** The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency message board is there for netizens to provide tips about crimes they'd like investigated. However what's posted there usually falls into two categories: (1) foreigners posting fake stuff for a laugh, and (2) angry netizens ratting out foreigners for selling drugs, or giving private lessons, or other stuff. But the responses from the police are always amusing, like this one for example in response to a tip about a prostitution website:
We will do crackdown them as soon as possible.
** This is one of my favorite things about living in South Korea.
** Hard to write about this woman without using foul language.
** Here's a hell of a Konglish shirt from clothing company Maru.
THE SAFETY SEAL FROM
MY VAGINA, REVEALING
MY VAGINAL OPENING
** "Stinkie Pinkie" has tons of photos of foreign women in bikinis at the Boryeong Mud Fest. Here's one:
** I like hotels and motels, and was thus interested in this article from the Joongang Ilbo about super-expensive hotel suites in Seoul.
** For those who can't spend thousands of dollars a night on a room
** I don't remember why I saved this page, but here are some pictures of Gokseong county's "Train Village," plus some random drawings. The Train Village (기차마을) is one of the places on my 2009 to-visit list.
** More Koreans are visiting Germany.
** I still have a post about booking coming up so I don't want to tip my hand too much, but I wanted to share some of these photos from a Gangnam booking club. The upskirts and the pictures of couples groping and making out are posted on the freeboards, but they make you wonder whether there are cameras in the private booths.
** Speaking of nightclubs, here's a blog that shows what one of Suncheon's clubs looks like after a night of partying. The blog is run by professional cleaners and is full of before and after pictures of various things.
** Photoshopped or not, probably the cutest kitten you'll ever see.
** I had no idea there was a Korean National University of Cultural Heritage.
** Here's how some Chinese preschoolers are learning English.
** Kang Seong-hye is cute.
** I found this commercial touching, and wondered if it was made in response to those firemen dying this summer, but I think it predates that accident.
** Um, thanks for the shout-out, I guess.
** "If Celebs Moved to Oklahoma." Some of these are really well done.
** And speaking of Oklahoma, I don't think the story here should be that the church cancelled the teen gun giveaway, but that it planned one in the first place.