Musical group Suni and the Seven Princesses say they are reliving their youth through bucket hats and rap songs on life in rural South Korea
A rapping troop of South Korean grandmothers have found fame across the country with songs about farm life.
Suni and the Seven Princesses, a group of elderly rappers, rose to prominence after a community centre performance last year in the rural county of Chilgok.
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