It's Pandora.TV, which means, "If you're not running Explorer and installing ActiveX from our site or other Korean ones, fuck off."
Yet, here they are on their English site, which is, like most English pages on Korean sites, completely non-functional and an overblown press release that exists to draw in the Fantasy Foreign Investor™ who is supposed to be impressed by all this:
Founded in October 2004, PandoraTV has achieved a monthly unique user base of 15 million and close to 2 billion monthly page views, becoming the leading Internet video site in one of the most wired nations in the world. PandoraTV has pioneered the trend of user-created content (UCC) in the Korean Internet video space, and has been a leader in the so-called Web 2.0 trend.
Sorry, but that is a complete and utter crock of runny shit. At least to anything meaningful for a foreign body. And I love the look of affected glee the girl with the clown makeup has in response to a completely blank screen. A nice touch, Pandora!
I had to view that video through my Windoze running on Parallels on my Mac. Pandora.TV sucks rizzocks because it's so finicky when I try to upload videos, I had to give up in the end. It won't take MP4 files (WTF!?), and when I prepared MOV and MPEG files (which it's supposed to accept), the system was yelling at me about installing some codec, go to some site, adjust this compression ratio wingbat phaser stream whatever, blah, blah, blah.
Oh, and Foreigners Need Not Apply.™ In this day and age, with most major portals accepting foreign ID cards and utilizing other methods of non-pure blood registration, Pandora.TV just says, "Kiss my ass."
Thanks, Pandora.TV, and apologies to my readers. I couldn't find the video anywhere else.
I'll try to find the equivalent videos on MNcast, which is a Korean service that is entirely foreigner friendly (easy registration, easy uploading, easy embedding).
I always say that "Korea should have invented YouTube." Well, with such stellar thinking and planning as evidenced by Pandora.TV, it's doubly a surprise that they didn't.
Pandora.TV = "Koreans only."