My name is “Dare,” and I am the first person to run a diecast race in Korea and also run a YouTube channel.
The meaning of "Dare" is a word derived from the first two letters of the sound of the diecast race pronunciation in Korean.
It is different from the general meaning of dare.
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In Korea, Tomica is more popular than Hot Wheels.
But Tomica doesn't roll as well as Hot Wheels.
And in Korea, rather than holding races, Hot Wheels often collects RLC and premium products and displays them.
I found out about the Red Line Derby site here and was able to find out how the race is run.
And using that method, we started operating a race league in Korea.
Although it does not receive as much attention as races in the United States or other overseas countries, we were able to successfully conduct the preliminaries with 20 applicants.
There are still a lot of things to overcome, and although it doesn't receive as much attention as overseas, we are working hard on the race.
Sometimes people from overseas come to my channel, subscribe, and leave supportive comments, which is a huge help.
I hope that the popularity of Hot Wheels increases in Korea as well as overseas.
Also, I'm thinking about giving English commentary a try.
It may be difficult to provide natural commentary in English.
As k-pop becomes famous and k-game becomes famous,
Korean diecast lace too
I hope it develops into K-Race.
I will always grow by watching redline derby and other overseas race leagues!
Have a nice day everyone!