• Is 6 feet more than slightly taller than average for a South Korean man?

    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    a) yes b) no When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why does North Korea imprison people for stupid reasons?

    I watched a program on North Korean defectors living in South Korea and the US. One defector who escaped a prison camp, said he was put into a "re-education camp" the crime was "accidentally sneezing on a picture of then leader Kim Jong Il" on a commuter train and happened to be caught by a... show more
    I watched a program on North Korean defectors living in South Korea and the US. One defector who escaped a prison camp, said he was put into a "re-education camp" the crime was "accidentally sneezing on a picture of then leader Kim Jong Il" on a commuter train and happened to be caught by a train guard in Pyongyang. Him and his entire family of three generations were imprisoned because one family member got some mucus on a picture of the dear leader. That's an absurd excuse to imprison someone.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • A good english name for Korean woman?

    I'll go to England and America next month. So plz give me any english name for a korean girl. my name is Harang Kim Tall(maybe in Korea) and thin 20 years old woman with long brown black hair and eyes. Thank you for your answer :)
    I'll go to England and America next month. So plz give me any english name for a korean girl. my name is Harang Kim Tall(maybe in Korea) and thin 20 years old woman with long brown black hair and eyes. Thank you for your answer :)
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are the best parts of Korean culture?

    Best answer: they are very polite
    Best answer: they are very polite
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why is “Kim” such a popular Korean last name?

    Best answer: Why is "Smith" such a popular name in English-speaking countries?
    Best answer: Why is "Smith" such a popular name in English-speaking countries?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What 3rd world crap hole will Donald use next to conceal his failed presidency?

    he's as transparent as a 3rd grade bully with a reading disorder... much like his supporters
    he's as transparent as a 3rd grade bully with a reading disorder... much like his supporters
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • What food can I take to the uk from South Korea?

    I am going to South Korea and was wondering what food products I can take back to the Uk? It will probably mainly be snacks and maybe a bottle of alcohol I was also thinking maybe I could post myself snacks from Korea as well but then that might be another problem with post
    I am going to South Korea and was wondering what food products I can take back to the Uk? It will probably mainly be snacks and maybe a bottle of alcohol I was also thinking maybe I could post myself snacks from Korea as well but then that might be another problem with post
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • How difficult is it to become a doctor in korea?

    i want to be a surgeon in south korea, but i have heard that it is very difficult to even get into a medical school, but i just want to make sure.
    i want to be a surgeon in south korea, but i have heard that it is very difficult to even get into a medical school, but i just want to make sure.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Does it sound like this korean man likes me?

    he is from korea I am 13 and he is 21 I am attracted to him because he is the only korean from my town and looks so different from other boys. Sometimes he stares and smiles at me and once he waved at me. I usually like to call him oppa does he think it is cute?
    he is from korea I am 13 and he is 21 I am attracted to him because he is the only korean from my town and looks so different from other boys. Sometimes he stares and smiles at me and once he waved at me. I usually like to call him oppa does he think it is cute?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I make a cafe in south korea as a foreigner ?

    Best answer: yeah i think so..
    Best answer: yeah i think so..
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are korean men so sexy?

    Korea has the most hottest boys korean boys are manly yet feminine so hot i love korean men
    Korea has the most hottest boys korean boys are manly yet feminine so hot i love korean men
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would South Korea still be a safe country to visit?

    Best answer: Better than most !!!! And, NK is a freakin' JOKE !! Nothing to worry about.
    Best answer: Better than most !!!! And, NK is a freakin' JOKE !! Nothing to worry about.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How many Koreans know English?

    I was planning on visiting Seoul, my onlly fear is that I'm not sure about what Koreans are like with English. I've been told that police officers are required to speak English in order to graduate, is that true?
    I was planning on visiting Seoul, my onlly fear is that I'm not sure about what Koreans are like with English. I've been told that police officers are required to speak English in order to graduate, is that true?
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What will a war between South Korea/USA vs North Korea look like?

    Best answer: We can speculate on the most likely outcomes, but at the end of the day, we can never be sure what it will look until (or unless), it actually happens. Possible scenarios include a DPRK first strike on a South Korean, American or Japanese target, they include a decapitation strike by the US and the ROK to take out... show more
    Best answer: We can speculate on the most likely outcomes, but at the end of the day, we can never be sure what it will look until (or unless), it actually happens. Possible scenarios include a DPRK first strike on a South Korean, American or Japanese target, they include a decapitation strike by the US and the ROK to take out the North's top leadership or a preventive measure designed to hit their missiles or artillery before they can be used. There are heaps of possibilities when it comes to what might spark a conflict. But the question of what will happen after that cannot be answered right now with any degree of certainty. While the North has a large standing army and formidable offensive capabilities in terms of its artillery batteries and long and short range missiles, that doesn't mean that any or all of those things would come into play in a conflict.

    COULD the North unleash Hell on Seoul and the capital region or send missiles and shells toward Guam or Tokyo? Sure, they COULD. But WOULD they? The DPRK needs to keep up the illusion that its soldiers are completely loyal and obedient, willing to die for the Dear Leader. But that illusion comes from the reality that they are bound to be loyal and obedient because they, their families, would face death - or punishments worse than death, if they were to disobey or betray. But once it became clear that the regime was on the verge of being toppled, would its generals order strikes on civilians knowing that the response would be annihilating? Knowing that their own people would be slaughtered? That their own cities would be leveled? Knowing that they might spend the rest of their days in a small cell in the Hague for war crimes? Maybe not. Would the legions of soldiers march bravely to certain death if they knew that the Americans and the South were going to overrun their forces and eliminate their country from the list of sovereign states on this planet? Maybe not.

    The question of what China might do, what the Chinese reaction might be to the DPRK disappearing is the bigger question. People die, that's war. It could be worse than what we imagine, or it could be a situation where only a small fraction of those things comes to pass. But if the Chinese decide that they aren't content with a US-aligned unified Korea, that would be a much bigger issue.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago