Road Rage in Korea Is a Martial Arts Demo: LOL

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Road rage comes in all shapes and sizes and while the infamous Russian dash cams have brought us some of the wildest forms out there, we are here to talk about organized road rage.
Yes, organized road rage - imagine a world in which people still go crazy behind the wheel, but they take on each other using martial arts and the set of associated rules. Such a reality is far from us and yet we can now show you how it would look like.

It all comes thanks to the adjacent clip, which provides us with just under a minute of rather amusing moments. This is, of course, a parody so if you ever travel to South Korea, don’t ask about the events that go on in the footage. You should be extra careful about mentioning the knife at the end of the clip.

Anger on the road is not something to be taken lightly

While the footage below might put a smile on your face, road rage is a parasite that’s eating us alive everyday. Nonetheless, some of its aspects may not be what they seem.

For instance, an US commuters study released back in 2012 shows that women are more prone to road rage than men. The research saw 3,800 commuters being surveyed, all of whom were employed and drove to their jobs everyday.

Moreover, 17 percent of the surveyed drivers said they experienced less road rage in the summer months, while ten percent said they experienced more. And if you thought that things stop at a verbal violence level, you were wrong - 9 percent of motorists admitted having gotten into a fight with another driver.

Unfortunately, texting is an even greater issue than road rage, as about 30 percent of the surveyed commuters have sent text messages while driving.

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