I'm watching an Asian movie that has a couple of English dialogues, and there are two guys who (in the movie plot) are Korean but live in Hong Kong. A man, supposedly a boss, wants to give them the task to retrieve a truck containing 20 million dollars located somewhere in Korea.
When the "boss" gets to meet the two Korean guys he says the following sentence:
I don't know what the hell it is with you people from the peninsula, you, uh... have an air about you.
Not much context around this more than what I stated.
Does that mean "to put on airs"? I tried googling for it but I'm out of luck.