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    • kekechan12

      TheGreatOntar, you should know that there are rude and shallow people in every country. When foreigners visit Canada, they might feel the same way about some Canadians as you feel about Koreans. Is it fair for those foreigners to categorize all Canadians as rude and shallow because their experience wasn’t so great? No, they haven’t met every Canadian person to make a broad statement like that. The same goes for you.  Also, I don’t even know why you bothered to mention that you’re of Korean origin. Maybe you thought that describing yourself as a person of Korean descent will lend credibility to your rude and offensive statements…it doesn’t.  And judging by several hateful comments you made about Koreans, calling them “those nasty Koreans” and categorizing them as “rude and shallow”, you just seem like a bitter Korea hater. You need to get over it and stop using this comment section to trash talk an entire country. Korea would be a better place without a hateful, rude person like you.

    • kekechan12

      TheGreatOntar, you should know that there are rude and shallow people in every country. When foreigners visit Canada, they might feel the same way about some Canadians as you feel about Koreans. Is it fair for those foreigners to categorize the entire Canada as rude and shallow because their experience wasn’t so great? No, they haven’t met every Canadian person to make a broad statement like that. The same goes for you.  Also, I don’t even know why you bothered to mention that you’re of Korean origin. Maybe you thought that describing yourself as a person of Korean descent would lend credibility to your rude and offensive statements…it doesn’t.  And judging by the several hateful comments you made about Koreans, calling them “those nasty Koreans” and categorizing them as “rude and shallow”, you just seem like a bitter Korea hater. You need to get over it and stop using this comment section to trash talk an entire country. Korea would be a better place without a hateful, rude person like you.

    • kekechan12

      TheGreatOntar, you should know that there are rude and shallow people in every country. When foreigners visit Canada, they might feel the same way about some Canadians as you feel about Koreans. Is it fair for those foreigners to categorize the entire Canada as rude and shallow because their experience wasn’t so great? No, they haven’t met every Canadian person to make a broad statement like that. The same goes for you.   Also, I don’t even know why you bothered to mention that you’re of Korean origin. Maybe you thought that describing yourself as a person of Korean descent would lend credibility to your rude and offensive statements…it doesn’t.   And judging by the several hateful comments you made about Koreans, calling them “those nasty Koreans” and categorizing them as “rude and shallow”, you just seem like a bitter Korea hater. You need to get over it and stop using this comment section to trash talk an entire country. Korea would be a better place without a hateful, rude person like you.

    • kekechan12

      TheGreatOntar, you should know that there are rude and shallow people in every country. When foreigners visit Canada, they might feel the same way about some Canadians as you feel about Koreans. Is it fair for those foreigners to categorize the entire Canada as rude and shallow because their experience wasn’t so great? No, they haven’t met every Canadian person to make a broad statement like that. The same goes for you.  Also, I don’t even know why you bothered to mention that you’re of Korean origin. Maybe you thought that describing yourself as a person of Korean descent will lend credibility to your rude and offensive statements… it doesn’t.  And judging by the several hateful comments you made about Koreans, calling them “those nasty Koreans” and categorizing them as “rude and shallow”, you just seem like a bitter Korea hater. You need to get over it and stop using this comment section to trash talk an entire country. Korea would be a better place without a hateful, rude person like you.

    • kekechan12

      Koreans waste so much food in general? That’s a broad statement to make. You should know that it’s all relative to how much food you’re used to consuming. You can’t generalize Koreans as wasteful because they serve more food than what you’re used to. Just because you can’t finish the amount of food they serve in Korea, it doesn’t mean that “Koreans waste so much food in general”. Seriously, realize the possibility that your serving size may not be the customary serving size in Korea. It’s great that you don’t like to waste food, but there are different serving sizes in other countries. Travel more and get over yourself.  

    • kekechan12

      You should know that there are rude and shallow people in every country. When foreigners visit Canada, they might feel the same way about some Canadians as you feel about Koreans. Is it fair for those foreigners to categorize the entire Canada as rude and shallow because their experience wasn’t so great? No, they haven’t met every Canadian person to make a broad statement like that. The same goes for you.  Also, I don’t even know why you bothered to mention that you’re of Korean origin. Maybe you thought that describing yourself as a person of Korean descent will lend credibility to your rude and offensive statements… it doesn’t.  And judging by the hateful several comments you made about Koreans, calling them “those nasty Koreans” and categorizing them as “rude and shallow”, you just seem like a bitter Korea hater. You need to get over it and stop using this comment section to trash talk an entire country. Korea would be a better place without a hateful, rude person like you.

    • kekechan12

      I’ve read several Buzzfeed articles about plastic surgery and standards of beauty in Korea. And I’ve noticed that a lot of people like to criticize and pity Koreans for their “obsession with beauty” while acting like it doesn’t happen in their own country.  The author writes that “in Korea, young women are obsessed with being thin, fair, and beautiful” as if that only happens in Korea. People need to realize that young American women here aren’t that much different. Just replace the word “fair” to “tanned”. Even in a country as diverse as the U.S., women are pressured to conform to a certain ideal of beauty and body type. Tons of people here get plastic surgery to make themselves look more attractive, younger, and thinner. The difference is that, unlike Koreans, most people won’t openly talk about the procedures they’ve gotten because plastic surgery comes with stigma.  Also, a lot of people don’t know that a significant number of foreigners travel to South Korea to go under the knife. According to a report done by MBC (South Korean public broadcasting company), about 200,000 foreigners traveled to South Korea for plastic surgery in 2010 alone (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vp4G19dEKk4). And in 2011, the New York Times estimated that “…Chinese make up 30 percent of cosmetic surgery patients in Seoul” (http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/24/world/asia/24beijing.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&_r=1&). Seriously, it’s not just Koreans who are obsessed with beauty.

    • Response to The Truth Behind Photos Of South Korean Beauty Pageant Contestants:
      kekechan12

      I don’t think all of them look the same even in the ‘after’ pics bc there are differences in their facial features. But I do agree that they look prettier w/o all that makeup and Photoshopping. They shouldn’t have altered their pics in the first place.

    • Response to Japanese Woman Gets Plastic Surgery To Become A Living “French Doll”:
      kekechan12

      I don’t think she was referring to a particular doll like Barbie. Many young Japanese women are kind of enamored with France. To them, Paris is France. It’s a country of romance, Vogue models, Louis Vuitton, Palace of Versailles, and Marie Antoinette. She probably wanted to look like a beautiful French woman and said “French doll” to describe French women with what she considers to be “perfect” facial features. It’s weird, but in East Asia, it’s a compliment to say that someone looks like a doll. It means that your face is flawless.