Extra! Korea

February 5, 2010

Dominique Noel defends her “Misuda” friend Rie Akiba and gets attacked herself

Filed under: expatriates, hard to categorize — extrakorea @ 2:24 pm

Previously, Brian (yes, that Brian) brought us the news of how Rie Akiba, a panelist on the show “Misuda” made a grave error when she mentioned that maybe it could be possible that Japan might have some sort of case with regards to claims of ownership over the Liancourt Rocks. Predictably, there was an ensuing brouhaha, with netizens attacking her.

One of her friends, a fellow Misuda panelist named Dominique Noel, came to her defense, and was attacked herself in turn. Another example of netizens’ collective intelligence, I guess.


  1. Typical Koreans. A few assorted draft dodging gyopos can be thrown in there too. For years they’ve been saying whatever they want about anyone they want because they were/are victims of history. Americans are this, Japanese are that, Chinese are dirty and loud, people with dark skin are dangerous, biracial Koreans are this, Englishee teachers steal our women. The list goes on and on.

    Yet when someone defends themselves against this, points out their Hypocrisy or dare voices an opinion counter to Koreans, they start screaming for blood. How much more of their crap do they think people are going to put up with? Well I’m giving back what they dish out and many others are starting it too.

    My opinions may be harsh, but at least I’m not burning the Korean flag, writing songs like F*** Korea, publishing cartoons of SE Asian men hunting down Korean girls with a knife or s****ing on people whose blood isn’t pure.

    I believe Takeshima is the rightful name and if Koreans don’t like it, they can kiss my ass or come pay me a visit. God knows Koreans scream their opinion all the time, unless flag burning and mass demonstrations aren’t an expression of an opinion. If they, and any draft dodging gyopo who qualifies as such doesn’t like it, well they know what they can do. I’m entitled to my opinion the same as they are.

    Comment by JohnT — February 5, 2010 @ 6:34 pm

  2. I’m not sure why anyone pays much attention to the netizens in this country. Most Koreans I’ve discussed this issue with seem to agree that the loudest netizens are, well, if not mentally unbalanced, at least not representative of mainstream opinion in this country. Yet, for some reason these extreme opinions are taken seriously. Maybe its the habit of deferring to the one who screams the most.

    BTW, ZainichiMan is a fine example of what is wrong with comment and dissent in Korea.

    Comment by Angus — February 8, 2010 @ 1:08 am

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