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Sep 28th 2011 5:39AM *misrepresentation
Sep 28th 2011 5:37AM no one eats the live octopus in this manner. its usually chopped up so the pieces of legs are still moving about, or there is a way to eat the whole octopus, but such type of octopus isnt that large, it makes a near bite size when wrapped around the chopstick. also, they dont eat the octopus with bare hands in such barbaric manner. this is definitely a miss representation of the practice of eating live octopus.
whether eating a live octopus in the first place is controversial or not, you gotta accurately reflect the actual practice of eating it.
Aug 30th 2011 11:44AM 니 nee, is an informal version of 너 nuh to refer "you" its like saying 'yeah' instead of 'yes'
Mar 17th 2011 10:10AM not a big prob for VW in my opinion. they just need to bring their bluemotion line of vehicles. they get better mileage than even the hybrids from asia. i think polo bluemotion gets something like 70 mpg....
Jan 13th 2011 8:26AM hyundai, along with samsung and other conglomerates in korea, are the most sought after employers. they have the best pay and best benefits. These companies litterally only take top 1% of the college graduates in korea. i dont think entry level pay of $40,000 and 6, 7 figures pay at the upper managerial level hardly constitutes as a worker abuse.
not only is the pay and the stability of the jobs amazing, once you become a part of these organizations, they will pay not only for your further education, but your children's as well... all the way to college.
if that is worker abuse, i would gladly be abused.
Jan 12th 2011 11:00AM how hyundai motors came along in the first place was hyundai construction built transportational infrastructure, ie. highways, back in the 70s under president Park. but then they needed to use the roads for something, and justify the building of the roads... so they started a automotive division to fill those roads... it's just ironic that hyundai motors is in position to gobble of the construction.
Dec 14th 2010 12:29PM the best version of the cruze is the Daewoo lacetti premier with 2.0 lt diesel, manual trans and leather interior.
Dec 9th 2010 7:22PM I dont even care what you said... STOP YELLING ON THE INTERWEBS!!!!
Nov 17th 2010 3:52PM its alright, both sonata and k5 aka optima doesnt come with manuals in korea either.
Nov 1st 2010 8:17AM So im guessing US standard is lower than Skorean standard since if US standard exceeded SK's, then it would be a selling point. So in much more dense and crowded Skorea, US gov is asking for Skorean citizens to breath dirtier air which their cars produce, so they can sell more cars...
I personally think there should be a global standard for emissions, now that will help US cars to sell abroad... instead of asking laws to be changed so that its cars will be competitive... Only if US gov would look at long term goals and try to lead the rest of the world with the standards...
Now, even if SK gov were to lower their emission standards to subpar US level, and more US cars can come into SK market, does US gov think SKoreans would buy their cars?? after US forced SK gov to lower their standards jeopardizing their health??
come on, this is nonsense. IF US wants to sell more cars in SKorea, they should be worrying about other import cars such as german and japanese cars and make them more competitive.
SKorean car buyer actually has very similar taste in cars as US buyers in that they want big and soft riding cars. This is why US cars did pretty damn well in Skorea back in the 90s. But as Skorean's income rose, they started driving more nicely appointed german cars and now japanese.
Ford prolly has the best chance in Korea, but US gov's request to lower the emission standards wont help one bit, in fact it may be counter productive.