Dangerously Asian

Hot Asian dudes strip down to recreate iconic underwear campaigns

Four Asian dudes have re-created some of the most famous male underwear ads our time in an effort to dig deep into the question: “Why aren’t Asian men considered sexy?”

In a new video for BuzzFeed, Eugene Yang questions why there’s still so much bias against Asian guys, particularly when it comes to dating and sex.

“There’s a lot of old and tired comedy in media and entertainment that makes fun of Asian men for not being sexually attractive,” Yang says.

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He continues, “We decided to bring in four everyday Asian-American guys to recreate iconic underwear ads, who represent a wide diversity of body types, sexuality, and just general amounts of f*ckability.”

The guys recreated Justin Bieber’s 2015 CK advert, Jamie Dornan’s 2009 CK advert, David Beckham’s 2008 Armani advert, and, of course, Mark Wahlberg’s 1992 CK advert.

We’d say their mission has been accomplished!

Check out the rather racy video below.

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