Don't be fooled by the name, this is not a safe game of Bingo. In AKBingo , contestants play a game of dodgeball. One punishment involved two girls blowing an insect through a tube. The loser had to eat the insect. For this game, the contestants are put through a series of challenges, such as throwing bean bags, in order to remove the boxes in front of the girl.
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The bizarre South Korean game of Dong Chim - where children are allowed to poke you in the BUM
Anybody who has seen on the dark side of the Internet knows that Japan has some seriously bizarre things to offer. Japanese game shows are no exception. The concepts, ideas, and how they all play out are baffling, entertaining, but downright crazy. Some almost qualify for physical abuse, while others flaunt gaudy attire. As the name suggests, eminent personalities are fed things that could or could not be candy. It is up to them to land the right answer.
Kancho: Japan’s Socially Acceptable Butt-Poking Game
The bizarre hobby is practised by children of all ages across South Korea, and is treated by adults as a perfectly normal prank. In fact, when one Korean town wanted to build a statue of two youngsters frolicking by the ocean, they decided one child should be jabbing the other in the bottom. No, let's go with that hallmark of youthful innocence, prodding your pal in the posterior. Stranger still, in , a South Korean game developer created an arcade machine for the Japanese market based around the prank. Called Boong-Ga Boong-Ga, the aim of the game is to gain maximum points by plunging a plastic finger into a bum as hard as possible.
For people in East Asia however, having a stranger suddenly try and poke you in the arse with their outstretched index fingers is an unfortunate prank that can befall an unsuspecting victim at any time. But where did this craze come from, can anyone play, and are the rules really as simple as just poking someone up the butt with your fingers? Some say it comes from a style of karate, called Shourinji Kenpo, with the move mistakenly being documented by martial art master Masutatsu Oyama, founder of Kyokushin Karate, as he was forming his own style.