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Avatar of GI KoreaBy on May 5th, 2013 at 1:00 pm

Picture of the Day: Kim Yun-seo Looking Good In Blue

Actress Kim Yun-seo attends the opening ceremony of the Jeonju International Film Festival on Thursday. [Chosun Ilbo]

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  • Liz
    11:07 am on May 5th, 2013 1

    Wow she is exquisitely lovely. Perfect gown too. I instinctively want to hate her.

  • Bobby Ray
    11:13 am on May 5th, 2013 2

    Good heaven what in the heck is wrong with that oversized left hand of hers? She looks like that Hellboy character.

  • Glans
    12:24 pm on May 5th, 2013 3

    Blue? That dress looks green to me.

  • Jake
    12:33 pm on May 5th, 2013 4

    Turquoise

  • Liz
    1:24 pm on May 5th, 2013 5

    Why are none of my comments showing?

  • Liz
    1:25 pm on May 5th, 2013 6

    Except that time….the color is teal.

  • Anon
    4:23 pm on May 5th, 2013 7

    since she’s korean i just have to ask, did she have any work done?

  • Baek, In-je
    6:58 pm on May 5th, 2013 8

    I’ve seen that face somewhere before…I wonder where? Oh yeah…on EVERY OTHER Korean woman in Korea. The same cookie cutter plastic surgery face. So pathetic. Korean women have big thick jaws…that’s what we like about them, right….hehe, if you know what I mean.
    Also, I think we can all guess which hand is her jack off the producers and VIPs hand. He he he.

  • Leo
    10:50 pm on May 5th, 2013 9

    That face looks awfully familiar indeed… :shock:

  • TxL8r
    11:26 pm on May 5th, 2013 10

    #8-
    Dong Mok-nun Kaysekki.

  • tom langley
    12:35 am on May 6th, 2013 11

    Liz #1, I instictively want to have sex with her, lol.

  • 1488666ahhssss
    2:06 pm on May 6th, 2013 12

    baekinje, go die.

  • Baek, In-je
    7:27 pm on May 6th, 2013 13

    You go die, chosinjean.

  • TheKorean
    8:05 pm on May 6th, 2013 14

    Baek In-je,

    And you Americans don’t have thick jaws? Koreans are northern Asiatic people, so shut up. :roll:

  • jim
    8:17 pm on May 6th, 2013 15

    14,
    americans don’t have any “typical” look except fat and bloated. we come from all over originally.

  • sockpuppetsneedtobewashedtobeouted
    5:48 am on May 7th, 2013 16

    Korean-Americans do #14

  • Baek, In-je
    9:32 am on May 7th, 2013 17

    No #14. We Americans have jaws that are properly proportionate to our faces, ergo why OUR women, please understand MY culture, don’t have to have our f#$%ing face bones shaved down, lol. We naturally have v-line jaws, like most other homo sapiens, lol.

  • setnaffa
    1:56 pm on May 7th, 2013 18

    “Baek, In-je” is still sore about that hostess that stood him up…

  • 1488666ahhssss
    1:59 pm on May 7th, 2013 19

    baekinje, hope you end up with your cranium smashed in.

  • kushibo
    6:21 pm on May 7th, 2013 20

    1488666ahhssss, no matter how reprehensible you may find someone’s views, threatening them with harm or wishing harm on another commenter/blogger goes beyond the pale.

  • Baek, In-je
    9:01 pm on May 7th, 2013 21

    Thank you, Kushi. Glad to know you’ve got my six.

  • TxL8r
    2:16 am on May 8th, 2013 22

    This has gotten completely anal, thanks to feeding the trolling slug.

    Learn your blogging lessons well, folks. There will always be instant retribution (Kushibo) cast upon anyone who suggests a violent end to a racist, condescending, sexist instigator (baekinje).

    Whose Korean name, BTW, literally means ‘white, right now’. How ironic is that?

  • John in NY
    7:10 am on May 8th, 2013 23

    I think Baek is Tom in drag. :razz: But yeah, don’t kill the guy, you’re just as big a loser as he is if you take this so personally that you want to kill some anonymous person.

  • Jeremy
    2:08 pm on May 8th, 2013 24

    #23. Agreed, although it’s no surprise that Baek is a sexist, misogynistic pig as well as a racist.

    On a side note, I’m wondering if he sided with the rioters who were targeting Korean businesses during the L.A. Riots.

  • kushibo
    4:59 pm on May 8th, 2013 25

    On a side note, I’m wondering if he sided with the rioters who were targeting Korean businesses during the L.A. Riots.

    Well, he sided with the architects of Imperial Japanese war and genocide, simply because the Koreans don’t like them. :roll:

  • Baek, In-je
    7:30 pm on May 8th, 2013 26

    Everybody loves the Japanese. They are so kind, so polite, so organized. They should be what Koreans aspire to be….civilized.

  • kushibo
    8:06 pm on May 8th, 2013 27

    Everybody loves the Japanese. They are so kind, so polite, so organized. They should be what Koreans aspire to be….civilized.

    Yes, the ones you spoke out in favor of were so kind, so polite, so organized… and so civilized.

    Try moving to Japan and see how long your love of them lasts when you end up seeing ad after ad of “no gaijin” housing notices.

  • kushibo
    8:24 pm on May 8th, 2013 28

    And just so we’re clear, Baek Inje was clearly talking about the fourteen Class-A war criminals when he was saying that “any enemy of Korea” — including folks responsible for 25 million civilian deaths not even including Japanese civilians — must be an okay person by virtue of that fact:

    Yes, I am serious, you Korean puppet. That was a kangaroo court, as everyone knows, that convicted them. Any enemy of Korea cannot possibly be so bad. [original quote]

    If your loathing of a place leads you to such thoughts… just mind-boggling.

  • Baek, In-je
    8:55 pm on May 8th, 2013 29

    Koreans are a horrible, horrible people, and I am not alone in my observation.

  • Jeremy
    9:12 pm on May 8th, 2013 30

    #28 Indeed, and these same war criminals tortured and killed American soldiers as well. That doesn’t seem to bother Baek, In-je, though (guess he’s a traitor to his country on top of being an ass).

  • Smokes
    12:32 am on May 9th, 2013 31

    f**king rokdrop man.. only here does a post about eye candy get turned into politico…

  • Leon Laporte
    1:53 am on May 9th, 2013 32

    Try moving to Japan and see how long your love of them lasts when you end up seeing ad after ad of “no gaijin” housing notices.

    Actually, they live in a free society. One should be able to rent ones property to, or hire for that matter, whom they wish. Our “free country” could perhaps get a refresher in freedom from those folks.

    31. That’s the beauty of it, baby! :razz:

  • Baek, In-je
    8:37 am on May 9th, 2013 33

    Shut up, Jeremy. You talk about traitors on a patriotic website? Silly klown.

  • tbonetylr
    9:16 am on May 9th, 2013 34

    # 24 Jeremy,
    “On a side note, I’m wondering if he sided with the rioters who were targeting Korean businesses during the L.A. Riots.”

    Not like David Choe(Korean American) who said on the 2nd episode of CNN’s/’Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown’ that he did some looting during the L.A. riots too.

    But David Choe has been telling the story for a while now, his rioting included lighting a van on fire and he probably even looted a Korean business…
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/02/03/david-choe-facebook-s-millionaire-graffiti-artist.html
    “What happened two weeks later was a little affair called the 1992 Los Angeles riots. Choe said that he and his brothers looted and set a van on fire. (“Stores were raped to the ground.”)”

  • kushibo
    1:57 pm on May 9th, 2013 35

    Congratulations, tbonetylr, on finding the one outlier in the whole situation. Bonus points for trying (as it appears you’re doing) to make him seem like a typical case.

    If you want to bash Korean Americans for what went on during the L.A. riots, there’s a lot of other stuff out there. Stuff that was actually relevant in most cases.

    Things like it turning out that the people defending the Korean-owned stores were at greater risk of being shot by each other than from the people they were supposedly defending the stores from.

    Or go refer to the Korean community spokespeople as media whores.

  • tbonetylr
    4:35 pm on May 9th, 2013 36

    Just because you never considered it(a David Choe type looter/fire-starter existed) during the LA riots nor included it in your rant/story telling doesn’t mean you have to dismiss him(and his brothers) as the only possible Korean American that partook in the looting/fire starting misadventures. African American and Hispanic residents weren’t the only people responsible for the property loss during the LA riots.

  • kushibo
    4:43 pm on May 9th, 2013 37

    I’m sure if you really, really, really dig around, you might get a few more.

    Nevertheless, they are outliers. Any real culpability among the kyopo community is elsewhere.

 

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