According to various news reports, this is a video taken by a dash-cam during a South Korean woman's failed test drive. The claim is that she failed the exam by managing to roll the car over in about 7 seconds. See for yourself:
None of the news reports I've read indicate how they know that the accident occured during a driving test. A Google translation of the video's title and brief description makes no such reference. It simply reads as follows:
김여사님의 진격! = Gimyeosa's march!
그 와중에도 남자목소리 짜증나있음...ㅎㅎ = In the midst a man's voice annoying ... heh heh
음음... 그럴 수 있지... = Mmm ... It could happen ...
Mmm ... OK, it could have happened.
Supposing that it did happen that way, if this woman picks herself up (literally), dusts herself off and keeps on trying, she may not only eventually pass the test, she could even become a celebrity like fellow South Korean, Cha Sa-soon.
In 2010 Ms. Cha, whose test failures had been making headlines for a few years, finally received the coverage she'd craved when she passed the written driver's examination on her 950th try.
The story didn't end there, though: she then went on to fail 4 skill tests and 4 road tests (albeit without flipping over a car), before finally passing both. It took her 960 tests altogether, for which she had to pay $5 each, or $4,800 total.
But take heart, 7-second-fail-woman, not only did Ms. Cha's persistence pay off in the form of a drivers license, Hyundai Motors presented her with a $16,800 car and even put her in a television commercial, which more than made up for that $4,800.
Let's hope this new driving failure takes some inspiration from Ms. Cha's story -- and also takes quite a few more driving lessons before she tries and tries again.
Here's Ms. Cha's star turn for Hyundai:
By the way, 'cha' is Korean for 'vehicle.'