them herself

17. Seriously ridiculousㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

18. The kids will cry

19. Students are not even allowed to dye their hair or wear piercings so what will the kids think if the teacher looks like that.. She doesn't just have one or two but a dozen of them..

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