Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years

Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years: Version 2.0!

Saturday, October 22, 2011


A lot of green waegs will wonder just why Koreans do the 'V' sign when taking pictures.  Some have speculated that it has to do with looking cute, not wanting to be singled out of the herd, or as a sign of future Korean world domination.

What most waegs don't get is that it's really about celebrating the uniqueness of Korean culture, kept pure from outside influence for 10000 years, coming out to the world stage when needed most to share a vision of the world that is true and clean and highly conducive to productivity in a chaebol factory.

Koreans have been perfecting this purest perspective through many trials, tribulations, and victories, and now it is time to impart this wisdom to the world at large to improve the overall human condition primarily through saccharine kpop and overacted drama.  While some may disparage these vehicles,  it has been deemed necessary to use them to separate the unworthy from the Chosun.

With sufficient engagement and will, these provide ample clues to those dredging the bottom as to the heights humans can aspire if only they follow the Korean example.

So the next time you feel puzzled when seeing the V sign thrown out by Koreans during a photo, remember: they are simply sharing hard won wisdom.  If you are willing and able to commit fully, many Koreans will happily share with you these truths, while also offering competitive packages through Lee's English Emporium or Kim's English Palace.  It is your duty to all future generations to sign up now so this special education is spread most widely.

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