It is all in Korean; however, you an easily pick up on some jokes. I was lucky to have an English teacher sitting next to me while it played, so I had some of it translated to me.
When you watch the video take note of a few things. There are a bunch of kids doing push ups in the beginning of the video. Push ups are a very common form of punishment for students in school, along with kneeing in the front of the classroom and squats. Also you will see a clip of one of my English classes. If you look closely you can see that I am teaching my kids about American Football, using clips from the game when University of Wisconsin beat Ohio State (GO BADGERS). Then the voice says something along the lines of "English class is so hard. I can't even understand a word she is saying. It is just like blah blah blah all day long." Ha great to know I am making a difference, right? The last thing I would like you to notice is the school lunch. You can see the Korean food I eat everyday for lunch. The video is making fun of how all the students hate when the school serves whole fish (it is actually disgusting).
I asked the broadcast teacher if I could have a copy and she happily put it on my USB. So, without further ado, please enjoy "A Day in the Life of a Bugok Middle School Student."