Living in Wonju South Korea, These Many Long Years

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

Thursday, June 14, 2012


Problematic Korean female attracts Waeg men
Lately there has been much buzz among Korean netizens over the fact that two brands of locally produced spirits, or soju, together outsell every other spirit in the world by a margin of 3:1.  Shockingly, instead of celebrating this victory of the finest and purest alcohol over lesser countries plonk, Korean netizens instead have fallen into lamentation, hand-wringing, and expressions of consternation over the fact that most of this liquor is consumed domestically instead of overseas, thereby doing little to promote Korean culture and products.

What these netizens don't get is that this rise in spirits sales also corresponds with the rather large rise of waegs on this fine peninsula;  therefore it stands to reason that it must be the waegs who are responsible for this situation.  While it may be commendable that waegs are acknowledging the superiority of Korean made products, these facts support the common knowledge that most waegs on this fine peninsula are the losers and lowlife pond scum many Koreans assume them to be.

Take heart, Korean netizens!  Stop thinking that your country is brimming over with alcoholics and is being ruined by a drinking culture that promotes excess!  Know that indeed it is once again the dirty waeg and his lost, problematic, easily duped Korean female consorts who are responsible for this situation!


Anonymous said...

Where in shitballs is the "so many kinds of wrong" videos?!?

Anonymous said...

Can soj' really be called a spirit at 20% abv and less?

F5Waeg said...

It is distilled, so by definition it is a spirit. Reason why its 20% or less is because of the water and sweeteners they add.

Beaner said...

Toss some sliced cucumber in that shit. The best soju EVAR!!!

F5Waeg said...

serious? Aight, I'll give it a go

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