From Daum: Comments from Daum: pride: Ah fuck, I am not even kidding. I was born in ’82 but I am so sick of beanpaste girls. That is the promised land, the land of our brothers… Uzbekistan, here I come…The Uzbeks are mostly Russian with some Mongoloid blood mixed in. Ishinbayeba is a Mongoloid and Maria Sharapova is pure Slav. There you see fashion models selling sandwiches on the street, but Kim Tae-hee is out working in the fields….
All the fools thinking Uzbek women are easy-picking are thick as hell.
Getty's attorney, said: ''It's a case of the hired hands thinking they run and own the business and they don't want to listen to the owners.'' In Mr.The growing presence of foreigners in South Korea generates many a conflicting opinion on the Korean internet, and some of the themes broadcast by the Korean media during Chusoek last week were a timely reminder of this diversification in marriage partner selection.Perhaps nothing is more appealing to a Korean TV audience than a stock of resilient wives and affable daughter-in-laws – themes which often draw a very warn reception from viewers.Connected to this minor TV phenomena is the wider gender politics that often recalls widespread plastic surgery, sexual violence, courting for marriage, an obsession with luxury goods, online pornography, the business of dowry, changing sexual mores, relationships with foreign men, and clubbing culture, to name but a few.To this ever-expanding front-line of the cultural war within South Korea, multicultural marriages and foreign housewives looks set to be an increasingly important topic.