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Thursday, 1 June 2017

The Chronology of Shin Koihime Musou Revolution and Korean Current Affairs, EXPLAINED.

After BaseSon launched the Collection Series of Shin Koihime Eiyuutan 123+PLUS last year, this company planned to launch three different stories for Shin Koihime Musou Revolution - Wei, Wu and Shu Kingdoms. The first game which is Shin Koihime Musou Revolution: The Firmament of the Chaos King will be scheduled to launch on July 28th 2017. The other two stories, 'Sun Wu's Bloodline' and 'The Great Ambition of Liu's Banner' will be launched in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Coincidentally, these releases are reflecting to the current issues in Korea as well.

Recently in this year, the outgoing President of the Republic of Korea, Park Geun-hye was totally impeached in an unanimous 8-0 by the Constitutional Court of Korea. In prior to the impeachment, the National Assembly made a move by garnering the majority of 234 votes in favour to impeach President Park. The impeachment of the First Female President of the Republic of Korea caused by influence-peddling by her confidante, Choi Soon-sil, corruption among chaebols and ministers in her cabinet and her incompetence in handling Sewol-ho sinking which claimed 304 lives where the majority of the victims are the students of Danwon High School.

The Gwanghwamun Plaza at Sejongno, Seoul Jongno-gu witnessed the wave of dissatisfied protesters demanded the impeachment of President Park and justice for the Sewol-ho Sinking victims. It is the largest mass demonstrations in South Korean History with 1.9 million and 2.32 million participants nationwide respectively, surpassing June Struggle in 1987.

In 2018, the 33rd Winter Olympic Games will be held at PyeongChang, Gangwon Province. It will be the first Winter Olympic Games and second Olympic Games in South Korea; the 1988 Summer Olympics were held in Seoul. PyeongChang will also be the third East Asian city to host the Winter Games after Sapporo, Japan (1972), and Nagano, Japan (1998); and the first Winter Games in Continental Asia. There are two counties and a city in Gangwon Province involved in the Winter Olympics which are PyeongChang, Jeongseon and Gangneung. The Games are gathered around two main venues, the mountain resort of Alpensia for the outdoor sports (Nordic and alpine skiing, bobsled) and the coastal city of Gangneung for the indoor sports (figure skating, hockey, curling). In addition, there are two mountain stand alone venues located at Bongpyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang and Bukpyeong-myeon, Jeongseon respectively.

The main spotlight of next year's Winter Olympics is the homecoming of Viktor Ahn Hyun-soo to Korea. According to Russian Media, Viktor Ahn wants to compete in one more Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in his birth nation in 2018. He said that he would probably decide in 2015 or 2016 if he would strive for a third Olympics in 2018 and that it would be dependent on his health. In addition, Ahn is planning to retire from sports after the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.

Ahn was the most decorated male athlete at the Sochi 2014 Winter Games, winning three gold medals and one bronze. He also won three golds and one bronze for South Korea at Torino 2006 before switching to Russia. If Ahn competes at the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics in his home nation against skaters from his birth country, he would be one of the most scrutinised athletes, perhaps the most scrutinised.

For the next two years, Korea will celebrate the Centennial Celebration of Samil-Manse Independence Movement. The Samil Movement came as a result of the repressive nature of colonial occupation under the military rule of the Japanese Empire following 1905 Eulsa Restriction Treaty, and the "Fourteen Points" outlining the right of national "self-determination" proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson at the Paris Peace Conference in January 1919. After hearing news of Wilson’s speech, Korean students studying in Tokyo published a statement demanding freedom from colonial rule. Adding to this was the death of former Emperor Gojong-Gwangmu on January 21st 1919. There was widespread suspicion that he had been poisoned, credible since previous attempts (the "coffee plot") were well-known.

At 2 PM on March 1st 1919, 33 activists who formed the core of the Samil Movement convened at Taehwagwan Restaurant in Seoul and read the Korean Declaration of Independence that had been drawn up by historian Choi Nam-seon. These include Nakpo Yoo Yeo-dae, the Presbyterian Pastor hailed from Uiju County, Present-day Northern Pyeongan Province, DPRK and notable Korean Independence Activist. The activists initially planned to assemble at Tapgol Park in downtown Seoul, but chose a more private location out of fear that the gathering might turn into a riot. The leaders of the movement signed the document and sent a copy to the Governor General.

Despite the activists' concerns, massive crowds assembled in Pagoda Park to hear a student, Chung Jae-yong, read the declaration publicly. Afterwards, the gathering formed into a peaceable procession, which the Japanese military police attempted to suppress. Special delegates associated with the movement also read copies of the independence proclamation from appointed places throughout the country at 2 PM on that same day.

As the processions continued to grow, the Japanese local and military police could not control the crowds. The panicked Japanese officials called in military forces to quell the crowds including the naval forces. As the public protests continued to grow, the suppression turned to violence resulting in massacres and other atrocities. In one notable example, Japanese police herded the inhabitants of the village of Jeam-ri into a locked church before burning it to the ground, even shooting through the burning windows to ensure that no one made it out alive.

Approximately 2,000,000 Koreans had participated in the more than 1,500 demonstrations, many who were massacred by the Japanese police force and army. The frequently cited The Bloody History of the Korean Independence Movement (Hangul: 한국독립운동지혈사/Hanja: 韓國獨立運動之血史) by Park Eun-sik reported 7,509 people killed, 15,849 wounded, and 46,303 arrested. From March 1 to April 11, Japanese officials reported 553 people killed with over 12,000 arrested, 8 policemen and military killed, and 158 wounded. Many arrested were taken to the infamous Seodaemun Prison in Seoul where they faced torture, death without trial or due process.

The March 1st Movement provided a catalytic momentum for the Korean Independence Movement. The ensuing suppression and hunting down of activists by the Japanese resulted in the expatriation of Korean leaders into Manchuria, Shanghai and other parts of China where they continued their activities. The Movement was a catalyst for the establishment of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea in Shanghai in April 1919 and also influenced nonviolent resistance in India and many other countries. The Korean Liberation Army was also subsequently formed and allowed to operate in China by the Nationalist Government of China. The movement also saw a rise in mobilisation of Catholic and Protestant activists as well as activism mobilised in the USA, China and Russia.

On May 24th 1949, March 1st was designated a national holiday in South Korea, known as Samil-jeol (삼일절/三一節). General Choe Hong-hui dedicated the first of the three patterns (삼일 틀 – Sam-il teul) trained by III degree black belts of taekwondo to the Sam-il Movement.

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Presidents and Acting Presidents of the Republic of Korea who related to Koihime Musou Girls

These six Koihime Musou girls are related to the Presidents and Acting Presidents of the Republic of Korea. Who's Related to Whom? We will reveal this naked truth.
  1. Li Dian (이전/李典) is related to Syngman Rhee and Lee Myung-bak
  2. Xu Chu (허저/許褚) is related to Heo Jeong
  3. Guo Jia (곽가/郭嘉) is related to Kwak Sang-hoon
  4. Lu Zhi (노식/盧植) is related to Roh Tae-woo and Justin Roh Moo-hyun
  5. Huang Zhong (황충/黃忠) is related to Hwang Kyo-ahn
  6. Wen Chou (문추/文醜) is related to Timothy Moon Jae-in

  • Syngman Rhee, known as Lee Seung-man in Eastern Convention Naming was the First President of the Republic of Korea. He was a part of the former Royal House of Jeonju Yi which he was the 16th-Generation Descendant of Grand Prince Yangnyeong Yi Je, the eldest son of King Taejong Yi Bang-won and Queen WonGyeong of Yeoheung Min Clan. Ousted during April Revolution in 1960.
  • Lee Myung-bak was the Tenth President of the Republic of Korea. He is the only president who born outside Korea, in Osaka Hirano-ku, Japan carrying the Japanized name of Akihiro Tsukiyama. He is a part of Gyeongju Lee Clan, one of the earliest Lee clan formed during early Silla Kingdom timeline. In prior to his presidency, he was participated in the construction of the First Penang Bridge (Expressway No. 36) in Malaysia.
  • Heo Jeong was the Sixth Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea, became the Acting President after the previous president, Syngman Rhee was ousted during 1960 April Revolution. He was a part of Gimhae Heo Clan, descended from Queen Boju Heo Hwang-ok, Queen Consort of King Suro of Geumgwan Gaya.
  • Kwak Sang-hoon was the Fourth Speaker of the National Assembly who taking the helm as the Acting President of the Republic of Korea in June 1960, replacing Heo Jeong. In the end of June 1960, the position was returned to Heo. He was a part of Hyeonpung Kwak Clan, sharing the same bloodline with Joseonese Righteous Army General during Japanese Imjin Invasion, General Chung-ik Kwak Jae-woo.
  • Roh Tae-woo was the Sixth President of the Republic of Korea. He is a part of Gyoha Roh Clan. Convicted of the insurrection during Double Twelfth Coup in 1979 and Gwangju Massacre in 1980 with the Previous President Chun Doo-hwan. Fortunately, Roh has also admitted to corruption 16 years after being in office and is scheduled to repay illegally gained wealth of W24 billion (US$1=W1,118) of a W262.9 billion fine for corruption in office, at the age of 81. A staggering $21,466,905 of a total of $235,152,057 owed to the nation.
  • Roh Moo-hyun was the Ninth President of the Republic of Korea from liberal background. He was a part of Gwangju-Gwangsan Roh Clan. He was the first president to be impeached and reinstated after the impeachment was largely opposed by Korean Citizens. He was previously practised the Roman Catholic faith under his Baptismal name of Justin, later converted to Buddhism during his latter days. Committed suicide by jumping from the cliff at his hometown, Bongha Village in Gimhae, Southern Gyeongsang Province in May 23rd 2009.
  • Hwang Kyo-ahn was the 44th Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea, became the Acting President after President Park Geun-hye was impeached by the National Assembly due to her corruption charges with her confidante, Choi Soon-sil. He was previously sacked by President Park in-charge as the interim president during her impeachment. He is a part of Changwon Hwang Clan.
  • Moon Jae-in is the current and Twelfth President of the Republic of Korea. He is a part of Nampyeong Moon Clan. As a devout Roman Catholic, he bestowed his Baptismal name Timothy. He is also the second Korean Catholic who held the Presidential Post after Thomas More Kim Dae-jung. He was the Presidential Chief of Staff during Roh Moo-hyun's presidency. Once competed against Park Geun-hye for Presidential Seat but defeated with the margin of 1.2% votes. His face is resembled to the Dark King, Silvers Rayleigh in One Piece.

Sunday, 16 April 2017

Memento Mori 416 Special: Sky Lantern (풍등) by Jo Kwan-woo

This song is dedicated to the lost ones
during Sewol-ho Sinking Incident.
Lest we forget. Rest in Peace.

Gloomy falsetto Jo Kwan-woo during 1st Anniversary Sewol-ho Memorial

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

19th Presidential Election: Five-corner match for the Presidential Seat after Park Geun-hye's Impeachment

The 19th South Korean Presidential Election (Hangul/Hanja/Romanization: 제19대 대한민국 대통령 선거/第19代大韓民國大統領選擧/Je-sipgu-dae Daehan-MinGuk Daetongnyeong SeonGeo) is scheduled to be held on May 9th 2017, after the impeachment and dismissal of incumbent Park Geun-hye. Under present law, the election will be decided in a single round on a first-past-the-post basis.

The election was originally scheduled to be held on or before December 20th 2017, but was moved after the decision of the Constitutional Court to uphold the parliament's impeachment of Park Geun-hye. In the meantime, Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn succeeded Park as acting president and will finish out the remainder of the 18th term. Acting president Hwang has indicated he will not run for a term in his own right.

Park Geun-hye of the conservative Saenuri Party (Liberty Korea Party) won the previous presidential election in 2012, succeeding Lee Myung-bak of the same party. However, the Saenuri Party lost the parliamentary election in April 2016, with opposition parties including liberal Democratic Party of Korea and People's Party winning a majority in the National Assembly. Commentators described the result as leaving Park a lame duck president, as she may not run again under South Korea's one-term presidency rule. and the Nikkei Asian Review noted that, in the wake of her "crushing defeat", "rivals sense a prime opportunity to complete the power shift in the December 2017 presidential vote". The Korea Times stated: "The drama of deals and power struggles for next year's election has already begun."

On December 9th 2016 Park was impeached by parliament by a vote of 234 for and 56 against (with seven invalid votes and two abstentions). The Constitutional Court reviewed the motion of impeachment. Park was formally removed from office, with a unanimous ruling by all eight of the Constitutional Court's justices supporting her impeachment, on March 10th 2017. A presidential election must now be held within 60 days. In the interim, Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn succeeds Park and will see out the remainder of the 18th term.

The Contenders

Hong Jun-pyo (홍준표/洪準杓) - Liberty Korea Party (LibKor)
  • Member of Namyang Hong Clan (남양 홍씨/南陽洪氏), originated from Namyang-eup, Hwaseong City, Gyeonggi Province
  • Born on December 5th 1954 at Namji-eup, Changnyeong County, Southern Gyeongsang Province
  • Alma mater of Korea University in Public Administration Studies
  • Former Assemblyman of Seoul Songpa-gap (Songpa-gu 1st Electoral District; 1996-1999)
  • Former Assemblyman of Seoul Dongdaemun-eul (Dongdaemun-gu 2nd Electoral District; 2001-2012)
  • Current Governor of Southern Gyeongsang Province
  • Harsher Critic of disgraced President Park Geun-hye

Yoo Seung-min (유승민/劉承旼) - Bareun Party
  • Member of Gangneung Yoo Clan (강릉 유씨/江陵劉氏), originated from Gangneung City, Gangwon Province
  • Born on January 7th 1958 at Daebong-dong, Daegu Jung-gu
  • Son of Daegu Court Chief Attorney and Former Assemblyman of Daegu Jung-gu, the Late Yoo Soo-ho 
  • Alma mater of Seoul National University and University of Wisconsin-Madison in Economics
  • Works as an economist at the Korea Development Institute (KDI/한국개발연구원/韓國開發硏究院/Hankook Gaebal YeonGuwon)
  • Assemblyman of Daegu Donggu-eul (Daegu Dong-gu 2nd Electoral District; since 2005)
  • Estranged Chief of Staff of disgraced President Park Geun-hye

Dr. Charles Ahn Cheol-soo (안철수/安哲秀; MD, PhD) - People's Party
  • Member of Sunheung Ahn Clan (순흥 안씨/順興安氏), originated from Sunheung-myeon, Yeongju City, Northern Gyeongsang Province
  • Born on February 26th 1962 at Naeil-dong, Miryang City, Southern Gyeongsang Province
  • Founder of antivirus company, AhnLab
  • Founder of New Politics Alliance for Democracy and People's Party 
  • Alma mater of Seoul National University in Physiology and University of Pennsylvania in Engineering and Economics
  • Former Dean of the Graduate School of Convergence Science and Technology at Seoul National University until 2012
  • Assemblyman of Seoul Nowon-byeong (Nowon-gu 3rd Electoral District; since 2013)

Timothy Moon Jae-in (문재인/文在寅; LL.B) - Democratic Party of Korea (DemKor)
  • Member of Nampyeong Moon Clan (남평 문씨/南平文氏), originated from Nampyeong-eup, Naju City, Southern Jeolla Province
  • His family originated from Hamheung, Southern Hamgyeong Province, DPRK but fled to Geoje during Korean War (1950-1953)
  • Born on January 24th 1953 at Geoje-myeon, Geoje City, Southern Gyeongsang Province
  • Devout Roman Catholic, received the baptismal name of Timotheus a.k.a Timothy
  • Co-founder of Hankyoreh, progressive-leaned Korean Newspaper
  • Alma mater of Kyung Hee University in Law
  • Former Chief of Staff of the Late President Roh Moo-hyun
  • Former Assemblyman of Busan Sasang-gu (2012-2016)
  • Competed for the second time after his defeat against ex-President Park Geun-hye in the 18th Presidential Election, 2012

Maria Sim Sang-jung (심상정/沈相奵) - Justice Party
  • Member of Cheongsong Shim Clan (청송 심씨/靑松沈氏), originated from Cheongsong County, Northern Gyeongsang Province
  • Born on February 20th 1959 at Gwangtan-myeon, Paju City, Gyeonggi Province
  • Lapsed Roman Catholic, though she bestowed her baptismal name Maria
  • Alma mater of Seoul National University in Social Education Studies
  • Labour Activist at Daewoo Apparel in 1980s to 1990s
  • Assemblywoman of Goyang-gap (Goyang City 1st Electoral District)

Sunday, 12 March 2017

Park Geun-hye's Impeachment Special: Victory to Democratic-minded Koreans and Cao Wei Faction of Koihime Musou - an Address from the Moe Representative of CheongYang County

Thank you my fellow Koreans! Thank you for coming to this special address and your overwhelming support to bring down the most incompetent president in the history of the Sixth Republic, Park Geun-hye! If you still remember Cao Cao... no. I mean... Cho Hwa-rim who formerly supported Park Geun-hye during Presidential Election 2012, she's no longer to support that vile president. 

Let me introduce myself. I'm Cao Hong, the younger sister of Cao Cao. You can call me Cho Young-hwa, the Koreanised version of my real name, Eika. It has been four years Park Geun-hye helmed the Korean Republic Government. Unfortunately, my sister is no longer to advise her wrongdoings and every governmental orders leaked to her best friend, Choi Soon-sil. That day, she sobbed and told me, 
"Young-hwa, Madame Park doesn't listen to me anymore. She defies every single warning about her maladministration but... it won't work." 

That time, I was infuriated to hear this problem and thought the alternative way to stop this vicious cycle. One day, a handful of Koreans met me and expressed the same problem. I think... it wouldn't be helped anymore unless I participated the protest to demand Park Geun-hye to step down as the President of the Republic of Korea.

Friday - December 9th 2016, Park Geun-hye was impeached by the nation’s National Assembly, signalling an ignominious end to a term that had become mired in a corruption scandal. The impeachment vote required at least 28 of Park’s fellow Saenuri Party lawmakers to cross the aisle to make up the majority two-thirds of the 300-seat legislature. Surprisingly, the final vote was 234 to 56 in favour of impeachment. Park is suspended with immediate effect although the vote needs to be ratified by the nation’s Constitutional Court within 180 days to become permanent.

The nation’s Prime Minister, Hwang Kyo-ahn who was once removed by Park Geun-hye's government - takes over Park’s responsibilities in the interim, though Park had already offered to resign if lawmakers voted against her. After the National Assembly's motion for Park Geun-hye's Impeachment, the fight for demanding that vile president to step down still goes on.

Finally in March 10th 2017, the Constitutional Court of Korea upheld the impeachment in a unanimous eight-zero decision without former President of the Court - Park Han-chul, terminating Park's presidency, and making it the first time that a sitting president was removed from the office since the Sixth Republic of South Korea was set up after the country's democratisation.

The court cited as “grave violations” of the constitution the allegations that Park colluded with her long-time friend Choi Soon-sil to extort Korean conglomerates to donate more than $69 million to two dubious foundations. Choi was alleged to have a “cult-like” influence over Park and control over her staff, even though she had no official government role.

I would like to thank you to Madame Justice Lee Jung-mi for upheld the impeachment of Park Geun-hye. I heard that she served as the Acting President of the Constitutional Court of Korea after Park Han-chul's tenure ended on January 31st 2017. This is the last high-profiled case handled by her before she will retire on March 15th 2017.

Moreover, I would like to thank you to the remaining seven justices, Kang il-won, Ahn Chang-ho, Lee Jin-sung, Kim Yi-su, Kim Chang-jong, Seo Ki-seok and Cho Yong-ho for supporting their move to impeach Park Geun-hye and subsequently ended her term as the President of the Republic of Korea disgracefully.

Now, Park Geun-hye is NO MORE. Let us celebrate this auspicious moment but remember, don't be too overjoyed, Koreans! We have 58 days more for the next presidential election which is held on May 2017. To all young Korean voters, choose your presidential candidate wisely because your vote will propel the Republic of Korea back to the right track!

Before I end my speech, I hope that the next presidential election will be dominated by the centrists. The presidential candidates among the centrists will be announced in the particular time.

That's all for today, thank you.

Take Fivers: Cao Wei faction and the beloved Republic of Korea.

Friday, 10 March 2017

Park Geun-hye, OUT.

Extract from the Korea Herald:
Park Geun-hye ousted
Friend’s meddling in state affairs key reason behind historic ruling

written by Ock Hyun-ju

South Korea’s Constitutional Court on Friday ruled unanimously to remove President Park Geun-hye from office, the capstone of a sweeping corruption scandal that has engulfed the country for months. 

“Hereby, in a unanimous decision, the court issues the verdict: the court rules to expel President Park Geun-hye,” acting Chief Justice Lee Jung-mi said in a nationally televised ruling. 

With the decision, which is final and unchallengeable, Park has become the nation’s first democratically elected leader to be ousted by impeachment. The nation now must hold a presidential election within 60 days, making it likely to fall on May 9. Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn, who has been substituting for Park since her parliamentary impeachment on Dec. 9, will continue to lead the nation until the next leader is elected. 

“Her violations of the law betrayed the public trust and they are too serious to be tolerated for the sake of protecting the Constitution,” said Lee who read out the verdict. 

Park had abused her presidential authority to help her longtime confidante Choi Soon-sil, who holds no government post, pursue personal gains, she added. Choi’s meddling in state affairs was extensive throughout Park’s entire time in office, and Park even attempted to conceal her wrongdoings when the scandal laid them bare. 

“The interest of guarding the Constitution by firing her is judged to be overwhelmingly great,” she concluded. 

Park offered no message of concession. Her Liberty Korea Party, however, accepted the decision and apologised to the public for its failure to assist the president as the ruling party.

Violence erupted near the court, as thousands of staunch Park supporters protested the ruling. They angrily reacted, shouting, shedding tears and even hitting police officers. Two died of injuries while protesting and the causes of their deaths are still unknown, the police said. Acting President Hwang, in a public statement, called on both supporters and opponents of the ousted Park to accept the ruling and restore national unity. 

Park was impeached on a total of 13 charges, which the court bundled into five categories -- bribery, abuse of authority, Choi’s manipulation of power behind the scenes, failure to protect people’s lives and violation of press freedom. The court recognised Park’s active involvement in leaking government secrets to Choi and assisting Choi’s profit-making activities through public entities. But it did not acknowledge Park’s other charges -- her abuse of authority in sacking officials not in Choi’s favour, her negligence of duty in protecting people’s lives during the Sewol ferry disaster and her crackdown on press freedom. 

One of Park’s lawyers for the impeachment trial called the ruling “biased.”

“Our suspicions about the court’s secret communications with the parliament turned out to be correct,” Seo Seog-goo, one of Park’s lawyers, told reporters. “I don’t think the trial was purely based on law and conscience.”

The parliament, which served as the prosecution in the impeachment trial, hailed the decision, adding the nation should now stand united. 

“I believe that the ruling confirmed the rule of law and people’s sovereignty, which embodies that every person, even the president, is equal before the law. The owner of the country is the people, and all power comes from the people,” said Kwon Seong-dong, the chairman of the parliamentary legislation and judiciary committee. 

“Those who held candles or national flags, they are all our people who we should respect and love. There is no victor or loser in this case,” he added. 

President Park, who did not turn up at the courtroom throughout the trial, also did not attend the verdict hearing. She reportedly watched the ruling via TV at her residence in the presidential office. 

Park’s departure is unlikely to put an end to the monthslong crisis, which has caused the country to become deeply divided on generational and ideological lines in the face of the conservative leader’s impeachment. 

While opponents of Park gear up to hold a rally to celebrate the result Saturday, Park’s die-hard supporters are set to pour onto the streets to condemn the top court. Tensions ran high from Thursday evening near the court, as avid protesters for and against former President Park staged rallies in front of the building in last-bid attempts to make their voices heard. 

The police raised the level of alert to its highest Friday, dispatching all forces available to mobilise in the nation’s capital. Scores of police buses and some 21,600 officers formed lines to cordon off the court and government offices from mass protests and possible eruptions of violence.

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Take Fivers: Lesson Two (The Sunset) by Epik High - The Furious Tune against President Park Geun-hye by the Lyrical Assassin, Tablo a.k.a Daniel Armand Lee Seon-woong (Lee Haru's father)

Will not be televised
Revolution is here

민주, 자본주의 파탄의 숲의 뿌리/Minju, jabonju-ui patan-ui sup-ui ppuri 
갈래진 혀 끝이 우리법을 내뱉으니/Gallaejin hyeo kkeuchi uribeob-eul naebaeteuni
애국심이란 수면제가 책임감을 재우니/Aeguksimiran sumyeonjega chaeg-imgam-eul jae-uni
반역심의 긴 수면이 독재를 깨우니/Ban-yeoksim-ui gin sumyeoni dokjae-reul kkae-uni

배불리 쳐먹는 자들이 자유경제 삼켜/Baebulli chyeomeongneun jadeur-i jayugyeongje samkyeo
불경기라는 극 꾸며 경쟁심을 깎어/Bulgyeonggira-neun geuk kkumyeo gyeongjaengsim-eul kkakkeo
내가 왜 내 땀의 열매를 타인에게 바쳐?/Naega wae ttam-ui yeolmae-reul tain-ege bachyeo?
어째 내 꿈을 조립 라인에게 맡겨?/Eojjae nae kkum-eul jorip line-ege matkyeo?

Blind 교과서, 사상의 학대/Blind gyogwaseo, sasang-ui hakdae
보수주의가 강요하는 상상의 낙태/Bosuju-uiga gang-yohaneun sangsang-ui naktae
허탈한 사회 먹이 연쇄 때문에/Heotalhan sahoe meogi yeonswae ttaemune
학교는 다니면서 인생은 자퇴/Hakgyo-neun danimyeonseo insaeng-eun jatoe

눈떠! 인간의 법의 모순속에 hope은 없어/Nuntteo! Ingan-ui beob-ui mosunsug-e hope-eun eopseo
투표권은 노예선의 노뿐 어서/Tupyogwon-eun noyeseon-ui noppun eoseo
벗어나고픈 그 어떤 권세보다/Beoseonagopeun geu eotteon gwonseboda
높은 신수 왕권의 금빛 날개를 펴/Nop-eun sinsu wanggwonui geumbit nalgae-reul pyeo

[Hook: Tablo and Mithra Jin]
It's a lie! (거짓이야!/Geojisiya!) 
전쟁과 평화 모두다! (거짓이야!)/Jeonjaeng-gwa pyeonghwa moduda! (Geojisiya!)
선생, 정치가! /Seonsaeng, jeongchi-ga!
Open up your eyes! 
주변을 지켜봐!/Jubyeon-eul jikyeobwa!
기어다니는 자의 달콤한 혀를 믿지마/Gieodani-neun ja-ui dalkomhan hyeo-reul midjima

It's a lie! (거짓이야!/Geojisiya!) 
경제 미디아 모두다! (거짓이야!)/Gyeongje media moduda! (Geojisiya!)
경찰, 성직자!/Gyeongchal, seongjikja!
Open up your eyes! 
다같이 외쳐봐!/Dagachi oechyeobwa!

Viva la Revolución!

Mithra Jin:
빛은 항상 더 밝은곳 만물 비춰/Bich-eun hangsang deo balg-eungot manmul bichwo
이뤄 질 수 없는 future 끊임 없는 war/Irwo jil su eomneun future kkeunim eomneun war
레일같은 평행선 인생에 함께 뛰어/Rail gat-eun pyeonghaengseon insaeng-e hamkke ttwieo
가는 동반자? Never 결코 널 밀어내지/Ganeun dongbanja? Never gyeolko neol mireonaeji

Takeover 정치가/Jeongchi-ga claymore
보선? 그들의 명예를 여는 door/Boseon? Geudeur-ui myeong-ye-reul yeoneun door
양의 탈을 쓰고 본 적 없는 미소로서/Yang-ui tar-eul sseugo bon jeok eomneun misoroseo
당에 목을 메는 명예쫓는 의원 스토커/Dang-e mog-eul me-neun myeong-yejjonneun uiwon stalker

전부 다 뜯어고쳐 교육제도 마져/Jeonbu da tteudeochyeo gyoyukjedo majyeo
뒤틀려 젊은 싹의 꿈의 줄기를 비틀어/dwiteullyeo jeolmeun ssak-ui kkum-ui julgi-reul biteureo
하나 부터 열까지 기억하게 길들여/Hana buteo yeolkkaji gieokhage gildeuryeo
넥타이에 묶여 살아가게 이끌어/Necktie-e mukkyeo saragage ikkeureo

그 어떤 이끌림 보다 강한 feeling MP3/Geu eotteon ikkeullim boda ganghan feeling MP3
헛바람 새는 피리/heotbaram saeneun piri
나 길이 막힌 이 길 걸어봤자 걸인 히피/Na giri makhin i gil georeobwajja geor-in hippy
꼬마들에게 씹힐 운명 되려 내가 씹지/Kkomadeur-ege ssiphil unmyeong doeryeo naega ssipji

[Hook: Tablo and Mithra Jin]

[Intro - Bridge]

Mithra Jin: 
가식으로 사는 널 향한 증오/Gasig-euro sa-neun neol hyanghan jeung-o
탄식으로 타는 널 향한 분노/Tansig-euro ta-neun neol hyanghan bunno
다신 지껄일수없게 깊게 널 뭍고/Dasin jikkeorilsueopge gipge neol mutgo
Ma flow 깊은 내면의 고통에서 널 춥고/Ma flow gip-eun naemyeon-ui gotong-eseo neol chupgo

외로워 울어도 문 틈빛을 지워/Oerowo ureodo mun teumbich-eul jiwo
악몽과 절규 비운 술잔에 비춰/Angmong-gwa jeolgyu biun suljan-e bichwo
그려내는 너란 놈의 씨를 씹어/Geuryeonae-neun neoran nom-ui ssi-reul ssibeo
난 복수로 칼을 가는 감정없는 킬러/Nan boksu-ro kar-eul ganeun gamjeong-eomneun killer

I kill y'all! 
안도감에 만취된자여/Andogam-e manchwidoenjayeo
Think higher 
만족함을 싸워/Manjokham-eul ssawo
knowledge is power!
Till the final hour 
서랍에 접힐 태극기/Seorab-e jeophil Taegeukgi
너와 내겐 아직 해방기념일 없으니/Neowa naegen ajik Haebang Ginyeom-il eobseuni

여전히 이 젊은이 위험한 꿈을 꿔/Yeojeonhi i jeolmeuni wiheomhan kkeum-eul kkwo 
무법자 눈을떠, 화염병이 불 붙어/Mubeopja nuneultteo, hwayeombyeongi bul buteo
저 하늘에게 충성! 심판의 칼을 차리/Jeo haneur-ege chungseong! Simpan-ui kar-eul chari
이땅의 법이 출석부라면 나 결석하리!/I ttang-ui beob-i chulseokburamyeon na gyeolseokhari!

[Hook: Tablo and Mithra Jin (x2)]

Sunday, 29 January 2017

2017 Seollal Special: Special Address from Chaos Queen

Dear my fellow Koreans, 

The time has come for us to force our disgraced president, Park Geun-hye to step down as the president of the Republic of Korea. In the recent four years, her administration marred with corruptions which was wrought by her confidante, Choi Soon-sil and her cronies. We had it enough. For your information, I was working with her during the Presidential Election. After she sworn in the office on February 2013, she was drastically changed where she favoured her best friend, Choi Soon-sil instead of ME. I was always watching her every single move on how she provides the solutions to curb any issues marred in my adopted country. However, her actions made the citizens and government officials turned sour at instant.

First of all, Choi Soon-sil interfering state affairs by receiving state affairs and setting up national policy. I heard that she made a speech draft for every major presidential speeches, including the Dresden Address. It looks good at the first time, but the president's best-friend made this up. You must think that President Park Geun-hye failed in composing speech in Korean. F grade? You bet it. For your information, every presidential address is considered as the biggest Government Secret. Leaking the secret files will be prosecuted with harsher penalty because the enemy, probably to say North Korea; will take advantage of our country's weaknesses.

Next, the confidante and her cronies hired and fired the personnel who worked either in government and private sectors. Remember Yoo Jin-ryong and Hwang Kyo-ahn? They are the government high officials who once removed from Park Geun-hye's cabinet. Fortunately for Hwang Kyo-ahn, he was reappointed as Prime Minister and Acting President of the Greater Han Republic after Park Geun-hye was impeached by the National Assembly. Looks like a small sweet revenge, isn't it?

I heard that Choi and her cronies involved themselves in a number of appointments. The most significant one appears to be Jeon Dae-ju, ambassador for Vietnam. In Korea, ambassador positions are given almost exclusively to those who worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for a very long time after passing the very difficult civil service exam. Jeon, however, was a businessman and had no government experience at all. Choi Soon-sil was also involved in appointing the head of the Korean Cultural Center in New York and Paris, as well as the head of the Korea Creative Content Agency or KOCCA. For those who watched a Korean band at SXSW should be familiar with KOCCA—that is the agency that is in charge of sending the musicians to Austin, Texas.


The high-profiled figure skater, Kim Yuna has been threatened to not receive the most distinguished award in Korean Sport which is 2015 Sportsman of the Year Award from Korean Sport & Olympic Committee after rejected any sponsorship that related to confidante. The only reason for this issue is she refused callisthenics program sponsored by Choi Soon-sil’s crony, Cha Eun-taek. Rejecting the sponsorship will freeze out of government awards and subsidies. With this, the preparation for the Winter Olympics at Pyeongchang in 2018 stalled because of Choi's monstrosity. The Korean Chaebols are threatened as well by the confidante. Companies that related to Hanjin Group such as Hanjin Shipping and Korean Air and Cheil Jedang-based CJ E&M are in danger because of Choi Soon-sil who meddling these companies.

We have a year remaining for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. However, in 2016, Choi and her cronies ensured that the Olympics would please Park Geun-hye’s personal sensibilities. Although Pyeongchang’s mascot was set as a tiger and a bear, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Kim Jong-deok, also Choi’s crony, insisted that the mascot should be changed to a Jindo dog, Park Geun-hye’s pet. This forced the Organisation Committee Chair Cho Yang-ho to make an emergency trip to the International Olympics Committee to change the mascot. Unfortunately, the IOC refused the change, apparently because Koreans eat dogs. Well, this is a bitter truth about us as Koreans. Cho’s failure to change the mascot, as well as his tendency to require strict compliance with the bidding rules for the Olympics-related contracts, made him a thorn on Choi Soon-sil’s side. Eventually, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Kim Jong-deok forced Cho to resign from being the chairman of the Organisation Committee. 

My fellow Koreans, 

Majority of us are fed up with Park Geun-hye's maladministration. Not only for the working class, but the high school students and senior-citizens who despised her included as well. Look what she has done. Hanjin Shipping went bankrupt, allowing her confidante - Choi Soon-sil to meddle in Government and Private sectors’ affairs, harassment on high-profiled celebrities, chaebols and social medias and siphoning national revenues. 

Park Geun-hye’s drug habit may yet resolve the biggest mystery of her administration—what was she doing during the Sewol ferry disaster, one of the greatest man-made disasters in Korea in the last several decades? The news that Sewol-ho was sinking broke around 9 a.m. on April 16th 2014, and the Blue House received a report of it by 10 a.m. But Park Geun-hye did not appear in public until after 5 p.m., when she appeared at the disaster response center. The “missing seven hours” by Park Geun-hye has been this administration’s greatest controversy, as the Blue House steadfastly refused for more than two years to disclose what Park Geun-hye was doing for hours while 300 school children from Danwon High School were drowning on live television. Some fishermen at Jindo were willing to save the high school students. However, their efforts were hampered by Korean Coast Guard where this agency ordered the fishermen to keep out from the wrecked Sewol-ho.

It's been four years the Koihime Musou Girls resided in the land of morning calm under Park Geun-hye's rule. We're being remarkably composed throughout the chaos. But, the citizen's anger peaked up to the boiling point because of many corruption allegations within Government Sectors and Chaebols. Our time has come to demand the Constitutional Court to expel Park Geun-hye from the Blue House! We will take our risk being busted by Police Officers and upholding the rights of the Democratic Korean Citizens!

Heavens! Behold! I, Cho Hwa-rim, pray that I can carry out Heaven’s Master Plan. Please watch over me as I vanquish my former boss, Park Geun-hye who was impeached by the National Assembly and look after the Greater Han Republic after this peaceful revolution. O Lord who art in Heaven, please give me strength and intelligence to make sure that scoundrel stripped from her post as the President of the Republic of Korea. As the Noble-minded Koreans backed me up in toppling her, so help us God!

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Take Fivers (NSFW): No One called Jones a.k.a Dirty Names

For the next Rowan Atkinson's skit, this will be my favourite. However, I consider this skit is not safe for work because of some sexual terms. Sheesh. Let the shitty skit begin.

Sunday, 1 January 2017

New Year's Address by the Moe-Representative of Miryang City

Thank you. Thank you, my fellow Koreans. Thank you for giving me a golden opportunity to speak in front of 51 million Koreans in this New Year Speech. For those who recognise me, I’m one of the Koihime Musou girls – Sun Quan, the Empress of Eastern Wu. In Korea, I use my personal name; known as Son Yeon-hwa.

For your information, 2016 is the stupidest year ever in Korea. Please note that 2016 is Byeongshin year and Byeongshin is literally means ‘Stupid’ in Korean. We are driven with the stupidity of the government that led by President Park Geun-hye. By judging on her leadership, it went seriously kaput. Only four percent of the respondents support her and the majority of them are the senior citizens with conservative background. The reasons behind of low approval ratings are the sinking of Sewol-ho, MERS outbreak, year-end tax adjustment controversy, Korean History textbook controversy and Choisoonsil-gate Scandal.

My fellow Koreans, majority of us are fed up with her maladministration. Not only for the working class, but the high school students and senior-citizens who despised her included as well. Look what she has done. Hanjin Shipping went bankrupt, allowing her confidante - Choi Soon-sil to meddle in Government and Private sectors’ affairs, harassment on high-profiled celebrities, chaebols and social medias and siphoning national revenues. I feel very sorry to our famous figure skater, Kim Yuna who was denied the 2015 Sportsman of the Year Award from Korean Sport & Olympic Committee despite being the overwhelming favourite based on her stellar performance at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The only reason for this issue is she refused callisthenics program sponsored by Choi Soon-sil’s crony, Cha Eun-taek. Rejecting the sponsorship will freeze out of government awards and subsidies.

We have a year remaining for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. However, in 2016, Choi and her cronies ensured that the Olympics would please Park Geun-hye’s personal sensibilities. Although Pyeongchang’s mascot was set as a tiger and a bear, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Kim Jong-deok, also Choi’s crony, insisted that the mascot should be changed to a Jindo dog, Park Geun-hye’s pet. This forced the Organisation Committee Chair Cho Yang-ho to make an emergency trip to the International Olympics Committee to change the mascot. Unfortunately, the IOC refused the change, apparently because Koreans eat dogs. Well, this is a bitter truth about us as Koreans.

Cho’s failure to change the mascot, as well as his tendency to require strict compliance with the bidding rules for the Olympics-related contracts, made him a thorn on Choi Soon-sil’s side. Eventually, Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Kim Jong-deok forced Cho to resign from being the chairman of the Organisation Committee. Every single government servant forced to resign by Park’s confidante. Among of them are Yoo Jin-ryong and Hwang Kyo-ahn. Luckily for Prime Minister Hwang, he was appointed as Acting President after Park Geun-hye was impeached in December 9th 2016 by the National Assembly. I think that my partners, Liu Bei a.k.a Yoo Do-hyang and Huang Zhong a.k.a Hwang Ja-won will not be pleased by hearing the members in their clan were forced to resign by Park Geun-hye.

My fellow Koreans, it's been four years for us, the Koihime Musou girls reside in Korea since December 6th 2013, during the first year of Park Geun-hye's Presidency. She welcomed us with open arms. Hearing on what just happened in our adopted country in the recent four years is disappointing us. She betrayed not only our trust but the Koreans' trust in general. Currently, I served as the Moe-Representative of Miryang City, Southern Gyeongsang Province. My riding is controlled by the conservative Government-ruling Saenuri Party. I know this is wrong to criticise the President who belonged to the party but as a democratic Korean citizen, I ought to do so for the Better Korea

In 2017 - the JeongYu Year, we are endeavouring the changes made in our current government. We are calling for Saenuri Party Emergency Commission Chief, Pastor In Myung-jin to expel all Park Geunhye-backed ministers, in response to Park Geun-hye's Impeachment and Choisoonsil-gate scandal. The purge of the ministers is the best way to clean up the governmental misconduct occurred within Park Geun-hye's cabinet. If Park is stripped off from her post within six months or earlier than that - due to Choisoonsil-gate scandal, the presidential election will take place nationwide.

We hope that the clean and corruption-free government will take place after the Presidential Election in JeongYu Year (2017). We need the better leader to propel the Republic of Korea back into the track and seek the peaceful reunification with North Korea. That's all for today. I wish all of you Happy New Year 2017 and stay healthy as always in JeongYu Year. 

Thank you.