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S Korean opposition leader shaves head to protest against justice minister

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By KIM TONG-HYUNG

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Cool. Better than side parts and combovers.

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Better than setting onself on fire for sure.

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I'm going to shave my mustache, that should count.

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He didn’t exactly shave it - just a very tight crew cut

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Honestly, this looks better than his 7/3 hairstyle.

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He looks about 10 years younger to be honest. Maybe next he will hit the gym and lose 15lbs in this public protest against corruption.

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Now is the perfect time for Moon to start the anti-Japan rhetoric again to divert attention away from his own corruption and inadequacies. Been kinda quiet on that front lately, no?

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Another day, another anti-Japan protest stunt. You can set your clock to it.

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Korean style of protesting. It cool.

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Another day, another anti-Japan protest stunt. You can set your clock to it.

@Ganbare - Umm how is this an anti-Japan protest? The opposition leader was protesting against alleged corruption by the SK government. Nothing to do with Japan whatsoever.

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Another day, another anti-Japan protest stunt. You can set your clock to it.

Right, a Korean minister, corruptions charges from within the country, possible corruption from his wife and another relative, and this is an anti-Japan stunt?

Guess you dont read the articles before posting either!

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I think that an exclamation point design shaved onto the top would be a nice touch...

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