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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on March 6th, 2013 at 7:38 am

Korean-American Joseph Yun Nominated as the US Ambassador To Malaysia

US Ambassador to South Korea, Sung Kim now has a fellow Korean-American ambassador this time in Malaysia:


Joseph Yun, a deputy assistant secretary of state, has been appointed U.S. ambassador to Malaysia.

Once the Senate approves his appointment, he will become the second Korean-American ambassador after Sung Kim, the envoy in Seoul. [Chosun Ilbo]

Speaking of Malaysia has everyone been following the MILF terrorist invasion of Malaysia’s Sabah province? I guess since these thugs could not get anywhere against the Filipino military they have decided to try their luck againt the Malaysians. The Malaysian military may not have as much combat experience as the Filipino military, but judging by the Malaysian soldiers I have worked with in the past I have no doubt they will crush these thugs.

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  • Baek In-je
    10:04 am on March 6th, 2013 1

    [Deleted by Moderator]

  • Dr.Yu
    10:41 am on March 6th, 2013 2

    #1. What´s your problem with Korea and Koreans ??? You seem to be a very intelligent person. Please explain us …

  • a98cer
    3:43 pm on March 6th, 2013 3

    MILF terrorists? What are they, really deadly porn stars or something?

  • Leon LaPorte
    4:12 pm on March 6th, 2013 4

    3. Hot momma’s.

  • Anon
    4:51 pm on March 6th, 2013 5

    #1 Agreed, every bad contract in USFK involves involve a Korean-American West pointer

  • Dr Yu
    5:01 pm on March 6th, 2013 6

    #5. Evidence?????

  • Anon
    5:08 pm on March 6th, 2013 7

    #6 well not to change the subject, but name one Korean President that isnt in jail or commited suicide becuase he was ggoing to jail. plus All the Korean companies steal tech from US, german & Japanese companies. Samsung spent decades copying Sony but never got sued since Sony was too arrogant to acknowlegde them. But Apple Sued

  • Dr Yu
    6:01 pm on March 6th, 2013 8

    #7. Yes you can change the subject as long as you provide evidences to back your comments. Now you have to provide evidences for comments #5 and #7.
    Please don’t be long …..

  • Leon LaPorte
    6:36 pm on March 6th, 2013 9

    I can help a little with #7, Dr. Yu.

    Roh Moo-hyun – The first President of the Sixth Republic trialed for impeachment. Roh’s suicide followed the suicide of a number of high profile figures under corruption investigations in Korea in recent years, including the former secretary of Prime Minister Kim Young-chul, former Busan mayor Ahn Sang-Young (who committed suicide while in prison), Park Tae-young, former governor of Jeolla province, and Chung Mong-hun, a former Hyundai executive. Roh himself had been sued by the widow of former Daewoo E&C head Nam Sang-Guk for allegedly making defamatory comments that drove her husband to throw himself off of a bridge. Roh’s suicide was followed later in the year by the suicide of another politician, the Mayor of Yangsan, who was being subject to a corruption investigation.

    One example is always enough for the ROKDrop. :razz:

    I wish we sent our politicians to prison after they leave office. :razz:

  • Mongoose
    7:13 pm on March 6th, 2013 10

    Dr.Yu, you don’t need to be personally offended with #1. That poster sounds like a rea idiot without any inkling of “intelligence”.

    That put aside, are there more K-Ams in the State Department than any other government agencies or are those two the only ones who happen to be really great at what they do so they got promoted up to that level?

    You don’t see many Asians in the State Department or other U.S. Government agencies.

  • Dr.Yu
    7:34 pm on March 6th, 2013 11

    #9. Syngman Rhee. Dae Jung Kim. Yong Sam Kim. No suicide or prison here …. Korean Air, Kia, Hanjin, Posco, Asiana, Dong Kuk, Medison, Doodam, KAI, Cheil Jedang, etc, no sign of USA company technology theft here too… Samsung vs Apple? Crapple won his legal actions against samsung only in the USA and recently in Japan and there are legions of people around the world that says samsung did not copy crapple …
    Well, there are flaws in Anon’s comments so unless he is retarded and can not be held responsible for his actions it would be good him to reconsider his words or based on his burden of proof proves that ALL presidents in korea went to jail or commited suicide and that ALL korean comapanies stole USA technology, and that Sony did not sue Samsung becuse they were arrogants and that crapple sued samsung because they were not arrogants ….
    BTW, Anon do you really need your mom Leon to defend you here? Still waitting for your evidences for comments #5 and #7. Baek In Jae should also presente the evidences for his comment #1.

  • Dr.Yu
    7:52 pm on March 6th, 2013 12

    #10. I once met a korean americam woman as consul (not general consul) in the american consulate in Sao Paulo (Brazil) more than 10 years ago, so yes, she was member of the USA state department. Unfortunatelly I cant tell you her name but she is no longer there.
    She used to tell me how hard it was for her to achieve such position and that her friends in the USA envied her a lot but none of them seemed to understand how much time she spent studying to be admited in the department and that everytime she was moved to a new country she had to learn the county’s language only in 6 months ….

  • Mongoose
    7:59 pm on March 6th, 2013 13

    #12. No free lunches. Yes. I do agree Dr. Yu that #1 guy should present his case to you because it sounded very racist. I don’t know why ROKDROP is condoning such racist remark on his board. Even if it was a joke, it did personally offend Dr.Yu who I believe is a Korean. Any such remark should be criminally prosecuted.

  • Leon LaPorte
    8:31 pm on March 6th, 2013 14

    13. You might have offended some one in a post you made in another thread, yet I would not call for you to be criminally prosecuted, quite the contrary, I would defend your right to say it.

    When did everyone acquire this “right” never to be offended?

  • Mongoose
    8:52 pm on March 6th, 2013 15

    #14: It is a racist remark. Do you condone racism? I believe you do.

  • Tom
    9:07 pm on March 6th, 2013 16

    Mongoose. It’s very simple. The rule of this forum is this. Thou shalt not make bad remarks (racist or not) on Americans, especially American soldiers. You will get deleted and get banned and be harassed. But it’s open season on Koreans, it’s anything goes. You’ll be called a hero. If you can’t take their heat, then I suggest you get out of the kitchen and let me handle them. ;-)

  • Leon LaPorte
    9:19 pm on March 6th, 2013 17

    16. Funny, I defended you enough times, Tommy. :lol:

  • Denny
    9:21 pm on March 6th, 2013 18

    That’s why stopped coming to ROK Drop lately, too much racism. US Soldiers sure live the racism stereotype. Goodbye, ROK Drop.

  • Denny
    9:22 pm on March 6th, 2013 19

    Oh, and I was a moderate, voting 50% 50% between Democrat and Republican before coming here, but after coming to ROK Drop, I vote mostly Democrat. I learned that Republicans at ROK Drop are very racist. And, I vote in a swing state, Pennsylvania. No wonder Republicans have chased Asians out of their party with racism.

  • Mongoose
    9:25 pm on March 6th, 2013 20

    #16, I don’t appreciate your attitude here either. As far as I am concerned, you are no different from BJ and laporte. You need to get a life besides this board. I believe you really are a Canadian. Is it nearing bed time for you? Around 11:30 pm your time?

  • Tom
    9:46 pm on March 6th, 2013 21

    ” Is it nearing bed time for you? Around 11:30 pm your time?”

    I don’t know what you are talking about. I just got up and had my morning coffee. :roll:

    “I defended you enough times, Tommy”

    You betrayed me Leon. I’m disappointed in you.

  • Baek In-je
    10:10 pm on March 6th, 2013 22

    Criminal prosecuted for exactly what? Offending you or telling the truth? If you want evidence of Korean dishonesty, there are volumes of proof. Did I offend you? Get over it. But if you cannot, you can demand satisfaction, sir. We could stand back-to-back, and take ten paces, the civilized way. Have you a Second, sir?

  • just sayin
    10:18 pm on March 6th, 2013 23

    Baek In-je = Retired GI

  • Baek In-je
    10:19 pm on March 6th, 2013 24

    Asian-Americans, and Korean-Americans in particular, voting outside of the Republican agenda is antithetic to their interests in that many Asian-Americans are entreprenuers. So voting for the party that supports businesses, especially SMEs, would seem the better way to go. Plus, and I hope I dont offend anyone, Asian-Americans are not so interested in seeing taxpayer dollars go for social programs.

  • Baek In-je
    10:21 pm on March 6th, 2013 25

    I am not a retired G.I.

  • John in NY
    10:25 pm on March 6th, 2013 26

    Many people here have soured on certain aspects of Korea. That’s fine. Korea isn’t for everyone and certain cultural clashes can be understood. Everyone on this site has some grief about their experiences in Korea. But this guy Baek just comes off as one big loser. This guy gets no sympathy from me. I hope he never comes back to the States, we don’t want him. Korea, you can have him. :lol:

  • just sayin
    10:40 pm on March 6th, 2013 27

    #24, same writing style, same grammar and spelling mistakes as Retired GI

  • Baek In-je
    11:08 pm on March 6th, 2013 28

    Who is “we”, John in NY? My family has been in America since the mid-1800 on one side and much further back on the other side. I am the alpha male in “my country.”

  • Mongoose
    11:09 pm on March 6th, 2013 29

    #21, It is my wish that a poster like you be criminally prosecuted for such racist remarks that offend masses but I know full well that there is no such law or regulation in both the U.S. and South Korea to bring posters like you in front of the law. It’s a pity.

    I really think that your whining and bitterness toward other nationalities or race should be expressed in more adult fashion. Your comments are better suited to be spoken while under the influence of alcohol or drug in some sleazy joint. Please take your comments elsewhere. Those offend others. But of course, I don’t own this blog so if the owner of this blog let’s you go on about dissin’ other peoples, then I would be the one that would have to leave the racist blog. Hope this would not be the case.

  • Smokes
    11:19 pm on March 6th, 2013 30

    Tom @ #16: Once again there you go showing you aren’t worthy of being given a chance to be treated seriously on here.

    I complian way more about Americans then I do Koreans.

    You usually make no attempt to make valid arguments and mostly go on on and on about the same three things while spouting baseless claims and random insults.

    I’m not even sure why you come on here in the first place, you’re not a Korean citizen, you’re not an American citizen, you don’t live in Korea or America and you have no affiliation with any of the organizations discussed here. Nothing talked about on ROK Drop concerns you in the least.

  • John in NY
    11:20 pm on March 6th, 2013 31

    Oh shit, well, I didn’t know you wuz so special. I can’t really see your badge from here. Let me ask you this Gollum, how did you end up so far away from home and so helpless? Your ancestors practically invented America and there you are miserable and laughed at by your students. You mean you couldn’t get your folks to pull their weight to get you a nice office job? Nepotism works here and you don’t need to bribe like in Korea. And burgers are cheap and plentiful too. Lately Five Guys has been taking over much of the eastern States here and In and Out is still going strong in the West. Maybe try the Philippines if America and Korea are too hard for you.

  • Baek In-je
    1:56 am on March 7th, 2013 32

    Thanks, John. Yes, I am special. And my ancestors, and people like them didnt practically invent America, we did invent America. So suck on that.
    And I dont teach English, but might be able to help you some.

  • John in NY
    6:26 am on March 7th, 2013 33

    They did all thatand yet there you are the other side of the world. You may not teach now but you were a teacher there once. You even said so. Shitty job, low on the respectometer, i know. Dude, I’m sorry that you let Korea change you bro. Most americans are thciker skinned than that. Also most Americans who can trace their lineage that far back are hard working folks. They don’t need to pull out their membership card like it makes them more American. And it surely doesn’t mean shit in Korea. If you got it so bad there, leave. That’s what most Americans will do. But no, you’d rather sob and bitch here. Pathetic bro. Go make another cartoon bro. We understand it’s one of the few devices you have left for you. Tickle Me Emo.

  • Dr.Yu
    6:40 am on March 7th, 2013 34

    #13. Thanks Mongoose. There are good and bad people everywhere and you seem to belong to the first group. Yes I’m Korean but I left korea when I was a kid.
    As Tom pointed out well racism is tolerated here by the admin as long as it is focused on other nationalities than the american ….. honestly I think GI lets these trolls talk here to let them voice his opinions through them …
    BTW, guys like baek in jae does not offend me anymore because racism is standard here … whenever I want to see stupid people talking stupid things I come here to have some good laughs :lol:

  • Dr.Yu
    6:42 am on March 7th, 2013 35

    “Shitty job, low on the respectometer” :lol: :lol: :lol:

  • Avatar of kangajikangaji
    11:40 am on March 7th, 2013 36

    I can tell you with absolute certainty that Retired GI is not Baek In Je.

  • Avatar of kangajikangaji
    11:41 am on March 7th, 2013 37

    #3: Moro Islamic Liberation Front

  • ComeDancing
    11:49 am on March 7th, 2013 38

    I don’t agree with #1 despite the fact he does make valid points some of the time, but that’s what freedom of speech is all about.

    If one should be prosecuted for racism, especially on the internet, how many Koreans would be in jail? As usual the excuses absolving Koreans will be given for such things. A Korean guy in ’02 told me to “go back your country Yankee, Koreans hate America!” As far as I’m concerned, the usual apologies because of embarassment and “you have to understand us” bullshit excuses were and are pathetic.

    Generally, it seems to be ok for Koreans to be racist because there is always some excuse, usually based on their “tradgic” history, for this.

    America, my country and other countries like them have scores of minorities in advanced social positions. Can Koreans say the same about Korea?

    All this aside, congrats to Joseph Yun, I’m sure he worked hard to get to where he is today.

  • Chris In Dallas
    1:08 pm on March 7th, 2013 39

    Since the US has such a racial/ethno-centric fetish, I consider this appointment pure injustice. You just know there is a fully qualified Malaysian-American out there who deserved the position way more than Yun.

  • Dr.Yu
    2:08 pm on March 7th, 2013 40

    Korean americans are now part of the multicultural american society, so targeting them with anti-racial prejudice is of course illegal … and the appointment of Mr.Yun was based on meritocracy, not racial criteria, so if someone knows that his assignment was in someway conducted in a unfair or illegal manner, he or she should go to the authorities and accuse him formally so that the law violator face the due punishment (the accused or the accuser, of course).
    His nomination only brings to light a modern trend in american society today: asians are occupying more important post in american public administration (based on meritocracy) and korean americans are among them (and that happens despite of the ignorant racism in some part of the american society clearly visible here too …)

  • Denny
    2:16 pm on March 7th, 2013 41

    #24 Sorry, but Republicans have chased away minorities, in particular Hispanic and Asian Americans, with their hate mongering. Hispanics are actually conservative Catholics and Asians have conservative work ethic, but instead of embracing these two groups, Republicans have chased them away with hate mongering. The demographics are changing, with Hispanics and Asians being the two fastest growing groups. However, the Republican party hasn’t adapted and are in big trouble for upcoming elections.

  • Avatar of kangajikangaji
    2:36 pm on March 7th, 2013 42

    On the topic of meritocracy…

    What I think is jacked up is how Ivy leagues will discriminate against Asians for having scores that are too high relative to everyone else.

  • Dr.Yu
    3:09 pm on March 7th, 2013 43

    #42. Let’s face it: racism exist everywhere and I’m not talkng about it as a hate sentiment, but racism an a broad sense.
    The USA is a democracy and democracy means rule of the majority, and since asians and latins are still minority they gotta have to live with that …

  • Chris In Dallas
    5:25 pm on March 7th, 2013 44

    41: Nonsense. Hispanics trend to Scumocrats because they want free stuff. As to Asians…I don’t really know why they vote for them. Perhaps they’re more comfortable voting for Fascists who remind them of the Fascists back in the homeland…

  • Glans
    5:34 pm on March 7th, 2013 45

    Chris, you hate America. Nobody’s making you stay here.

  • Baek In-je
    5:48 pm on March 7th, 2013 46

    John In NY: “They did all thatand yet there you are the other side of the world. You may not teach now but you were a teacher there once. You even said so. Shitty job, low on the respectometer, i know. Dude, I’m sorry that you let Korea change you bro. Most americans are thciker skinned than that. Also most Americans who can trace their lineage that far back are hard working folks. They don’t need to pull out their membership card like it makes them more American. And it surely doesn’t mean shit in Korea. If you got it so bad there, leave. That’s what most Americans will do. But no, you’d rather sob and bitch here. Pathetic bro. Go make another cartoon bro. We understand it’s one of the few devices you have left for you. Tickle Me Emo.”

    1. You make me feel so sad about a part btime job I had 7 years ago. ><
    2. Korea didn't change me; Korea doesn't change anything. Nothing changes here.
    3. I'm not your bro.
    4. An invitation to leave Korea if I don't like it. Wow! I totally didn't see that coming!
    5.I dont sob and bitch here. I contribute to the forum comments section conversation. I don't care what your opinion is…In a FREE COUNTRY like where I come from, please understand my culture, there are many different opinions. Most people accept that, if you cant then please leave my country. This is a forum for us, not for you.
    6. Stop calling me "bro."You come across as gay.
    7. Stop attacking other commenters. If you dont agree, state what you believe and focus on the conversation.
    8. And please drive well in New York. Please understand my culture.

  • Anon
    5:52 pm on March 7th, 2013 47

    Your right, lets kiick out all the hispanics, now you agriculture industry will go bankrupt in 1 year. every city doing well in the USA has a hard working hispanic workforce, can’t saythat for any other ethnic group. as far as lying koreans, most of the ones I meet in the US were illegals that overstayed there tuorist visas, also doesnt any rememebr back in ’08 when a number of High profile koreans were outed for lying about attened American Ivy schools, when all they did was take a tour. I think was a head buddhist monk. anyway, If korea gets over its infiorioty complex with Japan maybe they can move forward the way Singapore & Taiwan have.

  • Obama's Speech Coach
    6:01 pm on March 7th, 2013 48

    “glans” is an arrogant putz and doesn’t speak for everyone, even though, in his typically narcissistic manner, he thinks he does. His “reasoning” is typical of the potheads I went to college with in Northern California.

    “Baek In-je” is an arrogant putz; but comes across as an actual adult who has adult friends. :mrgreen:

    “Chris in Dallas” is one of the better posters here.

    “Denny” should stop showing up to say “goodbye I’m leaving because you’re all racists” and leave if he actually feels like that.

  • Chris In Dallas
    6:05 pm on March 7th, 2013 49

    45: I don’t hate America. I just hate Democrats.

  • Obama's Speech Coach
    6:15 pm on March 7th, 2013 50

    “Chris in Dallas” is one of the better posters here.

  • Baek In-je
    6:18 pm on March 7th, 2013 51

    Chris In Dallas
    “I don’t hate America. I just hate Democrats.”

    You are my new best friend.

  • just sayin
    6:41 pm on March 7th, 2013 52

    #36, Baek In-je appeared soon after Retired GI disappeared, and they have the same writing style and vocabulary.

  • Glans
    6:55 pm on March 7th, 2013 53

    I know I speak for everyone when I acclaim Baek In-je as a bro. Chris, some countries actually want immigrants. Try Canada or the Netherlands.

  • Chris In Dallas
    8:00 pm on March 7th, 2013 54

    53: I got no problems with immigrants. Democrats are a different story.

  • Jake
    9:57 pm on March 7th, 2013 55

    On Sabah:

    I have been following these for days and they are not from the MILF per reports (no pun intended) but they claim to be the “Royal Sulu Army”(whatever that means). There are also claims that some MNLF (split group from MILF) veterans which were trained in Sabah, Malaysia(Ironically!) in the invading group.

  • Avatar of kangajikangaji
    9:59 pm on March 7th, 2013 56

    #52: Well, even though your theory makes some sense and the timing is rather interesting, I’m afraid it’s just a coincidence. I’ve verified that the IP addresses are on two different continents, both do not come from proxy servers, and I’ve met Retired GI in real life.

  • Jake
    11:02 pm on March 7th, 2013 57

    The on going violence in Sabah, Malaysia, apparently have deep roots — especially among the Muslims in the Philippines.

    Gotta love how Britain screwed it’s former territories in the post-colonial period

    http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2013/03/08/there-was-no-sabah-referendum/

  • Mongoose
    1:19 am on March 8th, 2013 58

    #46 seems to get a release by writing on this board :roll: . Whatever turns people on…

  • Baek In-je
    4:20 am on March 8th, 2013 59

    #58 seems to get a release making negative comments about other posters. Does it turn you on, little man?

  • Glans
    8:16 am on March 8th, 2013 60

    Chris, I’m saying those countries would gladly accept you as an immigrant. You’d be appreciated, your talent and work would be rewarded. Your own state of Texas is starting to turn blue. Broaden your horizons, dude.

  • Chris In Dallas
    1:37 pm on March 8th, 2013 61

    What is the world coming to when an un-American tells an American to get out of America? The end must be near.

  • setnaffa
    2:50 pm on March 8th, 2013 62

    Don’t worry Chris. Glans will probably blame Bush/Cheney Halliburton when 0bama is successful and America finally does get nuked by the norKs…

  • Glans
    4:00 pm on March 8th, 2013 63

    Chris, even after you emigrate, you can still comment on the ROK Drop.

  • Baek In-je
    8:10 pm on March 8th, 2013 64

    “and the appointment of Mr.Yun was based on meritocracy…”

    The single most ignorant statement on a 64 comment thread.

  • kweeting (katy) Sam
    9:19 am on August 10th, 2013 65

    Gd.evening. My father already told me Ambassador Joseph Yun’s name in Chinese character. It’s relevant to me because I am not proficient in Chinese characters. I come from a Malay-English medium school.
    I think I should welcome Ambassador Joseph Yun or ‘Joe’ to Malaysia
    by just telling him the ‘ummps! of what he could do in his new posting as an Asian-American whom could give the thumbs-up appreciations to my suggestions. I will try to be brief.

    Joe, in order to win local communities’ hearts, you must be religious. If you would like to come to the bottom of the typical Chinese ordinary man, I would choose a Chinese temple where you
    can walk in to say ‘Hi’ to the gods. Just go to Chinatown or
    Jalan Sultan – I suggest you just go and walk in The Beautiful
    Hindu Temple of Terazzo smooth and clean floorings. It is just
    very name to ‘The Saddening Dare Them! Demolished Site of The
    Malay Heritage Building in the silly order to build The my against
    MRT system plans!’ The Singapore-advised styling MRT has been
    going against my Environmental Reviews of The Environmental Department of The National University of Malaysia (UKM)- It’s outdated! It’s futuristic as predictably nuclearized problematic!
    (RE: The Transportation Department, c/o (tn.) Haji Hamid, The
    Deputy Director, Kuala Lumpur City Council (DBKL. With hopes
    Joe could make a visit to see Tuan Haji at the 8th Floor at
    DBKL 2 Building. The Tel. No. is 603-20282293 Fax: 603-26939245.

    After praying in The Hindu Temple, Joe may eat at Secret Recipe
    at The Building of The Malaysian Chinese Association at Jalan
    Ampang, next to Citibank. I suggest you eat at the place which is
    contradictory of actually where and how you eat, which is usually
    a Malaysian culture to eat at Hawkers’ Foods Stall is because
    The Malaysian Delicacies are just as nice and the cakes are so
    enriched!

    After having done your prayers and ate your Malaysian foods, you
    can just ‘hop’ to Ampang Park nearby and get whatever you need.
    Perhaps you also in this shopping complex, can eat your meals at
    the top floor of The Food Court where most Malaysians office staff
    have their lunch. Here, you must greet ‘The Penang Rojak Man’
    who mixed vegetables, fruits and crackers all summed into the
    prawn paste sauce would cause you only RM5 per set mixture.
    Any misunderstood should be of unintended apologies as a newcomer,
    please call my father, ‘Uncle Sam’ at 6 019-2237133 (h/p).
    thank-you. Rgds, (SAM KWEE TING(UKM))

  • 2ID Doc
    6:46 pm on August 10th, 2013 66

    #43 Dr. Yu the US is a representative republic, not a democracy. Democracy is mob rule. As a republic all citizens have rights and duties, one of those rights is to vote by secret ballot. That secret ballot elects a representative to vote per the desires of those who elected that person to office. I could create my own blog on the perversion of those ideals, in that elected office holders are more beholden to the “party” they claim membership in or the “special interests” who buy the office, I am referring to the plans that were created over 200 years ago by the men who founded the government for this country.

 

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