24-Year-Old Woman Becomes Landlady After Living in Korea for 4 Months, Shares Apartments in Viral TikTok Video

24-Year-Old Woman Becomes Landlady After Living in Korea for 4 Months, Shares Apartments in Viral TikTok Video

  • A Mzansi hun went from working as a cleaner to being a teacher in Korea, a move she is grateful to make
  • The woman shared how in a few short months of working in Asia, she was able to build one-room apartments, which she then rented out at the age of 24
  • Netizens, encouraged by her bold move, shared how they, too, want to move to Asia

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She became a landlady
After only working for four months, a young woman became a landlady. Image: @mamnisi1
Source: TikTok

A stunning young woman overcame unemployment and depression and became a landlady at 24 after working in Asia for four months.

The beautiful hun is trending because she refuses to give up and allows her circumstances to define her.

Gorgeous Hun becomes a landlady after getting work in Korea

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@mamnisi1 shared how she had to take depression medicine because she was unemployed and could not survive. However, all of that changed after she got an opportunity to work in Korea.

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@mamnisi1 shared her story on TikTok, which got over 230K views and many comments from people congratulating her and wanting to know how she did it.

In the video, she shows the property she built using the money she obtained from working overseas. She took a job as a cleaner and raised funds for her to emigrate to Korea.

@mamnisi1 's case is not unique. More and more young people are seeking employment beyond South African borders as work is becoming increasingly difficult to get in the country.

Statistics revealed that almost 1 million South Africans lived in other countries by 2020. Last year, the Social Research Foundation discovered that those between the ages of 25 and 29 are considering moving abroad.

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Woman tells Briefly News she built first room with cleaner's salary

Makhosi Mthembu told Briefly News that she was unemployed for two years before she got a job.

"I got a cleaning job at a construction company and started to build one room, although it was difficult because the salary was little. then I applied for an English teaching job in Korea, got it, and moved there. I then built the rooms in Thornville, Pietermaritzburg. I feel grateful for this opportunity to move abroad, and I always look back and thank God for this wonderful opportunity," she said."

Watch the video here:

South Africans also want to move to Korea

Netizens expressed their desire to move abroad after watching the video and being inspired.

Some shared their personal experiences.

@Esese_Kunene congratulated @mamnisi1.

"I just finished my degree, and I would like to immigrate to Korea."

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Zah noted how the video assured her of her daughter's future.

"I will share your video with my daughter since she just got an internship in Japan, but she's not sure if she will make it."

Mthavini Mzini Wilso also indicated her desire to emigrate.

"As soon as I finish my degree, I am leaving South Africa."

LaMilk MJT's fear of leaving her family behind keeps her from leaving.

"I'm doing my last year, but the phobia of leaving my son behind is too much."

ZazaM(CFE) thanked her for encouraging people to relocate.

"People are sleeping on teaching English in Korea."

Woman shares life in Korea on TikTok video

In a similar article, Briefly News wrote that a woman shared a video of moving to Korea after getting a job.

The hun shared her apartment and how life is living in Korea. Netizens applauded her step up and were wowed by her beautiful apartment.

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Source: Briefly News

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Tebogo Mokwena (Current Affairs editor) Tebogo Mokwena is a Current Affairs Editor at Briefly News. He has a Diploma in Journalism from ALISON. He joined Daily Sun, where he worked for 4 years covering politics, crime, entertainment, current affairs, policy, governance and art. He was also a sub-editor and journalist for Capricorn Post before joining Vutivi Business News in 2020, where he covered small business news policy and governance, analysis and profiles. He joined Briefly News in 2023. Tebogo passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative Email: tebogo.mokwena@briefly.co.za