OK, I haven't done a link fest in a while, you y'all will have to endure this one:
Now, somebody, anybody please tell me that the picture on the left is not of 15-year-old Michelle Wie (Chosun Ilbo pic). That picture was taken after she won the Laureus Newcomer Award in Lisbon, Portugal.
Will the last Underwood out of Korea please turn off the lights?
The Chosun Ilbo reports that Horace H. Underwood will be moving to the United States soon. The Underwood family has been serving Korea for four generations since 1885. The first Underwood, Horace G., founded Yonsei University and Korea's Presbyterian church. The family has literally shed blood for Korea: The wife of Horace Horton (the second Underwood) was killed by dirty commies in 1949.
A question for both of my loyal readers
Should I join The Marmot's evil plot to finally complete his conquest of the Korea Bloggeristas?
Warning! The Infidel might fold his blog again!
In a mysteriously related note, The Infidel is thinking about shutting his new blog down. Now, I personally like having his maximum lobes in K-bloggerland. So go check out some of his stuff and then let him know what you think.
I especially like his stuff on China (well, most of the time).
It's good to see that Koreans can stand up to the Chinese sometimes.
Check out this from Yonhap:
South Korea's coast guard seized two Chinese fishing boats in separate locations Tuesday for illegally entering the country's territorial waters.Tough enough. However, please note that they did not call it the "West Sea."
The two boats were operating inside the country's Exclusive Economic Zone in the central and southern areas of the Yellow Sea, the body of water between China and the Korean Peninsula, maritime police officers said.