KPOP NOW – [Love of 7.7 Billion] Discusses COVID19 with Abnormal Summit guests


Article: ‘Love of 7.7 Billion’ Tyler, “In the US, the cost of testing COVID19 is up to $4,000”

Source: The Celeb via Nate

1. [+977, -18] Our country’s strength is our healthcare system. What’s with the brainless politicians, hospital owners, and big corporations demanding to privatize medical system like the US? There’s no politician who cares about the citizens…

2. [+846, -19] If we privatized the medical system, we would’ve ended up like that.

3. [+600, -19] The US wants to copy us and we want to copy the US.

4. [+67, -10] I remember Lee Myung Bak trying to privatize the medical system.

5. [+37, -0] Then foreigners must be trying to enter Korea… We should stop them.


Article: ‘Love of 7.7 Billion’ Tyler, “Racism towards Asians due to COVID19, a mistake of the media”

Source: Xports News via Nate

1. [+455, -8] Tyler is such a good speaker!

2. [+454, -4] Did you guys see the Chinese representative telling Tyler to be careful? Does he think he’s Xi Jinping or what? We have the freedom of expression. Yet he tells Tyler to watch his words and that China is handling coronavirus well. Why did they even feature a Chinese representative? So annoying, I would dislike him even if he was my friend. Tyler only said the right things.

3. [+362, -9] The problem is that China is refusing to admit that they’re the source of the virus. Coronavirus is Wuhan pneumonia.

4. [+31, -2] I hope it’s not an artificial virus… The virus is one of the most contagious ones I’ve seen.

5. [+30, -0] The Chinese representative on the show is hopeless… He thinks China is the center of the world. Typical Chinese.


Article: ‘Love of 7.7 Billion’ Maxime, “In Russia, there’s a rumor that most Koreans are Shincheonji followers”

Source: Sports Choson via Nate

1. [+582, -9] Shincheonji and China are cancers of the world.

2. [+392, -12] We’re proud citizens of Korea. How dare you.

3. [+317, -37] Crazy idiot, what nonsense is he saying? Are Russians ignorant like that?

4. [+30, -3] Shincheonji is bringing down the reputation of the country! I had no thought on forgiving them and I’m never going to!

5. [+20, -1] What Shincheonji and China did wrong: They should’ve been transparent with the information from the beginning to stop the spread of the virus. But they were busy hiding and finally revealed information after it got out of hands. But even the information was very much fabricated, so the spread is still happening.


Article: ‘Love of 7.7 Billion’ Joachim, “In Sweden, men using parental leave is normal, I feel bad for Korean women”

Source: Xports News via Nate

1. [+165, -21] It’s unfortunate for both men and women. Men have a parental leave here too but they don’t feel comfortable using it.

2. [+148, -18] In our country, if a man uses parental leave, he gets more dirty looks than a woman. That’s why men can’t use parental leave. When I use a parental leave because my kid is sick, my boss scoffs and wonders why I’m the one using it instead of my wife.

3. [+109, -6] That Chinese guy is so shameless. I hope they don’t cast Chinese people on this kind of shows. I hate their Sino-centricism.



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KPOP NOW – Daniel Lindemann says he’s been boycotting Japan + reveals his thoughts on Japan boycott


Daniel Lindemann says he’s been boycotting Japan + reveals his thoughts on Japan boycott – K-POP, K-FANS

Daniel Lindemann says he’s been boycotting Japan + reveals his thoughts on Japan boycott



“I heard that Uniqlo is supporting Japan’s claims that Dokdo is a Japanese territory. Because of that, I’ve never shopped at Uniqlo in the last 2 years. As a foreigner living in Korea, I believe that it’s a matter of loyalty to Korea. In that regard, I’m also participating in this boycott. I don’t use any Japanese products. However, I’m not sure if boycotting Japanese products is the best way to criticize Japan. It could worsen the Korea-Japan conflict and affect innocent people in both countries.”
“Japanese people are not interested in the history. Some Japanese students don’t even know when WW2 ended. At least they should know when the war started, what the countries did, and the alliances. In Germany, 80% of history education in middle school and high school covers WW1 and WW2. We learn what Germany did wrong.”
“Germans are objective when it comes to history. We reflect ourselves. Koreans like the fact that Germany apologized to the countries of the victims. In that aspect, Germans are sincere. But just because Germany apologized, it doesn’t mean that Germany is the nice one and Japan is the bad one. Geographically, Germany is the center of Europe. There are so many countries surrounding Germany. When the war ended and Germany went bankrupt, they had to apologize to the nearby countries and form economical relationships with them to re-establish the country. On the other hand, Japan is an island. After the war, they got help from the US and became an island of the US. They didn’t need to apologize to nearby countries.”
“Germany has many problems regarding to Nazi. Germany apologized to the victims of forced labor in early 2000’s. It was a very late apology. And it’s not like we apologized to everyone yet. We apologized to the Jews but not the African victims.”





Article: “Loyalty to Korea, not shopped at Uniqlo for 2 years”… Japan boycott from Daniel’s perspective


Source: JoongAng via Nate


1. [+5131, -95] He has great thoughts.


2. [+4941, -126] A foreigner living in Korea is 100 times better than the Korean traitors.


3. [+4527, -83] His thoughts are deeper and better than an average Korean. Respect!


4. [+130, -5] His explanations are objective, as expected of a German.


5. [+129, -6] Sujan from Abnormal Summit also posted on Instagram. He wrote Abe’s stupid sayings in 3 languages and asked people to spread the post. I was thankful.


6. [+125, -1] I watched the full video and this is what he said at the end. “Germany was surrounded by developed countries. So if they didn’t admit their fault quickly, their national operations could’ve gone bad. That’s why Germany was quick to sort out their history. So it’s not always right to see Germany as the kind one.” What he said was right but the important fact is that it was coming from a German. Daniel saying “Germans are not special” actually made them special to me.


7. [+114, -6] I respect him. He’s greater than an average Korean.


8. [+102, -6] Abnormal Summit would be so much fun if they start a new season now. There are many topics they could be talking about. Koreans should be ashamed to see a foreigner thinking like this and putting into actions.


9. [+80, -4] There are foreigners like this and yet we have pro-Japanese Koreans on Ilbe, ugh.


10. [+78, -2] Okyere’s answer still makes me laugh. “Whose island is Dokdo?” “Our country’s” ㅋㅋㅋ

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KPOP NOW – Sam Okyere reveals he obtained Korean permanent residence


Sam Okyere reveals he obtained Korean permanent residence – K-POP, K-FANS

Sam Okyere reveals he obtained Korean permanent residence



Article: ‘Hello Counsellor’ Sam Okyere, “I obtained Korean permanent residence recently… Korean to the bone”


Source: Sports Seoul via Nate


1. [+2116, -26] He’s a Ghanaian who says Dokdo is a Korean island.


2. [+1972, -56] Sam Okyere is funny and likeable. A lot of foreigners who become popular in Korean entertainment end up going back to their own countries. I hope it’s not just his broadcast image.


3. [+1798, -79] He’s much better than the Chinese celebrities like Lai Kuan Lin who come to Korea only to dip out later.


4. [+126, -1] He did a lot to change the prejudice against black people in Korea. It’s not like people stare at black people because they want to be racist. It’s because they’ve rarely seen black people. But because of Okyere, people learned that black people are just as ordinary and became more comfortable with black people.


5. [+124, -2] I still hope he goes back to Ghana and becomes the president.


6. [+100, -2] He goes to the Korean Folk Village and says it’s our ancestors. Permanent residence is no big deal ㅋㅋㅋ


7. [+59, -0] I don’t think he’ll become a naturalized citizen. He’ll just keep the permanent residence. I hope he does well and becomes the Ghanaian president.


8. [+53, -2] It was so funny when the question was “Which country won the war in 1592?” and Sam answered, “our country did” ㅋㅋㅋ

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