Monday, February 18, 2013

The Baek, In-je show: Koreans lies

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  1. More shows please.

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  3. Please continue your show. It's an interesting form of social protest against a society manufactured by the Pentagon and that is the greatest threat to the future of the English language!

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    1. Maggie,
      That is a very interesting and exact way to encapsulate the Korean experience. Thanks for sharing. Greatest threat to the Engrish language....zing!

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  4. this is incredible, please continue. refreshing, honest.

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  5. The Korean cashier was just trying to get you in trouble. She knew correctly that her being an attractive Korean female would be much more trustworthy, than a foreigner. Also she could defend herself and communicate her made up lies in away to get the general manager on her side. This is a common tactic among Koreans to take advantage of the obvious language barrier.

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    1. She wasn't attractive. She looked like a little smug bitch. I understand why ajosshis beat their wives. But you are right; Koreans use their language to get other Koreans on their side. And, in general, a Korean will never ever ever take a foreigner's side over one of their own people.

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  6. Keep up the funny and interesting social comment.

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  7. Hi Baek, a topic request: Korean Christ-YUNS and how they talk about Christianity like it's the latest app for your phone! Grrr...

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  8. A smug little bitch? Isn't that what passes for sexy in these parts? And what about those round eyes? They're hot if you like Photoshop experiments gone awry. But you gotta love the way they say 'Samsung' as if their jaws have effin springs...Sam-Sung boing boing boing...morons...

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  9. I enjoy your show. I understand your frustration with the lack of comments, and it's unfortunate that it is the state of the foreigner and ex-pat community in general and English teachers specifically. They keep getting rolled by their employers and do nothing. They do nothing even when someone takes the lead.

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    BTW, Rome was founded around 752 B.C. or say 2,800 years ago. The historical period of Moses was about 3400 years ago, the founding of ancient Greece dates to 800 B.C., and the historical Trojan War was about 1200 B.C. Ancient China dates to 2100 B.C. or 900 years younger than Korean culture.

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    1. Korean culture...older than Moses. Absurd lies.

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