Ken and Anita Corsini run a family business, flipping over 100 houses a year in the Atlanta metro area. Their goal is to rehab old southern homes and revitalize the neighborhoods. But when some of the houses are abandoned for years and trashed by squatters, it takes a lot more than elbow grease to make these homes inhabitable again. Watch as this enterprising couple races against the clock to buy, renovate and flip homes in just a matter of weeks.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Flipping the South - Milk caps (game) - Netflix
Pogs, generically called milk caps, is a game that was popular among children during the mid 1990s. The brand name “Pog” is owned by the World Pog Federation. The name pog originates from POG, a brand of juice made from passionfruit, orange, and guava; the use of POG bottle caps to play the game preceded the game's commercialization.
Flipping the South - South Korea - Netflix
The card used in ttakji or ddakji (딱지) is constructed by folding two square pieces of paper together into a square. As with milk caps, the game is won by flipping the other player's card. The popular Korean variety show Running Man occasionally features ddakji in its missions, which may contribute to the awareness of the game in other parts of the world.
Flipping the South - References - Netflix