I would say something silly like "shiver me timbers" but this is serious. A Korean fishing boat has been seized by pirates off the coast of Somalia (Chosun):
A South Korean trawler was hijacked on Tuesday off the coast of Africa. The 160-foot fishing vessel Dongwon 628 was about a hundred kilometers off the Somali coast when its crew put in a radio distress call.
U.S. and Dutch naval ships patrolling international waters in the Persian Gulf region arrived at the scene a few hours later. Yet by then the pirates had reportedly taken control of the Korean vessel and efforts to intervene were abandoned when members of the Korean crew were threatened with guns. According to the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet in Bahrain the ship then turned toward Somali territorial waters.
Please note that it was not just ships from the global hegemony that tried to help the Koreans, but also at least one from the Netherlands (I thought they had pulled out of the area).
Yonhap reports that the ships involved in the attempted rescue were the The USS Roosevelt and Dutch ship HNLMS Zeven Provincien.
BTW, that last link includes a nice graphic that I stole. Here it is (BBC):
I would imagine that most of the piracy on in Indonesian waters and on the west coast of Africa is against local boats, but piracy off the Horn of Africa and in the Straits of Malacca is a serious international concern. I have previously posted on Korean interests and piracy in the straits. Hopefully, this incident will cause the Korean government to become more involved in combating pirates.