Working as KTV Girl in Beijing | China Life Updates – Beijing Video



published: 2018-02-17 13:28:11

Although I am not particularly proud of this experience, I should admit it was the most fun and memorable time I had in China. I reckon it’s because it was only a temporary job for me, and also because I was very lucky, but still I have no regret and I am grateful for all the fun I had, opportunities given, and people I got to meet during the job.

I am sharing my experience to let everyone know about some parts of Chinese culture, what I experienced, felt, learned and decided to do. I just hope you enjoyed listening to my story, and if you disagree with me on certain parts, let me know in the comment section. But please don’t be too mean. I have feelings too.

On the legality on this job (just in case some pose question about it), if you are a foreigner and don’t have a proper work visa, everywhere you go, whether it’s China or elsewhere, you are working illegally. The job itself isn’t banned by the government. However, I am not promoting this job whatsoever.

Wish me luck in Shanghai. If anyone is in the city, please let me know so that we could meet up!

!Timeline!

1. What is KTV? 1:20

2. What do KTV Girls Do? 2:22

3. How I Got this Job 5:25

4. How was my Experience? 8:02

5. What I Liked About this Job 11:36

6. What I Disliked About this Job 13:58

7. Why I Left this Job 14:59

8. The Biggest Takeaway for Me 16:13

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  1. Hi guys! Please check the description box for the timeline of each part and my small personal message, and also feel free to use English subtitle that I’ve put up if you find some parts inaudible. Thank you for watching! Please let me know if anyone is in Shanghai! xoxo

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  2. Wow! You're so brave! Good luck in Shanghai!

    Side note: which language will you write the novel: Korean or English?

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  3. Thank you for sharing! May you find more happiness in your journey to come. Stay safe 🙂

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  4. Happy Lunar new year Vicky! I wish all the best for you in ShangHai. I stayed for a week and I love the city. Hope you will enjoy as much as I do!

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