Just saw #MissKoreaJisooDay trending. Is it just me or do all Korean chicks look all the same?? Posted on January 3, 2019 by Kate Natividad Do the Koreans have some sort of chick clone factory? It’s kinda creepy! Kate NatividadShare this:Tweet
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I’ve had several Korean classmates when I attended university and none of them looked like the K-pop idols these days. I don’t mean to be biased but I could safely say Japan is different :d
To me, even the names seem cloned, I find them hard to distinguish. Kim-Yun-Byue, Kim-Hyu-sung, Kim-La-Hat, and so on. Japanese is indeed easier to make out, with names like Yukio, Hanagase, Kaguro, Nakakasawanato and such. Well, maybe because I watch a lot of tokusatsu like Kamen Rider. I haven’t watched any tokusatsu equivalent from South Korea (I don’t expect North Korea to have ’em, lol).
I know there is something about the name “Park” that is supposed to be considered prestigious to Koreans… Might do some Google research on that…
I found this…
“According to the legend, Park Hyeokgeose was the founder of this Korean surname. He was said to be hatched from an egg and when the egg shell cracked, there were rays of light that came from it. Since the Korean verb for “to shine” or “to be bright” is spelled B-A-R-G in hangeul characters, his last name became Bak. When he turned thirteen, he became the founding king of the ancient Korean kingdom of Silla in 57 BCE.”
lol! I knew Fukimo Mekuto a long time ago, didn’t get the chance to date her though lol. I’d like to share that I’ve only met Koreans with the last name Park and as far as I can remember I’ve met 7 🙂
I enjoyed watching Kamen Rider Black and Kuuga because of it’s “darker” themes as compared to the latest ones :
It’s a business. They mass produce what works.