Dirty Whites’ Poor White Supremacy and Racism

Dirty Whites’ Poor White Supremacy and Racism

I am Korean.
I am Asian, and a yellow race.
However, I am richer, have better education,
and am better-cultured than most whites.
I have a much higher salary than white people’s average annual income,
and have employed many whites and give them salaries.
One of the white employers is my company’s janitor.
They can speak English well but have nothing else.
They are good at English only because they were born to
acquire the language by nature, not by learning it.

I consider whites to be loud. They are poor, talkative, and are impatient.
Despite all this, seeing them acting rude just because their skin color is white
is such a disgusting and nonsense comedy.
White people who came to Korea are jobless,
as they couldn’t find jobs in their own countries.
Thus they sometimes cause troubles in Korean society.
It is not hard to hear news on gun accidents / rapes / traffic gangs
among whites in Korea.
Such white people have looked down on black people so far, and they still do so.

A huge-scale mass demonstration
went on after a young African-American man named
Michael Brown was shot dead by a police officer in the city of
Ferguson in Missouri, U.S.
The excessive inspection of and the use of gun on the black man,
who became the cause of the demonstration,
clearly show how stupid white-American police officers
have not been able to get rid of racism and keep repeating it for centuries.
Stupid American police officers. Even a 10-year-old child fixes a wrong habit
within a month if he is told three times.
However, whites are so stupid that 
they can’t fix themselves despite centuries of scolding.
Now, whites should accept and understand their poverty and stupidity.
Whites are just people with white skin tone.

And please ask me, “Don’t look down on whites because you are an Asian.”


Young-Ju Nam from KPop Star 3 Tops Naver’s Real-time Search Wordlist

Young-Ju Nam from KPop Star 3 Tops Naver’s Real-time Search Wordlist

Today, Young-Ju Nam took top on South Korea’s portal site Naver.
She is a participant of KPop Star 3,
the third season of a music audition program called KPop Star in Korea.

However, she was dropped out earlier as she did not get qualified the final top 8.
Why is she, then, ranked top on the real-time search word list of Naver?
This is because her comeback news has been spread.

She revealed a teaser to inform the release of her
official music download and her comeback.
A jacket photo showing her hot body behind shower curtains
drew huge public attention.

She has always been pretty.
It now seems that she has become sexier as
she joined an entertainment agency and released an album.
In Korea, music audition programs get quite high viewer ratings.
Sometimes they are much more popular than the winners.
KPop Star 3 ended, and KPop Star 4 is scheduled to start soon.
Currently, the sixth season of Korea’s original music audition program
Super Star K is ongoing.
As usual, people all around the world still challenge these audition programs.

* In Korea, a portal site called Naver,
which is native to Korea, shares 75% of the search engine market.
Yahoo could not settle in the domestic market and
withdrew its business, and Google takes less than 5%.


5 months have passed since the Sinking of Sewol Ferry in Korea

5 months have passed since the Sinking of Sewol Ferry in Korea

There is a beautiful island called Jeju Island in South Korea.
As chosen as one of the 7 Wonders of the World,
Jeju Island boasts a magnificent, breathtaking view.
Thanks to such reputation, Jeju Island is a very enjoyable tourist place not only
for foreign tourists but also for Koreans.
On April 16, 2014, exactly five months ago from today,
A ferry named Sewol, heading to South Korea’s beautiful Jeju Isalnd, sunk in the sea.
On the ship, regular tourists and a huge group of high school students, 
youths more beautiful than Jeju Island who are on their trip to the island, 
lost their lives in the sea. A total of 300 passengers died.
The ferry sunk in the ocean, but the captain and crewmen of
Sewol Ferry ordered the passengers to “stay still, it is more dangerous to move,”
and hurriedly escaped from the ship.
It is such an inhumane, murderous behavior, and is very difficult to understand.

The ship tilted. The captain and the crewmen escaped after ordering the
passengers to “stay still,” and the National Maritime Police neglected the
passengers and left after rescuing the captain and the crewmen only.
While there has been rampant speculation about why they have done so,
the current president of South Korea has been refusing to meet the bereaved.
How painful the hearts of the parents who lost their children are.
A few among the parents who lost their children are currently on a hunger strike,
but a portion of South Koreans proudly eat hamburgers and pizzas
right in front of them as a performance to stop the hunger strike.

A parent who has lost his child. He has not eaten anything for about 40 days.

This is the reality of South Korea.
Politics and the national character are all too behind.
This is why Full Korea blog has closed itself.
Full Korea, opened with a love toward Korea and let people all over the world more aware of my mother country, thinks for a while. It questions itself,
“Can I love Korea more?”
From politicians to citizens, South Korea has revealed its most abhorrent, 
dirtiest, and uncivilized side.
About 8,000 people from 20 countries in the world visit Full Korea every day.
If such dirty aspect of Korea is hidden,
it will not be much different from Korea’s unilateral and stubborn politics.
Right now, the writing members of Full Korea hate Korea.


Nation faces mental breakdown after tragedy

Nation faces mental breakdown after tragedy

While the Sewol ferry tragedy is considered the nation’s worst marine disaster in years, the consequence is taking a mental toll on demotic crowds.

According to JoongAng Ilbo Monday, an increasing number of Koreans are becoming “traumatized” by the accident with symptoms of emotional dissipation and incessant crying.

The report cited several experts who worry that the aftermath on the nationwide populace is reaching a worrisome level.

Prof. Lee So-young from Soonchunhyang University Hospital pointed out a potential problem in writing condolatory messages for the victims of the tragedy.

She said while some schools obligate their students to write it, it could be problematic for those with past experience of being traumatized by similar accidents.

Prof. Han Deok-hyun from Chung Ang University advised parents not to expose their children or senile family members too long in front of television news covering the tragedy.

A psychologist, Noh Man-hui, said exposure to such media contents is especially more influential to those with anxiety disorder or panic disorder.  

Death toll hits 108 as divers pull more bodies from sunken ferry

Death toll hits 108 as divers pull more bodies from sunken ferry

Coast Guard, Navy and civilian divers recovered more than 40 bodies Monday from a sunken ferry off South Korea's southwest coast as they continued a desperate search for missing passengers.

The death toll from the capsized ferry Sewol rose to 104 as of 9:35 a.m., Tuesday, including three foreign victims, as divers focused their search on the third and fourth decks of the five-story vessel, where most of those unaccounted for are believed to have been trapped.

Hundreds of divers struggled to search inside ship for 198 people who remain missing after the 6,825-ton ferry Sewol capsized off the southwestern coast of Jindo on a foggy Wednesday morning.

Of the 476 people on board, only 174 passengers, including the ferry's captain and most of its crew, were rescued after the boat, en route from the western port city of Incheon to the southern resort island of Jeju, listed due to what is believed to have been a sharper than usual turn.

The dining hall on the third floor, in particular, has been cited as one of several areas where many of the passengers are expected to be found, along with lounges and shopping areas.

"So far, divers have set up a total of five guide lines.
Multiple rescue workers have been trying to enter inside the boat at the same time to speed up operations," said Ko Myeong-seok, a spokesman for the government task force handling the disaster, referring to lines that help workers move down to and inside the sunken vessel.

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