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Korean streamer scared after rude stranger shouts at her in San Francisco

by Bill Cooney
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Popular Korean Twitch streamer 'yugwha0901' was caught off-guard while visiting San Francisco when an angry passerby yelled at her and even followed her during a recent broadcast.

Big Twitch streamers often share their travels with viewers around the world as they IRL stream on holiday, and yugwha0901, along with her traveling companion Jinny, have already streamed parts of their eventful trip visiting San Francisco.

The pair were already confronted by an angry homeless man while walking down the street earlier in their trip, which has apparently turned into a running theme for these streams.

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While yugwha was walking down the street, a random pedestrian yelled something the stream didn't quite pick up at her, causing the Korean broadcaster to quickly try and put some distance between herself and the person.

"Why are people so aggressive here?" yugwha asked her chat as she hurried across the street and checked to make sure the guy who yelled wasn't still behind her.

Luckily, the person wasn't following her, and the streamer made it away safely - but it was yet another bizarre incident during a trip that's already seen plenty of them.

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After safely making her clean getaway, yugwha filled her chat in on what exactly the random dude had said to her, and what happened afterwards.

"What did they say? 'What the f*ck are you blah blah b*tch,' something like that," the streamer told viewers. "Usually, if they say something bad they don’t follow, but here they follow me. That’s a little scary. "

She claimed that getting yelled at by a random stranger is usually something she is able to just brush off, but San Francisco has been a different story so far.

"Saying random things, I can get over that," the Korean admitted. "But if they follow after me that sounds really scary, you know?"

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We don't know how much longer exactly yugwha plans on staying in SF, but hopefully the rest of her trip doesn't involve anymore random confrontations on the street.