As someone who has tutored a lot in Itaewon, Seoul, and worked with a lot of Koreans over my illustrious career, one thing distresses me to no end when I'm working in Korea: Canadian flags.
They're everywhere. They're sewn onto the backpacks of numerous drunken Canadians staggering in and out of nightclubs. They're being waved by loud Canadians in the bars in Itaewon.
They're on the clothing of Canadians selling marijuana. They're all over the place, kind of like Canadian English teachers with fake diplomas.
Brought to you courtesy of The Marmot's Hole. I am distressed that the KT chose this over my response to Park Nam-sheik's comments on native speaker English teachers, though. Maybe next week.
I also, in all seriousness, need to fire off some emails to the editors over there, because this is ridiculous. Any native speaker copyeditor would not have okayed this letter, the numerous ones that are obvious fakes, or the garbage rants we see with increasing frequency, and you'd think any Korean copyeditor worth his salary would disapprove of stuff like this. The KT is still a good source of news, but its reputation is severely damaged when it prints stuff like this on its opinion page.