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Korea not 5000 years old

July 22nd, 2006 . by Matt

NK space station
A North Korean space station used against the allies in the Korean War.

Korea is not 5000 years old, it is 9203 years old according to (Korean American?) North Korea apologist Lee Wha Rang writing for the ‘Association For Asian Research’.

The first Korean nation, Han-gook (also pronounced whan-gook, 桓國), was established in 7,197 BC and lasted 3,301 years. According to an archive recently discovered (桓檀古記), this nation was made of 12 tribes in the region of Lake Baikal in Siberia. About 5000-10,000 years ago, the climate in Siberia began to cool down and people from this nation began to move out in several directions. One group, sumiri (수밀이 須密爾 — called the Sumerians by the Westerners), migrated to Mesopotamia and established the Ur, Urk, Lagash, Umma and other city states. The Sumerians had dark hair and share a common linguistic origin with the Koreans.

Lee Wha Rang repeats the claim that Chinese characters and Oriental medicine was invented by Koreans, not Chinese.

The king of Han-gook dispatched about 3,000 colonists to the area around Mt. Baiktu, which was inhabited by primitive tribes – the Tiger and the Bear tribes. The Han colonists subdued these tribes and established a new nation, Bai-dal (배달국 倍達國, also called 구리 九黎 and 한웅 桓雄 in Chinese chronicles) in 3,898 BC. This new nation occupied much of Manchuria and expanded into China: at its peak, Bai-dal occupied Habook, Hanam, Shantung, Gangso, Ahnwhi, and Julgang provinces of China. Its culture flourished: creation of ‘Chinese’ characters, codification of the Oriental medicine, advances in farming methods, and other innovations commonly attributed to the Chinese. The Bai-dal kingdom lasted 1565 years under 18 kings.

Koreans are also claiming that the printing press, Samurai and Bushido, Karate, Judo, Aikido, Sushi, the Japanese flower Sakura, all originate from Korea. Although some people may comment that most Koreans do not think that, I have found in my personal life that a great many Koreans express these sentiments, and think that anything to be found in Japan is thought to have originated in Korea.

Go ahead and read the rest for youself – Lee Wha Rang is unintentionally hilarious.


50 Responses to “Korea not 5000 years old”

  1. comment number 1 by: Darin

    Dude, look at the old man with the camera in the banner on the V@NK photo page, I’ve never seen anything like that! I think it might be Soviet Russian (the camera). They had some pretty cool cameras and they remain quite popular amongst camera nuts, particularly here in Japan.

  2. comment number 2 by: tomato

    so what he is basically saying that Koreans were the mother of all civilizations….never seen a 妄想 so crazy as this!

  3. comment number 3 by: JK

    Dude, this is one man, representing perhaps a few Korean people’s opionions. He’s crazy. So why do you make blanket statements that “Koreans”, implying the entire Korean population, believe this? You wrote: “Koreans are also claiming that the printing press, Samurai and Bushido, Karate, Judo, Aikido, Sushi, the Japanese flower Sakura, all originate from Korea.” I know of MANY Korenas who don’t believe this. In fact, I would say MOST Koreans, if not almost all of them, don’t believe this crap. Yet you, Matt, in typical Gerry Bevers-style paint it so that “Koreans”, implying all or most of them, claimed this.

    I could say the same about Australians. What if I said, “Australians are a bunch of racist beer drinkers with Asian fetish because their own women stink down there?” Well, there are MANY Australians who are racist, beer drinkers, and prefer Asian women over their own, and there are Australian women who do stink down there (and I found this out firsthand). But for me to say “Australians are a bunch of….” is making an unfair statement about the entire population (even if I have been guilty of doing this in the past).

    But I think you now see the error of your ways, Matt, in the way you said, “Koreans” in your post above, thus implying the entire Korean population. You wouldn’t like it if people did the same for Australians now, would you?

  4. comment number 4 by: Matt

    But I think you now see the error of your ways, Matt, in the way you said, “Koreans” in your post above, thus implying the entire Korean population. You wouldn’t like it if people did the same for Australians now, would you?

    JK, you must have missed this –

    Although some people may comment that most Koreans do not think that, I have found in my personal life that a great many Koreans express these sentiments, and think that anything to be found in Japan is thought to have originated in Korea.

    A ‘great many Koreans express these sentiments’, I did not say all of them. However, if you object to these statements, then you should contact the Koreans that you feel are harming the image of Koreans. I provided the links in my main post. One of the links is from VANK, but I am pretty sure you agree with them on almost anything.

  5. comment number 5 by: ponta

    In this regard, two cents’ comments(50.58) on
    occidentalism is revealing.
    Notice also that the link in which a Korean old man confess in English that Taekondo came from Karate has been deleted.

  6. comment number 6 by: eli

    I suspect that AFAR does the same amount of ‘research’ as Intelligent Design supporters. Ie, none.

  7. comment number 7 by: JK

    Wait, Matt, so if I have a problem with the way you imply that all Koreans have this kind of crazy thinking (since most Koreans I know have enough sense not to believe the nonsense of the Korean guy you mention in your post), then I am support to contact the Koreans themselves and not you??? Does that make sense, Matt? Ever heard of accountability for your OWN irresponsible statements, Matt?

  8. comment number 8 by: JK

    BTW, Matt, where do you get “a great many” Koreans??? Do you mean ten? Do you mean ten million? What is your source????

    As for me, I find that “a great many” Australians are racist and suffer from Asian fetish. And based on my interaction with Australian women, “a great many” Australian women stink down there. (See how we can abuse this phrase “a great many”? Am I implying two Aussie women or two hundred?)

  9. comment number 9 by: ponta

    JK
    So do you think Koreans who claim ” printing press, Samurai and Bushido, Karate, Judo, Aikido, Sushi, the Japanese flower Sakura, all originate from Korea.”are crazy?

  10. comment number 10 by: JK

    Ponta,

    Yes. Just like I consider Japanese who say stupid sh*t like “Japan is God’s country” (the prime minister after Obuchi and before Koizumi) are crazy.

  11. comment number 11 by: ponta

    JK
    Okay.

    Some said that his brain was as little as shark’s.
    And he is said to have greeted Clinton,”who are you” instead of “how are you”
    Mori was certainly a stupid guy
    By the way what he said is not that Japan is God’s country, but that Japan is gods’ country.

    By the way, do you think when Amreican president say,God bless America he is stupid?

  12. comment number 12 by: JK

    Ponta, no I don’t think an American President who says “God bless America” is stupid..

    But different from the Japanese prime minister. It’s all about context.
    BTW, I don’t know of too many American Presidents who say that to foreign dignitaries.

    I respect some aspects of Koizumi, particularly his support for Bush in the war on terror (as well as his love for Elvis, haha)…..

    But as a Korean-American, and as an American in general, I can never respect his visits to the vilified shrine. I hope you understand what I am talking about.

    Peace,
    JK

  13. comment number 13 by: chonko

    I could say the same about Australians. What if I said, “Australians are a bunch of racist beer drinkers with Asian fetish because their own women stink down there?” .

    Uh, JK…you do say those things normally. What do you mean by “What if…” In typical Korean fashion, you criticize others on the same things that you do..however, of course to the Korean mind, it’s OK for Koreans to act stupid, racist and rude towards other people..it’s just when other people do it to Koreans that is bad.

    The Korean mind…what a piece of work.

  14. comment number 14 by: JK

    Chonko,

    I see, point out when I generalize….ignore when YOU generalize…..and ignore when Matt generalizes….and ignore when the anti-Korean folks and the Japanese nationalists generalize. Gotcha.

  15. comment number 15 by: Matt

    JK, I already explained to you my reasoning, so I am not going to repeat it except to answer your mantra about Australian women.

    As for me, I find that “a great many” Australians are racist and suffer from Asian fetish. And based on my interaction with Australian women, “a great many” Australian women stink down there. (See how we can abuse this phrase “a great many”? Am I implying two Aussie women or two hundred?)

    JK, if you are worried about the smell, buy a more expensive hooker. You get what you pay for.

  16. comment number 16 by: JK

    Matt,

    They weren’t hookers, bro (meaning those Aussie girls). They were nice pretty girls (actually VERY pretty)….just I found something about them, uh, that was, uh, a little offensive. 🙂 I won’t elaborate. 🙂

  17. comment number 17 by: JK

    Dude, why is it when an Asian-American dates an Australian girl you assume she’s a hooker? Interesting. I see your closed-mindedness even more, Matt. Not only did I date a few Australian girls, but I know of a young pretty Australian girl at one church I went to last week who is SERIOUSLY dating a Korean-American boy….and is likely to marry him. She is a nice, tall, PRETTY redheaded girl (perhaps a bit mouthy, but then she is Australian), and apparently this Korean-American guy is MORE than enough of a man for her. And Matt…she’s not a hooker. Imagine that!

  18. comment number 18 by: Matt

    Matt,

    They weren’t hookers, bro (meaning those Aussie girls). They were nice pretty girls (actually VERY pretty)….just I found something about them, uh, that was, uh, a little offensive. 🙂 I won’t elaborate. 🙂

    Yes, do not elaborate, and stop making stuff up. You never had sex with any Australian girls that you didnt pay for – you remind me of the Korean foreign student from the Hate Japan Wave.

    I warned you before about making up slanderous stuff about Gerry, and you chose to ignore me. Instead, you continued to insult Gerry and others, and write crude racial taunts. It means nothing to me to ban you. I will do so next time at the slightest provocation. Consider yourself warned, JK.

  19. comment number 19 by: KimchiPie

    JK

    Now its your words that the women you are with have stinky cooters. YUCK JK. Unless you are trying to say that all austrailian women have stinky cooters (clearly racist) it must mean that the women YOU JK are with have stinky cooters. I have no doubt that any women with YOU JK has a stinky cooter (by your own word). But I can say the white women and asian woman that I have been with didnt have stinky cooters.

    So jk do yourself a favor. get a higher quality whore and for gods sake, wear a condom so the whores you are with dont catch anything.

    Of course it is possible that she got a stinky cooter from being with YOU JK. Why not post a pic of you and the whore so the readers of Occi can judge?

    All the japanese I know go to down under when they are down under and have nothing but good things to say. But I guess the girls they are with are not whores.

  20. comment number 20 by: KapSin

    JK,

    You are an argumentative, nationalist idiot.

  21. comment number 21 by: JK

    Matt,

    I do not lie, pal, just go to the Korean language school at Sogang University to meet girls from various countries, including Australia. There was a LOT of dating between people of various countries.

    Hmm interesting….based on my posts to you on this thread (where I wrote nothing any more offensive than what you have written in the past), you decide to threaten because of what I said to gerry, even though he is not even mentioned in this particular subject thread. Guess I really got to you.

    Seems you don’t like any negative references about Australians on your thread but have no problem making them about Koreans. And because I show your true colors, you get angry and say I made racial slurs and threaten to block me. How childish! Exactly WHAT racial slurs have I made? This I have to hear from a guy (meaning you) who talks about how easy Korean girls are and how Koreans are this supposedly screwed up people.

  22. comment number 22 by: JK

    BTW, Matt, why do you compare with me a Korean exchange student? Dude, I am a Korean-AMERICAN. Furthermore, if you ever attended a Korean language school like Yonsei or Sogang, you will find LOTS of people from other countries, all who want to learn the Korean language and culture. THAT is why you saw Korean-Americans dating Japanese, Korean-Canadians dating Chinese, Chinese dating Japanese, Japanese dating Europeans, Europeans dating Australians, Australians dating Japanese, Australians dating Chinese, and yes, PLENTY of Australian girls dating Korean-American guys. Why is this bothersome to you? If I was a white guy and said I dated Korean women and found them too easy, would this bother you? I doubt it.

    And btw, I don’t lie.

  23. comment number 23 by: chonko

    JK, give it up. I have cut out snippets of your infamous posts here describing all Japanese as “sneaky” and all Australians as “poor hygiene” and basically anyone who is not Korean-American as “ugly and racist” and shown them to many people in my office. Among all of them, the ones who have expressed the most disgust and shame at your bigoted and idiotic comments have been the Korean-American females to which they also commented that kyopo insecure jealous idiots like you are precisely the reason why they cant even stand to be in the same room with another Korean-American male. You should be proud of yourself…driving more of your sisters away to foreigners.:)

    By the way, it is as subtle as a tornado….you do lie. Just like all other Korean-American men, you are probably 5 foot 1 with a face like a busted chimp but probably walk around town as if you own the sidewalk. I would doubt that you could even get laid in a morgue. Stick to the Korean man’s alternative…losing your virginity to a whore.

  24. comment number 24 by: JK

    Chonko, give what up? I have shown that there is a double standard: Talking about Koreans, including the women, in negative general terms on this blog is okay but to say the same thing about Australians, especially the women, is a no-no. Hmmm.

    Chonko, you may not like it, but I know of MANY Korean-American males who are dating white women, be they American, Canadian, European, and yes, Australian. You may not like to hear this, but it’s true. And that number is continually growing. And no, those women are not whores (why insult your fellow white sistas??). And no, I have never slept with a whore, unlike you.

    5 foot 1?? Uh, no, I am MUCH taller than that and am in pretty good shape as I lift weights and run (but what that has to do with anything is beyond me so why are you bringing that up?). And short Korean-American guys?!? Are you kidding me???? I am not short guy by any means, but have you SEEN today’s young Korean-Americans?!? I don’t know if it’s the food or what, but these cats are TALL, MUCH taller than me.

    Where do you get your crazy ideas? Probably places like this site.

  25. comment number 25 by: Matt

    Chonko, you need to tone it down as well. Stick to issues and not labels. Talking bad about Korean men or comparing them to animals is counter-productive. It certainly wont enhance communication with the Korean readers of this site. Although you often express interesting ideas, you dont give Koreans a chance to agree with you because you mix it with that other stuff you have been writing. Even if you are only directing your comments to Korean men, how would Korean women feel about their fathers, brothers and sons being called chimps? Something to keep in mind.

  26. comment number 26 by: dogbert

    Yes, jk is right….Korean-American man are all the rage in the U.S. They’re loved for their masculinity, worldliness, kindness, but above all for their humility. We American-Americans can learn a lot from them.

  27. comment number 27 by: chonko

    Hahaha…OK, Matt…I will tone it down. But hear me out..I am not equating all Korean men with animals, although there are many kyopos who post here who exhibit chimp-like intelligence and maturity…that is without a doubt. However, it is pretty funny now that I think about it. In any case, I will refrain from doing so just because I respect your wishes and opinion Matt.

    On another topic, can any of you guys tell me what is up with the Korean tendency to open exhibit hatred to a group of people with whom they have never had contact? Not only the Japanese, but I am also talking about Jews. It really shocked me when I first realized how much hatred and negative feelings toward Jews are held by Koreans who know who they are. Not talking just about the Nazi-themed bars which are so popular in Korea nor the very childish, “nerd-like” adulation of Adolf Hitler expressed so honestly by so many Koreans here…its cases like the one below which are so common to anyone who has spent time in Korea among Koreans. Also, one need not look further than these internet forums where Koreans and Kyopo trolls such as JK have posted their idiotic and bigoted opinions openly…in which they reveal their hatred and distate (a.k.a. jealousy) of the Jewish people. JK, when he was using his former alisas of BFK, used to show his anti-semetic comments openly all the time showing his offensive and rude character outloud.

    I ask because I have always been curious about the existence of anti-Semitism (however minority the opinion may be) in Japan, as well as in Korea. I’m not just talking about the Nazi fetish exemplified by some clubs and pubs, I’m talking about a willingness among some young Koreans to actually express hatred for a group of people with whom they have no contact. I havemy own theories, but I shall wait until after anybody else presents theirs.

    Anecdotal case in point, after a recent discussion regarding how well
    Americans would accept the choice of Senator Joseph Lieberman, an Orthodox Jew, as Vice-President, a 25-year-old Korean man of fairly good English ability suddenly remarked, “I hate Jewish people.” I was taken aback, and asked him why he felt that way, and he started quoting something that sounded like it came from a tract decrying the Jewish World Conspiracy or whatever it’s supposedly called.

  28. comment number 28 by: chonko

    Yes, jk is right….Korean-American man are all the rage in the U.S. They’re loved for their masculinity, worldliness, kindness, but above all for their humility. We American-Americans can learn a lot from them.

    Hahaha! I bow down to your greatness, dogbert! The words “humility”, “confidence”, and “maturity” fit with the word “Korean” about as well as the Marquis De Sade does with babysitting.

  29. comment number 29 by: JK

    American-Americans….that says it all. Korean-Americans aren’t as American as them “American-Americans.” See the problem with America?

    I never ONCE said Korean-American guys are all the rage….my point was that they are not the dregs of society – they are simply Americans. Big difference from what you are saying I said, dogbert and chonko.

  30. comment number 30 by: Occidentalism » Racist Comments

    […] If it was not apparent yet, it should be now looking at the development of the comments on this post that the racist comments have to stop. I have tried to be tolerant, and give warnings to stop, figuring that the racist comments are the result of frustration more that anything else. However, now people that I respect are saying that wading through the racist rubbish on the comments section is a chore and sometimes hurtful, so I am now going to be zero tolerance towards racist comments. I wont even give a warning first. […]

  31. comment number 31 by: JK

    I do not hate Jewish people. I have many Jewish friends. None of my Korean or Korean-American friends have Jews. I don’t know where this generalization you are making is coming from, chonko.

    Dear Administrator, I did have to address this one gross inaccurate generalization of Korean-Americans being anti-semitic. I am not saying anti-Semitism does not exist in America – it does; but Korean-Americans have not had bad relations with the Jewish-American community and in fact have close ties with that group.

  32. comment number 32 by: Mika

    It seems to me that many Koreans love to put forward the hypothesis that they are genetically more evolved, more intelligent and more advanced than any other group. Some Korean intellectuals even claim that Korean ancestors founded British civilization, invented pyramids before the Egyptians, invented Chinese characters and basically founded Chinese civilization, colonized America, and invaded Europe (because the Huns were really’Han’ people), and also had superior technology thousands of years before anyone else. It’s like Hitler’s theory that every culture everywhere was invented by ‘Aryans’ only here it’s ‘Han’ people (i.e. ‘Koreans’) instead. I think that most educated people of the rest of the world would call such delusions, ‘Very dangerous.’

  33. comment number 33 by: dogbert

    American-Americans….that says it all. Korean-Americans aren’t as American as them “American-Americans.” See the problem with America?

    I never ONCE said Korean-American guys are all the rage….my point was that they are not the dregs of society – they are simply Americans. Big difference from what you are saying I said, dogbert and chonko.

    You know what, jk? I wrote “American-Americans” because you first emphasized that you are a Korean-American. That’s not a problem with America — that’s a problem with you. Quit with the blame game for once.

    You start referring to yourself and thinking of yourself as an American just the same as those without Korean heritage and then you’ll have cause to bitch if people treat you as anything other than a “simple American”.

  34. comment number 34 by: JK

    dogbert, got news for you. Unless you are, what used to be referred to as American Indian, now Native American, you, sir, are not “American-American.”

    And yes, I am proud of my Korean heritage. While you may not be proud of YOUR heritage (whatever mixed, lost background it may be) I am of mine. So yes, like Italian-American, Scottish-American, and Chinese-American friends of mine, I use the term “Korean-American.”

    BTW, the question I get asked by fellow Americans all the time is, “Where are you from?” I say, “From such-and-such state.” Then they go, “No, uh, I meant originally.” So then I say, “Korean.”

    To keep things simple, I just say I am Korean-American up front. America is a great country, but it does often require us to identify ourselves by our ethnicity.

    Anyway, again, I wanted to emphasize that unless you are Indian, you are NOT an American-American.

  35. comment number 35 by: JK

    THIS is how Korean-Americans discuss Jews and Arabs. Not unlike other Americans. We have good and people. Just like any other ethnicity in the US.

    http://www.igoo.com/Lounge/showthread.php?t=44749&page=1&pp=15

  36. comment number 36 by: Asia-Watch

    […] As you can see, a Korean people living in central Asia migrated to China where the created Chinese writing and civilization, crossed the land bridge the the Americas where they founded the Native American cultures, and migrated to India where they founded Indian civilization, migrated to the middle east where the founded Sumerian and Egyptian civilization, and of course migrated to Korea where they remained pure and founded Korea.  Amazing, isn’t it? This ridiculous historical/racial theory is mocked further at Occidentalism. By Grom, 27. July 2006, 18:51 o’clock […]

  37. comment number 37 by: georgyporgy

    Dear JK,

    I have nothing say about the debate between you and other commenters above.
    But let me ask you one question simply out of curiosity.
    As far as I know, Koreans in general are very patriotic, as exhibited in their (sometimes extreme) enthusiasm for their national football team at World Cup.
    At the same time, however, many Koreans, espcially those from the upscale class, intend to get out of their own country and emigrate to the U.S., Canada, and Australia even today. When I was in Seoul, I saw a lot of newspaper ads for agents who help Koreans emigrate to those countries.
    Interestingly, however, Korean immigrants out there tend to keep up with the Kims in their homeland. When I went to grad school in the U.S., I met many 2nd-3rd generation Korean-Americans, and they were still very Korean in their ways of thinking and ways of life. Now I’m teaching a grad student from Australia. She was born in Seoul, Korea, and soon after she was born, her family immigrated to Australia. However, as I see it, she is more than ethnically Korean. Her first language is Korean, not English, and her ways of living and thinking are very Korean…
    Don’t get me wrong. I’m not talking about you or criticizing those Korean immigrants. I’m only talking about what I have seen in person.
    In sum, Koreans love their country, but many of them are inclined to emigrate. After they actually do so, they tend to maintain their own culture rather than to be assimilated to their new hosts.
    I have seen sporadic mentions about it, but none of them has been quite persuasive.
    Do you have any good account of it? I’m very curious.

  38. comment number 38 by: Travolta

    JK, when I was in Korea i never heard the end of people saying everything in Japan came from Korea and that Japan stole it all from Korea. Its not a minority of people in Korea who think this. And parts of it may very well be true. But many Koreans embrace this sort of thing as another fair reason to hate Japan. Im not saying ALL koreans are like this before you use your generalisation death ray against me.

    How about Koreans take the first step and be the more mature party with this whole racist blood feud insanity and forgive Japan for everything bad it has done? If Korea is so pure and great it should be no problem to be the bigger man. I DARE Roh to come out and forgive Japan. It will never happen because the TRUTH is that too many Koreans are racist and will never accept this. This is a FACT which can not be denied. Why dont the Japanese apologize yet more to Asia? Probably cos theyre too up themselves, or because no one listens when they apologise or throw it back in their faces.

    This shit in Asia and so many other regions of the world will never end because 90% of people on earth don’t take the god damned time to just sit down and think. THINK!


  39. […] I wonder what kind of ‘historical distortion’ he is protesting about. Is it about China not accepting that the Korean master race created Chinese characters and Oriental medicine? […]

  40. comment number 40 by: KidfromOhio

    So…I get to wonder, since you’re such an expert on SK…

    did SK develop ANYTHING…??

  41. comment number 41 by: GarlicBreath

    I am not sure who you are talking to KoreanfromOhio, but I know of nothing notable that Korea ‘invented’.

    Does that answer your question.

  42. comment number 42 by: GarlicBreath

    But they did develop lots of things. For example they developed the Korean “moon pie”.

  43. comment number 43 by: KidfromOhio

    I wasn’t talking to you…..so please sod off.

  44. comment number 44 by: GarlicBreath

    KyopofromOhio

    I was wrong, korea didnt develop the moon pie. They just copied it and then lied about it.

    https://www.occidentalism.org/?p=46

  45. comment number 45 by: KidfromOhio

    oh – it got me wondering wtf is moon pie – get a woman…seriously.

  46. comment number 46 by: KidfromOhio

    kypo from ohio…laughed there.

  47. comment number 47 by: rebounder

    come on man! Korea? is there anybody know where it is? it is far away from the core area in both China and siberia, Koreans have followed China and Japan for thousands years! if they invented Chinese characters they r gonna be the leader of east asia! but now south korea is as small as victoria island!

  48. comment number 48 by: consoleman

    Korean isn’t saying they are the master race, they saying they were from so called Hwan (Korean version of legendary founder). And was located in central asia, so I don’t think is all hipes.

    Beside, many scholars now believes central asia was mother of most known civs. Remember ice age? I don’t think Egyptian, Greeks, Romans, Middle eastern civs were the master civ.

    Then again, it’s asian, I strongly believes Asian were once master of all other race.

  49. comment number 49 by: GarlicBreath

    many scholars now believes central asia was mother of most known civs

    Care to prove that. That sounds like a typical Korean history lessons that try’s to link all the dots on why they are the foundation of the human race. Its pretty universal among scientists that humans developed from Africa.

    I strongly believes Asian were once master of all other race.

    Of course you do, you are Korean and Koreans are taught from a young age that they are racial pure and superior to other races. The world view for Koreans is all about ranking. Koreans believe that they are above other Asians (not Japanese) and Africans, but once a Japanese or white person walks in the room, Koreans insecurity and inferiority comes out. That is why Koreans have a consistent need to prove that Americans and Japanese love them. Americans and Japanese don’t feel a need to feel superior to Korean.

  50. comment number 50 by: GarlicBreath

    This was suppoesd to be a quote:

    consoleman Says:
    I strongly believes Asian were once master of all other race.