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Korean schoolkids make adorable stop-motion video for Irish band’s tune

Need cheering up? This will do it.

LUCAN LADS  THE Riptide Movement have a new music video… they just don’t know it yet.

Clare Hartweig is from Ireland but is currently teaching at Gaya Girls’ Middle School in Busan, South Korea. During their English summer camp, her students made a stop motion video for The Riptide Movement’s track All Works Out and it’s just adorable.

Look at those smiley faces!


Hartweig said the students are big fans of the song by the Dublin band, and put everything together themselves.

The students really love the song and enjoyed giving it their own interpretation. They devised story boards, wrote out translations, drew lots of pictures and took hundreds of photographs.

Watch the full thing here, and prepare to be uplifted.

Source: Clare Hartwieg/YouTube

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