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Merry Christmas, America-Haters?

Ron-CA Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 3:38 PM
I am just a tad reluctant to accept the generalization that this one individual's comments reflect the view of South Koreans in general, and certainly do not accept the suggestion that this is how the rest of the world views the US.
Michael160 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 5:30 PM
He's a pop star, not some hardcore radical. If he said these things during a concert, that means there was a huge audience cheering him on. In fact at the time there were huge demonstrations all over Korea against the US.
Ann Anon Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 5:22 PM
Ever travel abroad? Be careful where you go. Stay on the official tourist path. If you learn the language, even a little you will hear things that shock and hurt you. And also save you a lot of money not supporting their economy. I go where I am treated, not like royalty, but like people. That would be all over the USA. And it is certainly big enough and diverse enough to show me anything I want to see.
Arley2 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 4:19 PM
The idiot's views most likely ARE NOT the view's held by most Koreans. For me the issue is Obama and wife supporting the one Korean idiot.

Obama is a loser, and we're stuck with him no matter how incompetent he is.

When TNT was preparing its annual special "Christmas in Washington" with the president of the United States, you'd think the last star musician they would consider to join the official caroling would be Psy, the South Korean rapper. What on Earth is Christmasy about this man's invisible-horse-riding dance to his dorky disco-rap hit "Gangnam Style"? It's not exactly the natural flip-side to "O Holy Night." But TNT couldn't resist this year's YouTube sensation.

This inane publicity stunt backfired when the website Mediaite reported on Dec. 7 that Psy (real name: Park Jae-sang) had participated in a 2002 protest in which...