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Did you see the short-track skating race?
A vulgar country, fu**ing U.S.A.
Are you so happy over a gold medal?
A nasty country, fu**ing U.S.A.
Such as you are, can you claim that the U.S.A. is a nation of justice?
Why on earth don't we say what we have to?
Are we slaves of a colonial nation?
Now we will shout: "No to the U.S.A."
A wretched thief, fu**ing U.S.A. that stole our Olympic gold medal
A wicked robber, fu**ing U.S.A. that tries to rob everything by force
Did you hear Bush's reckless words?
A shameless country, fu**ing U.S.A.
It makes war threats to the north as well as intervention into the south
A country of gangsters, fu**ing U.S.A.
Is the U.S.A. still a beautiful country?
Is the north still an "enemy" to be killed?
How much more do you want to endure?
It's time to shout: "Yankee, go home!"
You dirty Yankees, wait and see
We will reunify the country with the independent force of the Korean nation
We will build a dignified country, a reunified country
Don't forget the blood-stained history of Korea!
You, author of Korea's division, fu**ing U.S.A.
Don't forget the Nogun-ri massacre of civilians!
You, murderer, fu**ing U.S.A.
Originally posted by AceOfBase
If you think Anti-US sentiment in Europe is bad (I don't) you should see what's coming out of South Korea.
Apparently, a song called "Fu...ing USA" is popular among the younger generation. The song is by Yoon Min-sok, a South Korean.
It was used in a video, which is said to have come from North Korea but I'm not sure if it did.
This is a quicktime version of it below. I've included multiple links in case one goes down.
acsu.buffalo.edu "Fu...ing USA.mov"
unresort.com "Fu...ing USA.mov"
shackspace.com "Fu...ing USA.mov"
It was also used in another video which combined war footage:
"Fu...ing USA" , war footage version WMV
Originally posted by cargo
What could possibly make these people feel the way they do? Is it the behaviour of the American Military in their countries? Are they being made to feel like US property? Lower than Americans? In their own country? I honestly don't know, I've just been looking into this recently. I'm sure there are plenty of South koreans happy with how their country is now, but it is clear there are those who are not.