Photos courtesy of Korea Times and Chosunilbo. The best damn newspapers in the whole muddah-fuggin woild. As always, click the pictures to enlarge (especially the ones with hot chicks)
Suddenly, women's sports in Korea just got a whole lot more interesting.
"A protestor holds a banner denouncing Japan’s plan to send a research
vessel into Korea’s exclusive economic zone near Dokdo in the East Sea,
in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul on Monday. The banner reads,
‘Dokdo is Korean Territory.’/Yonhap"
I guess the bee guy was busy that day.
Japan, look at these representatives of the Korean nation. Are you REALLY sure you want that bird shit covered rock so bad? My money is on Korea on this one. They just want it more.
Joel, looking for a new car?
Yeah, I feel closer to you guys already. Guess there wasn't much bankin' stuff to be doing today? Seriously, who the hell thinks up shit like this? My bank in Korea is Choheung, which is merging with these clowns. I think this is a sign that it's time to change banks...
Oh, to think of all stories of the horrors of war these brave Korean soldiers will have to tell. They went to Iraq as boys, but they will return to Korea as the manliest of men. The Korean vets who survived the Korean war or served in Nam have nothing on them.
Speaking of the new breed of manly men in Korea, here are some students Park Hyo-jung shows his
picture taken after his first nose plastic operation in 2002. Park had 24
procedures on his body
over more than three years to improve his appearance, including
resurgeries after injury, adding dimples on his cheeks, and
removing blemishes and chest hair, transforming his former droopy face
into his current studly visage.
'Studly visage?' If I didn't know better, I'd say this Korean reporter is being a bit sarcastic. Anyway, I'm sure just another 24 operations will turn this guy into Lee Junki, the role model for all gender confused men in this country. I don't know, maybe he just needs to get laid once and this obsession will go away.
Farm stay: Foreigners staying in South Korea make straw rope
Sunday in a village in Pochon, Kyonggi Province, where they
participated in a ‘farm stay’ program.
Aspiring Journalists: Hundreds of students listen attentively to
presentations in a job fair jointly hosted by major broadcasting and
newspaper companies at Yonsei University.
Finally, some art I hope to proudly show on this blog often. The picture on the right courtesy of the big Ho, and the statue on the left most likely sculpted by one of Kevin's ancestors on his mother's side.