Solfa has a quartet rate each other’s looks privately, then makes them watch their evals together

In what ended up as a surprisingly brutal Solfa video, the YouTube channel got a quartet of strangers to run a social experiment of sorts. Individually they were asked to evaluate the other three by looks with the twist being all four were then called into the room to watch the comments the other people said about them.

Aside from how hilariously horrified they all look, the cliche lesson to take from it would be about not judging people and all that. Though I think this mainly illustrated the online disinhibition effect perfectly, which is more applicable to Korea than anywhere else given how extremely online they are.


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