01. October 2009

A Heartless Korean Girl!

After Jacque Bermejo now a Korean girl  UglyYuBin insulting Filipinos. In time of crisis and calamity no one deserve this kind of insult.

I don’t want to comment about this kind of stuff and curse Ugly Yu Bin because I believe in karma.

Heartless Korean Girl

Heartless Korean Girl



9 Comments

1. redamethyst commented on October 01, 2009 at 9:33 PM

Oh my, another heartless human being. Yeah, I believe in Karma also. and her name says it all. hehehe

2. ate honey commented on October 04, 2009 at 10:54 PM

yup her name says it all… nde rin sila nagkakalayo ng hawig sa monkey sa totoo lang

3. tim commented on October 10, 2009 at 6:52 AM

hey there, i had read it as well. It is such rudeness, and a great insult for us Filipinos. But always remember that what you sow is always what you reaped.

4. Kim commented on October 11, 2009 at 12:31 AM

‘UglyYubin’ is NOT Korean!!

Hello, I’m a Korean.
I must say to filipino.
I think that twitter author is NOT Korean, Anti-Korean Japanese.
‘Kim Yubin’ is famous Korean singer.

if he/she is really Korean, why he hate Korean, and named as “ugly”?

he/she is NOT a Korean, he/she is a Japanese who pretend to Korean.
Remeber, Internet is anonymous world, anybody pretend to any nationality.

Obviously, twitter author is NOT Korean, author is a Japanese who pretend to ugly Korean, and who want spread anti korea sentiment to world.

We love filipino. So, don’t fall dirty Japanese trap.

All people. Most of the nastiest posters are Japanese pretending to be various different nationalities. Remember that. Japanese are the worse scums of the earth. We hate their guts too.

Think about it.

According to common sense,
if you are filipino, you want filipino singer name as “ugly”?

if you are filipino, you want post “ugly” image of filipino singer?

if you are filipino, you want post “i am a filipino, I want xxxx country person are die” write racist and dirty comment to other foreigner?

All of This made by Anti-Korea Japanese troll.

And, Korean don’t have ANY single antagonism to filipino.
Why Korean write such comments? Any reason? Absolutely Nothing.

Only Japanese racist troll who pretend to Korean, want made this trouble.

I’m a Korean, if he/she is a real Korean, We 100% apology to filipino.

But, I really really think that author is NOT Korean. Most Korean don’t act like that.

This is made by Anti-Korea Japanese racist troll who pretend to Korean.

We love filipino.

Remeber, Internet is anonymous world, anybody pretend to any nationality.

5. FJCastro commented on October 11, 2009 at 2:51 AM

I’ve been working for Koreans for decades now and I couldn’t say anything that would change my mind about them.

i dealt with literally hundreds of koreans and not even one of them would give the least respect to anyone… not even to people of other nationalities.

please don’t get me wrong… i’m not posting this message out of hate, prejudice or bias but i am just trying to educate the general public of my personal experiences.

repeat… PERSONAL EXPERIENCES.

and i hope none of you would have to go through the harrowing experiences that i’ve been through.

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1. when a korean says something nice about a person… others (and that would be koreans) would say “welcome to korea”. this is what they commonly know as “lip-service”. this is just a way of buttering up another person to get what they want.

2. the word “shibal” or “shippal” (when you pronounce it) is the common word that they’d use for me when I wouldn’t be able to approve their wants. some koreans would
say it’s just a common expression of disappointment and filipinos should not fret about it.

i can speak hanggul (or korean language) and i could say that shibal is the worst insult that they could throw at your face.

that is… aside from

dju-gu le? (do you want to die?)
geseki (son of a bitch)
nung-kara ish! (literally: look down, asshole) (contextually: i’m more superior than you, asshole)
aish! (fuck, shit)
chul-so! (gay! or person with undeveloped genitals!)
babbo ya! (stupid person!)
michin-nom (crazy person) (koreans find this really rude)

and many more…

3. they always brag about being the most disciplined people in the world. as a filipino… we should not question that or assert any form of national pride. this

just gets time riled up whenever i mention about milestones in history that filipinos took part of.

one korean staff even told me “go home… arrogant monkey… you… no money… but you act power… power… shibal! here… (pointing around him)… i am king”. this incident happened just a few days ago when we saw manny pacquiao’s shampoo commercial.

4. when koreans show their empty shot glass at you, we should automatically bow and pour soju (with two hands on the bottle to show respect) into their empty shot glass. i heard from one korean that only younger people should do this gesture. but imagine koreans in their early 20’s doing that with me about to celebrate my 40th birthday.

5. philippine holidays is nothing more than a nuisance for koreans because they pay money to be here.

christmas should not be celebrated because there is no snow in the philippines and christmas is only for couples. (that’s because christmas in korea is a day when couples make out in hotels and not the blessed season that we look forward to).

christian holidays (like solemnities and such) and also muslim holidays (like the Eid ul-Fitr) is nothing more than waste of time and should not be celebrated nor tolerated… as said by my manager Mr. Kim. for him religion is nothing because he
himself does not believe in God. (N.B. two days prior to this writing… he stormed the baptist church beside our building for “making too much noise” during their sunday service)

6. if it’s not korean food or food that tastes similar to their food, it doesn’t taste good. i don’t try to argue when it comes to food nor can i complain about the same kind of food that they serve me because i couldn’t afford eating out at my
favorite jollibee store. i just don’t have enough time (20 minute lunch break) and money so i have to be thankful for the leftovers they give me after their 2 hour
lunch (with the bar girls they picked up).

7. getting sick is a strict no-no for koreans. i recently finished having the flu for more than two weeks, but during those two weeks, i was not allowed to take a leave of absence from my job. and to cap it off… some of the korean staff asked me “why? you want more money? why you want sick? babbo ya (stupid person)”

8. being late is a capital offense. as much as possible you should be at your work station at least 15 minutes before the actual start of work. if your boss arrives ahead of you (even though it’s 30 minutes before the start of the shift), you have to apologize for being “late”. now… don’t get me wrong. i was never late for any part of my professional life.

however, if you’re korean… that wouldn’t apply. being late for 30-40 minutes, or just putting off work for being “stressed” or “want to sleep” is accepted. but if i did such a thing… i’d be fired immediately.

9. don’t expect that your employment contracts would be followed. they change their
minds about the work conditions about my employment so often that i don’t even bother looking at my employment contract anymore. i’ve experienced my salary being raised and decreased at unimaginable rates that sometimes i try to think that being given P500 for a month’s work is too much for them to give. (N.B. this issue is currently ‘TIGAWON KAMJA’ or a hot issue in our company)

10. when they say “if you have a problem… tell me”, i don’t believe them anymore.

i had several bosses who said the same thing to me over and over again and these incidents ended up with me having a bad rep.

opportunities to air several professional concerns with those sentences attached were used to put me in hot water. legitimate concerns about labor laws, facilities,

employee safety and minimum wage were taken as complaints and labeled me as a “bad egg”.

11. when koreans have arguements amongst themselves… to the extent of one of my clients being mauled by a group of other koreans… IS NOT ANY FILIPINO’S CONCERN.

it should be a concern among koreans only. when i tried to call the police… one of them even called me “geseki” (or son of a bitch) for trying to interfere with korean concerns.

12. filipinas do not have the right to reject when a korean man proposes to her.

filipinas do not have enough money to be proud of themselves (as told by a drunk client a few nights ago) and we should be lucky that our race will have the handsome
genetic endowment from koreans when they fuck filipina women.

13. if you’re older… you’re always right. in korean tradition, this is a rule of thumb that no one should break. neither do we or any other foreigner should forget.

i had a friend for 20 years and he’s much older than me. my boss said i don’t have the right to call this person my friend because he is older than me. and because i
don’t have anyone who is of the same age as me… according to him, i don’t have any friend.

14. it is rude to reject any offerings that they would like to give you. koreans have this knack of giving stuff to people. it’s something that i really appreciated during the first few years of working with them. but recently, i found out that
although it is considered rude to reject their offerings… they say that i’m “so poor that he accepts our (the korean’s) junk and surplus things”.

15. i cannot entertain, let alone talk to my WIFE whenever she comes to visit me at the apartment provided by the company… nor can she stay within the vicinity of the building because it’s “indecent” and “dirty”. i actually got a memo last week when
she brought my laundry up to our dormitory living room and left 5 minutes after, saying “it does not give a good image of the company.”

but the korean staff, who stays right across our room, parades girls he takes home from brothels day and night. and the management doesn’t give a damn. don’t ask…

but i kinda got used to the moans, groans, slapping, slurpping, screaming and

squeaking sounds from their room.

16. don’t ask anything related to family… or anything for that matter. i just got a complaint from my manager that I was being to nosey for asking my room mate, “what is your hometown like?”

17. koreans love to slam doors on people. and filipinos should not take it as an insult or anything bad. they’re just like that.

but i still couldn’t understand why i got another memo for being “too rude” when i carefully opened the door (and NOT SLAMMING IT) when i entered the conference hall

to serve coffee to the korean visitors. (N.B. please call me the H.R. Manager who serves coffee and biscuits to koreans)

18. “the customer is always king”. this is the most popular adage in korean history which gives them the right to throw towels at me when they were not satisfied with

the women they brought in to our hotel.

being the customers… we should make sure that everything should be provided for.

(even the whores should be provided for by the hotel and not THEM having to pick up

women from the nearby entertainment district)

19. “pali-pali” is something that you have to do if you’re working for koreans. if

they ask for an incident report about an exploded heating pipe 3 minutes ago, there

should be triplicate copies on the boss’ table in 5 minutes… plus requisitions for

new equipment… plus job orders for the maintenance crew… plus receipts for the

equipment and facilities that failed.

i just couldn’t understand why they still haven’t signed the damn things three weeks after they made me rush them.

20. if you couldn’t find it on DAUM or NAVER… it doesn’t exist. DAUM or NAVER are korea’s most popular search engines. most of the information that they know are
downloaded, read, shared, or uploaded here.

they don’t know that 97% of the contents shared on the internet are written in english.

so if it’s from google, yahoo, cnet, cuil, or any other search engine. it’s not legitimate

21. americans and other native speakers have terrible ENGLISH pronunciation. koreans always tell me that non-koreans have terrible english pronunciation. consider the fact that they have been studying for more than 12 years english GRAMMAR (just the patterns), toeic exams (just the answers) with high scores of 450 (the highest score is 990), and can go to different countries without visa.

A korean staff even told me… “why learn english? english… terrible! best language… hanggul. whole earth… should… must… hanggul only!”

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My dear friends… please don’t hate these people for being such. Filipinos aren’t such bad people but we do have our faults and weaknesses too. i just got hurt from all the experiences that i’ve been through and i just hope that when we’re gonna deal with people who are not of our own culture and or descent, let’s not stoop to

their level.

let’s think rationally.

many people might think “who’s this asshole trying to lecture us on cultural pride?”

i agree. i’m not a good person who should speak on this but i just want to remind everyone… please don’t imitate what i did. (which is absolutely nothing)

filipinos have a lot of things to be proud of. this is your generation. make something out of it. don’t imitate what the leaders of today are doing. strive to change…

6. flamindevil commented on October 26, 2009 at 2:23 PM

i must say, at least the girl spoke of truth..that she’s really ugly..toinks. 😀

7. ate honey commented on November 02, 2009 at 9:43 AM

thanks FJ Castro for the infos and I agree with flamindevil at least she’s honest about bein ugly hehe

8. flamindevil commented on November 12, 2009 at 2:50 PM

markey musta na?

pasko na!update na..hehe

9. g commented on November 17, 2009 at 1:43 AM

I can pretend to Japanese also.

ゴミのような猿フィリピン民族は地球上から消えろ

See?
See?
Anybody can pretend to Korean.

1. Copy and paste from Korean website.
2. Using Google Translator
3. or, learned korean language.

It is very easy way to blame korean, pretend to Korean, and insult any foreign people.
Seriously, There is NO reason that Korean hate filipino.

I think He/She is a Anti-Korea Japanese troll who pretend to Korean.

And, This is the reason that why I think UglyYubin is a japanese who pretend to Korean.
Only Japanese said filipino as “Monkey”.
I will show you how Japanese think about filipino.

Source : Japanese largest website 2ch.
http://unkar.jp/read/changi.2ch.net/comicnews/1249617731
(Note : ‘猿’ refer to ‘Monkey’)

#1. From Japanese website

【 フィリピンメス猿を嫌いな理由・原因 】
Reasons that why i Hate filipino. wriiten by Japanese

#2. ● 自宅マンションやアパートにフィリピンメス猿ホステス群がいて、
騒音やゴミ問題でさんざん迷惑をかけられて悩まされ、
それ以来、嫌悪軽蔑している
(住民達が苦情を言っても、フィリピンメス猿ホステス群は聞く耳を持たない)
They are dirty, we Japanese can’t live with Filipino
We ignored filipino monkey hostes. lol

#3.● 近所に集団で住んでたフィリピン猿が、灯油を入れるポリ容器を
持って突然うちに来て『HEY!灯油プレゼント!!』って話し掛けてきた
(「灯油クレ!」の意味だってよw さすがは乞食猿www)
Negihbor filipino monkey said polyethylene jar is a kerosene oil. and he gift it to me.
filipinos are really beggar monkey. lol

#4. ● 中学校の時の英会話補助教員のフィリピンメス猿から
「うるせーイエローモンキー」と差別語を言われ侮辱された
When i was middle school studnet, filipino teacher said i am a yellow monkey.

#5. ● 夫・父親がフィリピンメス猿ホステスに貢いで家庭崩壊した
Many Japanese Father have sexual relationship with Filipino female monkey hostess.

#6. ● 空港のセキュリティーチェックでフィリピンメス猿ホステス群が
空気読めずに流れを止めまくって迷惑をかけられた
Filipino monkey harrassed japanese at a convenience store.

#7. ● コンビニのレジでフィリピンメス猿ホステスが店員や客に迷惑をかけていた
連れのヨッパライ馬鹿オヤジは全く周囲が見えてない
Filipino monkey are dumb and don’t know how can pass at enterance at airport.

#8. ● 在日ピン猿が産み落としたガキ共が、小学生の子供のクラスを学級崩壊させた
Filipino residence in Japan disrupting Japanese elementary school studnets. (cause english teacher?)

#9. ● 会社のフィリピン猿群が態度デカイし、一日中騒がしくて、
集団で遅刻してきても反省の色が全く無し
When Filipino monkey break a promise, monkey never says “sorry”.

#10. ● 職場(飲食店)に精神異常のフィリピンメス猿とその日本人夫が来たが、
メス猿と夫が突然店内で大声で叫んで暴れ、店員に暴行し店内が壊され損害を蒙った
In my working place, Filipino monkey’s husband make a disturbance our working place.

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