South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

In South Korea, you shouldn't trust everything you read online today. Nor should you trust everything you see in the classroom. With Korean kids in school in April, some of them -- but certainly not all -- take advantage of April Fools' Day to pull some pranks. Some of them get pretty dark!

This has been going on a while now, and pranks that happened nearly a decade ago were pretty hardcore. However, the country's media, such as JTBC News did last year, sometimes wonder if the kids don't go too far.

Let's ease into this, OK? Then get to the hardcore pranks.

Note: This article might contain content some readers might find objectionable.

Moving all your class' desks outside seems to be on the harmless side. It's just a pain in the arse to get them all back in the room, no?

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Picture: Photovil

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Picture: Starstar01

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

These kids moved to the... roof. Picture: Naver

Backwards clothing is also a thing, it seems.

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Most effective. Picture: KoreaDaily

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Here's a closer look. Picture: maecheon

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Picture: Pann

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Invisible students! Picture: Naver

Everybody turning their desks sideways is another prank Korean kids pull.

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Like so. Picture: Wikitree

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

So, with students, the classroom looks like this. Picture: ktcu

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Picture: Nemopan

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Picture: Kimhonghak

Some students have even pulled suicide pranks! That's rather serious, especially in a country with such a high suicide rate.

Back in 2004, this series of photos (via tipster Sang) was uploaded to Naver.

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

Note that in South Korea (as well as in other parts of Asia), people take off their shoes when they jump off buildings.

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

This is what the scene looked like below. Stuff like this has some in South Korea saying that these pranks go too far.

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

And they're OK.

(Remember if you are contemplating suicide, do talk to someone at Suicide.org -- and that's no joke.)

These photos are not an isolated incident as there are others, including:

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

[Hani]

Then, there's this photo of a shocked teacher that went viral a few years back.

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

The teacher thought that was a student dangling upside down out the window. Picture: dootablog

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

It was just a pair of pants and shoes -- kind of like this. Picture: didrod9612

And finally...

South Korean Kids Pull Hardcore April Fools' Pranks

GAH. Yes, it's just fake movie blood, but yes, file this under "going too far". Picture: Ge501st

April Fools' Day is a blast, especially when you are a kid. Some of these pranks, such as the desk flipping, are fun. Others seem like they're in poor taste. It's easy to see why the more hardcore ones raise eyebrows in South Korea -- or anywhere, for that matter.

Top picture: KTCU

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Comments

    I wouldnt really call them pranks except the clothing one with the laces tied. Most are just fun photo opportunities. On a related note, i would never lie down on my schools ground, freakin dirty.

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