Stumbled across some recent photo galleries---here and here---of singer Lee Hyori the other day on Chosun.com, if you're into collecting those sorts of things. The picture I inserted above is a little hyorish and probably not safe for work, by the way, so exercise some caution.
In other news, there will no longer be cash prizes given to police officers who arrest unruly protestors. From the article:
The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency had initially planned to give 50,000 won to officers whose detainees were arrested and 20,000 won for indictment or submission to summary justice. The plan was to ``encourage'' officers ``suffering from the severe stress of dealing with protestors,'' it said.
The stress would include getting attacked with weapons and being kicked by thugs, I guess, points Amnesty International and the local hippie douches choose to ignore.
That all deserves a post of its own, but I didn't want to lead with something so newsworthy and serious heading into the weekend. From what I understand, though, the prizes given by the Ministry of Gender Equality for not having sex with hookers on New Years' are still on. The only catch is you have to not have sex with hookers on New Years'.