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2 hours ago, Dhakra said:

@SejabinI give a general idea about how men usually behave, how we tick and why we do certain things we do.

 

I can't and won't speak for manhood or every single man out there. My words don't describe EVERY man out there. 

We all have different personalities, some do things differently than others. 

 

There are also men who never confess anything or even avoid the people they like. 

Of course there are exceptions, but usually it is like I say. 

 

If comparing to driving. Not matic car of course, the way you replied me, in soompi, always like you use gigi 4. 100 km per hour. I am not stupid you know

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I'm not going to discuss with you here. I replied to @rosierosie and hope she got the answer she was looking for.

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I am not going to discuss with you too anywhere here. Thank you good bye.

 

 

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Hi guys,

I'm wondering if Anti-Chinese sentiment is common with Korean guys who lived most of their lives in Korea.

 

I feel like my boyfriend is a kind and caring person who respects anybody as long as they're a good person, but recently he gave me quite a surprise. He said that he "hates Chinese people". At first I didn't think he was serious (He said he hates Japanese people before, but then he became close friends with a Japanese guy in his class) but I asked him about it and he says he's serious.

 

He says it's because the Chinese are polluting Korea's air with their factories, because he saw Chinese people on the news purposefully trying to infect Koreans with coronavirus, and because of his bad experience with the Chinese international students in that same class (they targeted a Korean girl and started up some drama to make the whole class hate her). And other, more political reasons.

 

We started arguing because I think that the government is so powerful in China so that the civilians couldn't stop certain problems even if they wanted to. And I said that there might be a lot of good Chinese people who only work in those factories because they are poor and don't have much control over their lives. But he was being so stubborn and saying that I could never understand his dislike for Chinese and N. Koreans because he went to the military and I didn't. In the end we just agreed to disagree, but it really left a bad taste in my mouth. He said he doesn't wish ill upon them, and he would be polite if he met them, but that he would "talk richard simmons" behind their back. 

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@b1a6Well I'm not a korean guy, but it feels like your boyfriend has a lot of prejudice against Chinese people. 

 

I agree you your pov, we have a similar situation here in Germany so I can relate to that. 

 

But him being stubborn is normal, guys aren't good at accepting other opinions that are not their own, especially if they disagree with what we believe. 

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