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Whether it be olympians that dedicate their victories to their home country, or MMA fighters that dedicate their wins to the Independence Day of Korea (UFC Fight Night 37), nearly all Korean athletes are loyal to their country.Koreans are raised to put their country before themselves, and that leads to nationalistic activists that fight for Korea’s ownership of the Dokdo Islands (aka Liancourt Rocks), expansion of Korea’s airspace territory, or even Koreans abroad fighting for renaming of the Sea of Japan (contested as the East Sea).Note: Before you bust out your calendar to start counting each day, just use the 100 day calculator on Naver!The most Korean of athletes are always nationalistic.
That’s why in Korea, most of cupid’s work is done through friends.Koreans are bred to be nationalistic, mostly with the phrase: Daehanminguk manse (대한민국 만세)! South Korea is definitely on the forefront when it comes to the term “Save the Earth”! The Korean government initiated a program throughout the country back in 2005 that tries to limit green house gases by conserving the energy costs of businesses through the Cool Biz program. Bio-waste matter (left over food) is recycled through yellow plastic bags that are meant specifically for compost matter (which is rumored to be super eco-friendly and fed to pigs! In addition, everything is separated by glass, plastic, cardboard and cans.And if you don’t believe us, watch your trash not get picked up! After work, friends like to get together and have dinner with a few drinks. Instead, there’s almost always a round 2 (2차 – i-cha) and sometimes rounds 3, 4 and 5, going on well past most people’s bedtimes.But all that doesn’t mean Koreans get a free pass coming in late to work the next day.
And that makes for a less romantic, Sleepless in Seoul.Korea is quite literally one of the most connected nations on earth.