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Baby makes a profound speech

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…got into one of those Youtube.com moods again where I had to find something humorous. Was really bored recently.

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Just short of 600 views…

Like I said “porcupines,” “Korean women” and many others like “how to say hello (or thank you) in Korean” are dominating the traffic on the blog these days.  For a snippet of the rest of the popular posts, check out the following WordPress stats for The Real “South” Korea: Continue reading

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Indians, Chinese & African Americans by Russell Peters

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So, this is some of Peters’ clips PLUS much more…45 minutes, but hillarious…

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“Somebody’s goin’ to get a hurt real bad…”

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You gotta see the end of this Russell Peters stand up skit…

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Saw this in one of my Facebook groups…lol

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North Korean Coneheads

So, what do you gals/guys think? Is this what you imagine we do to bad little kids who don’t do their chunks in English class?

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What is Brandon in Korean?

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One of the reasons why I stay here at WordPress with a long url like https://therealsouthkorea.wordpress.com is because they have a great metrics system identifying the number of views, the search terms people use to find me, the number of clicks people make on the links & which links are popular.

I saw a funny thing today though with my metrics today. Continue reading

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Korean Kids are soooooooooo Kute!

So, at the branch I work at, I see kids go up and down the stairwell daily.  I don’t teach as much because I’m finally able to my work as a Director in our company.  However, when I look at them sometimes I think to myself, “Wow, these are very unattractive kids.”  Nevertheless, I do substitute once in a while & did today and yesterday.  Today, for example, I thought the same exact thought before I walked into class because two kids were fighting — both hitting each other on the top of each others’ heads.  I thought to myself, “These kids are going to be a pain…”  Continue reading

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The difference in “cell phone culture” between Korea (possibly most of Asia) and the U.S.A.

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One thing I am reminded constantly when calling back home to the United States is the lack of people available on the other end. It’s not because they don’t have their cellular phones with them, but rather the fact they usually let phone calls go to voicemail. Even worse, if you’re calling with one of these free services, you better give your party that you’re calling a warning since they usually assume it’s spam or some solicitor calling them. Nevertheless, they usually end up let it go to voicemail with the possibility to call back. Continue reading

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a relatively ridiculous site that a student showed me…

http://weebls-stuff.com  – this is what shows you can do almost anything on the Internet and people come to it.  One of my 6th graders wanted me to check this site out. 

Some stats on this:

Estimate 378,500 visits in the previous 30 days….and 41 diggs on this. (from trafficestimate.com)

 

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You gotta love my kids…

So, one of my kids wrote me an essay in my iBT level 1 class on the topic “People behave differently when they wear different clothes.  Do you agree that different clothes influence the way people behave? Use specific examples to support your answer. ”

He ended his essay with:

“Lastly, fitting, for example when I wear a tights, I feel discomfort. So I could easily anger.”

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…get a divorce

OK, so I’m teaching my lowest level of kids — 2nd grade to 5th grade kids at the lowest level possible that CDI (my academy) has to offer.  I tell my kids a side note during class that I can cook and if they ever want me to cook for them, they just need to come to my home (the last part I said of course as a joke or in a joking manner).  Anyway, my smartest kid (4th grader) named Sangmin says “Why do you cook teacher?  Are you married?”  I say “yes, I am.”  He retorts, “Then why are you cooking?  It’s the wife’s job to cook.”  I reply back that “not all women have to cook in families.”  He says, “Yes, they should.  It’s their job.”  I then continue saying “No, as a man, I can also cook.”  He asks, “Why doesn’t she cook?”  And I joke back to him, but honestly, I’m a little serious because my wife readily admits this, but “she’s a little lazy & hates to cook.”  Well, I don’t expect much more beyond this, but he says, “Get a divorce (in Korean).”  I had no idea these kids even knew what the words for divorce was, but he repeated over and over “Ee-won-heh” which means “split up with your husband/wife (in Korean).”  I’m sorry, but I just had to laugh that he was repeating this over & over that I should do this because I can cook…

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