Korean Game: How To Play Gonggi 공기놀이 하는법

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Gonggi (공기, aka Korean Jacks) is a popular Korean children’s game, and it’s quite fun! I definitely recommend you try it as well if you can manage to get the pieces! Anyhow, hope you enjoy watching 🙂
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42 comments

  1. Rencell CellareMiles Selim 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    ITS LIKE JACKSTONES HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES THERE ARE TEN PLASTIC POINTY THING AND ONE RUBBER BALL

  2. chhimi 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    ohhh we play it a lot in Nepal as well. As a kid we used to play a lot of it with small stones and here we call it "gatta" or "gattii"

  3. Hyewonn 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    Here in Brazil, specifically in North, the old people knows about this game. I remember my grandmother teaching me how to play this game 🙈❤

  4. Najat Azouzi 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    We used to play this game too but we use seven stones not five it's too hard but fun 🇩🇿🇩🇿

  5. Kaan Kurmaz 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    This is a turkish traditional game too🤔Maybe both countries have this game because of the war in 1950?I dont know lol but I love this game

  6. Kristen Ho 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    i try to play but my fingers hurt. because i slam my fingers on the ground.anyone else do that too?

  7. Vy Nguyen 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    Thanks for the video! I have seen Shinhwa played this on their gameshow back in the days, now I finally understand the rule, especially the mess-up ones

  8. Maxwell CCH 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    We have this game in Singapore too. It's called 5 stones. Similar rules too. But is a game of the past. Kids these days might not play anymore.

  9. Lux Hair Affair Riches 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    We also played this game during my childhood in the USA. We called it Jacks! I was the queen, I could pick up all 12 with one scoop!!!

  10. Justyn MacFarland 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    Brings back memories from my childhood before I immigrated to USA in 1977. I have a set of 공기 purchased during a trip to Korea over 30 years ago. I can still play well and my daughters (20 & 17) enjoy watching me play.

  11. Aeryn v 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    I used to play this game too in Peru, we call it “Jazes”. It was really popular in my childhood, it is a really fun game. Thank you for the video 😊

  12. Its Shünmi 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    We also have this in the Philippines!We call this “Jackstones” we play it till round 10,but after round ten finishes we then have like “Cave Jackstones”Where you need to push it to the cave,theres a bunch more versions after round 10 but i don’t remember it anymore,since i dont play it now🤣

  13. yeonah kim 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    we also have a game like that. we call it jackstone. but in jackstone we use small balls and ten picks. and I think the rules are the same. try to find it on the internet so you'll know that too

    ~Philippines

  14. _My V Is For Vendetta_ 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    in my country we have the same game but we don't play those

    now but we also play a lot of games like 'περνά περνά, η μέλισσα' , 'πετάει, πετάει' , 'τυφλόμυγα' , 'ψείρες' , 'κορόιδο' and much more that i don't remember right now. Btw its greek games…

  15. denish gautam 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    Hey!! We indian also play that but we have more round.. i used to play this game but i really can't recall what we used to say it.. and however losses we give them punishment.😂 it was fun.😊

  16. jutube 23 June, 2020 at 07:01 Reply

    My fianceé just taught me how to play this and she's Colombian. She's been playing this since she was like 10 years old. So much fun!

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