Baek [his wife] was suffering the after effects of a stroke three years ago and had been living with her son, but visited her husband during the holiday. Moon's [the husband] acquaintances testified that the old man often felt lonely and had said he did not want to burden his children.
That's not what you want to hear around the holidays, or ever. I wonder what it would look like if an 82-year-old man hit the ground from 13 floors up.
YTN saves the day. The KT continues to allow ignorant comments at the bottom of the articles, quite an embarrassment for one of only a few English-language Korean papers.
proudafrican (22.214.171.124) 09-15-2008 19:23
oh well, a man has to keep his wife in line, even if it requires a beating from time to time.
proudafrican (126.96.36.199) 09-15-2008 21:37
there is nothing wrong with my comment. I have had affairs with many white women who complain their husbands are weak for not disiplining them. Women are like children, they need to be given boundaries, and punished if they step out of those boundaries
I wrote about that phenomenon back in March, and Roboseyo put his stank on it a month earlier, and it looks like the same tools are still at it, alive and roaming free over on that paper.