미수다 star Paulina has joined the protests against the import of US beef.
They loaded her up with a sign and a candle, told her which end of the candle to hold and where the media cameras would be, and set her loose.
Her sign reads, "Citizen Judgment: Lee Myong Bak."
In an interview she acknowledged that she's not actually a Korean citizen herself, but would do so if citizenship came with a guarantee of lucrative CFs (Konglish for commercials). "Hell, I'd suck off a Korean bull on live TV just to get half of the CF action my co-stars are getting," she (might as well have) said in the interview with "Professor" Jin Joong-kwon, a professor from...oh, I guess he doesn't have an actual position in an actual university if the netizen comments following this piece are correct. But I guess there's no law saying he can't still call himself a professor.
Here's a screen shot of Paulina's 'homep'. Why don't other K-bloggers link to this blog? I"m sure it has a very intellectual defense of her position on this very meaningful issue, chock full of statistical analyses and expert quotes following weeks of rigorous research.
What are we afraid of, THE TRUTH?
The comments following this media release were brimming with compliments. Here are a few I pulled out completely at random.
야 개뇬아 한국말부터 배우고와 물타기 하지말고 인기얻을라고 별 쌩쑈를 다하네
요즘 연예인들 대통령까는 말만하면 인기얻는다고 물타기하는 거자나
미수다 그 씨벩프로나 나오는 미췬뇬이네
저년이 언제부터 한국국민이였냐? 저년이 들고 있는 국민심판? 웃기지안냐? 저년이 언제부터 한국인 이였냐고
I'm sure her popularity will skyrocket and soon she'll be on a commercial for a Screw Bar or whatever the PD she sleeps with can find her. I wish her the best of luck on her Korean dream.