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Posted in: Japan comes together under Zaccheroni at Asian Cup See in context

they showed great respect by lining up to shake the hands of the Japanese at the end of the game.

That's pretty much the norm in every soccer game.

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Posted in: Japan lifts Asian Cup with 1-0 win over Australia See in context

Japan were just extra lucky last night.

With Korean touch.

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Posted in: Japan beats South Korea to set up Asian Cup final clash with Australia See in context

Australia looked like the underdog in comparison during the game and their attitude was that they considered themselves the underdog.

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Posted in: South Korea could be model for Japan’s economic development See in context

The Korean prime minister is also going to foreign markets promising financial backing and smooth transactions.

Fail miserably, why don't you accuse other leaders who help their contractors to win bid to build reactors in other countries (it's called business diplomacy)?

Korea is just copying what China is doing. Basically, giving gov't money to local businesses in order to gain a competitive edge in the global spectrum.

Another fail, if anything qina is copying and benchmarking everything Korea is doing (eg. shipbuilding, car industry etc.). And what country doesn't give incentives to its own businesses?

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Posted in: Asian Cup clash is another chapter in Japan-South Korea rivalry See in context

Not making any excuses, just answering to zaccheroni's statement.

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Posted in: Asian Cup clash is another chapter in Japan-South Korea rivalry See in context

Zaccheroni said his players were “mentally exhausted” after they battled from behind with 10 men to defeat host Qatar in the quarterfinals and gave them a day off to rest on Sunday.

Remember, Korea fell on the most difficult group of the cup, played 120 minutes on the last game and had only two days to rest before this match while Japan had four.

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Posted in: Anti-alliance See in context

they are leftist idiots.

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Posted in: Maki Horikita happy to play villain for first time See in context

She looks like a villain in the first place. She is one of the actresses I think has delusion of greatness when not so.

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Posted in: Waiting for a sign See in context

As for the question about what will happen to those before Christ:

"Indeed, when Gentiles, who do not have the law, do by nature things required by the law, they are a law for themselves, even though they do not have the law. They show that the requirements of the law are written on their hearts, their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts sometimes accusing them and at other times even defending them.) This will take place on the day when God judges people’s secrets through Jesus Christ, as my gospel declares."

-Romans 2:14~16-

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Posted in: Olympic figure skating champ Kim Yu-na leaves coach Brian Orser See in context

Obviously not, if her mother was the one who said it to Brian.

Am I seeing things? it's what she herself wrote with her own hands in her blog.

You also said Korean media is reporting that Mao's agency called orser which is untrue. He was the one who said was called by Mao's agency in an email he sent to Yuna but later denied in an interview in Canadian TV.

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Posted in: Olympic figure skating champ Kim Yu-na leaves coach Brian Orser See in context

Orser was fired by the Mother on August 2nd and Kim Yu-na wasn't even in the room. In a followup meeting she didn't broach the topic herself, the ideal time, and was noted as crying. So now then this comes out from her.

Kim Yuna said decision was hers in her blog, and she gives the last word on every decision.

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Posted in: Olympic figure skating champ Kim Yu-na leaves coach Brian Orser See in context

for those saying orser made her, she already did triples and beautiful programs way before he took her to be her student, she is gifted skater not because he made her that way. Also here's a neutral description of the incident:

http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/culturesports/2010/08/25/37/0702000000AEN20100825004900315F.HTML

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Posted in: FIFA praises Japan's 2022 World Cup bid See in context

FIFA is just like the International Olympic Committee (IOC), both organizations are polluted with corruption. They often say nice things and pretend to be impressed with bids. In the end, the country that is awarded the event will be the one that offers the biggest bribe.

Same with IOC. (e.g Sochi 2014)

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Posted in: Portugal pulverizes North Korea 7-0 as N Korea broadcasts game live See in context

don't worry, South Korea still has the record of losing a match in World Cup with the biggest margin :D

And that was when?

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Posted in: Portugal pulverizes North Korea 7-0 as N Korea broadcasts game live See in context

As a S. Korean myself I just laughed out loud after seeing the result.

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Posted in: Portugal pulverizes North Korea 7-0 as N Korea broadcasts game live See in context

there were only 3 fans from their country

there were qinese supporting N. Korean team.

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Posted in: Wen ever See in context

The kid might have nightmares for the rest of his life.

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Posted in: Wen ever See in context

ew.....

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Posted in: Shake See in context

Any cooperation with qina is a bad thing. I hope Korea and Japan see the EU and its crisis as an example not to follow.

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Posted in: South Korea beats Japan 2-0 in World Cup warm-up See in context

The order of my above comments was inverted for some reason.

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Posted in: South Korea beats Japan 2-0 in World Cup warm-up See in context

Also if Korea, Greece and Nigeria are in similar level as you say then you're acknowledging it's a strong team while deny it's a dark horse. You're not making much sense.

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Posted in: South Korea beats Japan 2-0 in World Cup warm-up See in context

"No, Korea are not really regarded as dark horses. Teams like Ivory Coast, Ghana and Serbia are generally considered the dark horses in this years world cup. In Asia the Koreans are considered very strong, but on the world stage they are, in my opinion, very average.

The only thing going for Korea is their group. While Argentina will obviously be favourites, Korea, Greece & Nigeria are of similar level so they have a decent chance of getting second place."

Korea beat Cote D'Ivoire 2:0. If it's best in Asia isn't a force to reckon with?

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Posted in: South Korea beats Japan 2-0 in World Cup warm-up See in context

Koreans are merely an average side

How so? Korea is considered the dark horse among strong teams.

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Posted in: SMAP to begin nationwide tour July 31 See in context

Reading all these comments I see why Korean pop is so popular there.

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Posted in: Asada takes world title; Kim gets silver at World Figure Skating Championships See in context

Of course, that's an impartial view coming from a Korean like yourself.

Mao was the favored one BY the judges in the beginning, wasn't it? 2008 World Championships anyone? Also the unfair downgradings of Kim's tripe-triple by some suspicious judges prior in most events prior to the Olympics. It seems that Kim overcame more obstacles.

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Posted in: Closing ceremony See in context

30 medals for East Asia. Good job!

I think each country should be proud of the number of medal each country earned. Having pride of the achievement of others is not a good thing at all. How pathetic does it sound "N. America earned x medals", "Europe earned x medals"?

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Posted in: Kim Yu-na wins figure skating gold with record score; Asada 2nd See in context

I thought Kim Yuna would be a little below Mao with about 72 points in the SP but even so she would have won in the free. I don't feel any glory in this victory.

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Posted in: China wins women's short track 3,000-meter relay after S Korea disqualified See in context

The Korean skater did two things that resulted in the DQ: 1. cross into the other skater's land to block her, 2. push the other skater to slow her down. These are called impeding and resulted in automatic DQ. NBC has the slow motion replay at 3 different angles. You can clearly see the Korean skater was at fault. The referee made the right call.

The Korean skater was already in the inner lane if anything it was the qinese skater's who's at fault who got on her way, and she didn't push the qinese skater it was her skate's blades that touched which doesn't make a dsq.

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Posted in: China wins women's short track 3,000-meter relay after S Korea disqualified See in context

just like the Koreans were jumping up and down when the Dutch guy got DQd yesterday.

Payback sucks. Best not go overboard at other's misfortunes.

The difference is that it was dutch team's own mistake while this is a deliberate bad call from the referee.

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Posted in: China wins women's short track 3,000-meter relay after S Korea disqualified See in context

Apparently the one referee that was there was the same who disqualified Kim Don Sung in Salt Lake 2002 and gave gold to Ohno. His name is James Hewish and is Australian. I want to see him fired from any competition.

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