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Being at a public place in South Korea sucks.

frisas45

frisas45

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I hate it when people are yelling at each other. I have to endure this at an internet cafe, subway train, and sometimes, on the buses. They argue loudly, scream and shout on the phones, and sometimes lash at me. This gives me the ass. I get so damn pissed that I want to cuss at these fuckers out. But if they do that, they go physical. Right off the bat. Hell, I have to say nothing and endure this shit day by day. There are times I move away, but sometimes I can't. Especially at an overcrowded rush hour in Seoul, South Korea.

Even foreigners are are picking up this shitty habit and it enrages me. These assholes bitch at each other at a museum! In a museum, you have to keep your big mouth shut. But they like to throw that crap away when they set their foot in here. Disgusting.
 
tnelis

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Damn this is strange. I always thought that people in Asia are more likely to respect eatch other and dont have this horible, loud "macho-egocentric" attitude like where i live.
 
frisas45

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Damn this is strange. I always thought that people in Asia are more likely to respect eatch other and dont have this horible, loud "macho-egocentric" attitude like where i live.
Probably in Japan or other countries. Not here in Korea.
 
calypso

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I can understand people losing their rag in a packed situation like that. It must be hell for all of you.
 
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