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Love the tag ;)
I give the guy credit for being passionate about his politics and beliefs. After all, it wasn't too long ago when you actually DID have to fight for democracy in Korea. I also like that he wears hanbok, the only one in the National Assembly---I believe---who does so. Hard to rage against the American machine when you're wearing a suit, or blue jeans and a t-shirt. A few of my coworkers have worn hanbok every day, and I think it suits them well.That said, I do think the antics in the National Assembly are over-the-top, to say the least.
Hard to rage against the American machine when you're wearing a suit, or blue jeansBecause they restrict movement or because Americans invented them? ;)Um, anyway, I agree that any good patriot should wear a hanbok. I just feel bad for the hanbok wearers who aren't nationalistic zealots.
Actually, that's a totalitarian Juche-ist pretending to be a "democratic lawmaker."
Because they restrict movement or because Americans invented them? ;)*high-five*If I were Brian, I would go with both.
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