Saturday, July 31, 2021


He was only in his early 30's, was muscular and exercised often but after catching Corona, he said that went from 62 kg to 58 kg... He recovered in 2 weeks which is considered pretty fast but even so, he looks extremely skinny.. Seriously, let's all be careful of Corona.. I would like BTOB to promote slowly too.. ㅠㅠ

Friday, July 30, 2021


t/n: some terms Knets use: 
펨코(충) = Paemko/FMKorea (bugs), FMKorea is a male dominated forum
정신승리 = jeongsin seungri = mental 'success' = the equivalent of being delusional/doing mental gymnastics to bend the reality to swallow the truth

Thursday, July 29, 2021


"Athlete An San's story appeared on BBC!!"

The ilbe bugs leading us to a national embarrassment ㅋㅋ

original post: here

1. South Korean young men🤏🤏🤏🤏 (t/n: comment written in English)

2. I'm so excited for international media to cover this. Let's push this national embarrassment 

3. Embarrassing losers

4. Let's ruin those embarrassing men 🤏🤏

5. 👌👌👌👌👌👌👌👌

6. Online abuse 🤏🤏🤏🤏 (t/n: comment written in English) 

7. If you looked at the original article, one hour ago, they even released it on <<<<Reuters>>>>, congrats you ilbe bugs!!!!!! And looks like people are going on and on about the "Online abuse...among South Korean young men" too. since it's on Reuters, the ilbe bugs have made their international debut everywhere!!!!! Let's work hard until the day it's covered on NY Times

8. The way they use "Abuse"<<< is so good... This isn't even a controversy, as expected, English is different from the Korean language where they will push more emphasis on bringing up the assailant rather than the victims

9. On the AFP article, they also use the word "abuse"

10. It's true that this is "Online abuse"

[teen stories] DID YOU GUYS SEE AN SAN'S IG??

"Please clarify your relation to feminists"
"Gold megalist" (t/n: Megalia = feminist platform in Korea) 
"What's up with you using Ung-aeng-ung? Please clarify using this misandristic term in your IG story" (T/n: why Ung-aeng-ung is seen as misandristic covered here)
"So you were a feminist..."
"Jeollado + Gwangju + Women university + short cut + Sewol Ferry badge (?) + Mamamoo + ung-aeng-ung + oh-jo-oh-eok"
"You were caught using a feminist term, just admit that you're a feminist so you can receive all the support from feminists"

post response:
original post: here

1. [+686, -18]
Imagine becoming a national prestige after training for so many years and winning a gold medal just to get sh*tted on on IG after, I'd be f*cking pissed. She's a gold medalist on top of it..ㅋㅋ This is bullying;; Sigh I'm f*cking embarrassed

2. [+596, -18]
The only people who are able to justify death threats for being a feminist are Hannams only ㅋㅋ

3. [+451, -18]
Why are they like that seriously?ㅜㅜㅜㅜㅜㅜ Ah this is freaking annoying. I'm not even going to listen to what those f*kers have to say. Are the men in our country going to ask everyone if they're feminist now? They're freaking dogs

4. [+150, -1]
No but I'm seriously curious what's even "Feminism" for them?? It's not like feminism is some kind of website or some secret organization, so what's the point of asking questions like "Are you a feminist?" seriously Korea is the only one doing it in this entire world

5. [+149, -0]
They're the ones turning such a trivial word into some men hate speech. 

6. [+119, -2]
At this rate, as someone who's not feminist, seeing things like this will turn me into a feminist... Those Hannams are the only ones who don't know what feminism is 


 This is the ranking for the world's most influential media & entertainment content.... Isn't being in the top 10 crazy? Seriously freaking amazing. Can a singer's entertainment really compete against these other entities.... BTS is seriously history 

Wednesday, July 28, 2021


t/n: READ for context: 오조오억 (Oh-jo-oh-eok) literally means "5,000,500,000,000", which is usually used in normal conversation as "a lot". The word itself doesn't have a negative connotation, but recently, it emerged in male communities when referring to female communities (like Jjukbbang, Female Generation, etc.) sharing their negative sentiments towards men including other words like "웅앵웅(Ung-aeung-ung/whiny sound)". This word became even more prominent as an expression of feminism following the Hyehwa Station Demonstration, when protestors claimed that for every crime women commit against a man, men would commit 5,000,500,000,000 crimes against women. (from Wikitree). For simplicity of ready, we will refer the expression to OJOE in the post. FIY, this expression is VERY popular in Korea among teens/20-30s people regardless of their gender. It's usually used as an Internet slang 

Title: what is this thing against Athlete An San? 

Caption from An San's story: Ung-aeung-ung I don't want to do my assignment. Should I dump it or not, let's dump dump dump dump it~!

An San's comment to her story: It's been OJOE years I haven't seen you/it...

Post: Is she using this word without knowing...? ㅜㅜ

- Are you telling me this is a word you can use without knowing the meaning?
- Aigo despair
- What is this, she's a [feminist]? I'm cutting ties with her
- Is she able to even give you a ten-won bill for your life? Of course not so there's no need to spare her...
- Short cut. Ung-aeng-ung. OJOE... No but you're really looking for the possibility [she's not a feminist]..
- If you search what a Korean [feminist] getting caught looks like, this is a prime example of how it looks like..
- Female university + Short cut + Ung-aeng-ung + OJOE, there's way too many coincidences no? 
- Does the associate look at whether you're a [feminist] or not now? I don't even think her parents can tell 
- Did she use these words without knowing the meaning?
> No way ㅜㅜㅜㅜㅜ

This was her response to someone asking her about her short hair 
- Why did you cut your hair? :( 
> Because it's comfortable~

For reference, OP's friend from elementary school was also into athletics and they had short hair too 
Quite a number of women who were athletes who walked around during the national championships in our neighborhood had short cuts.
I've never had a short haircut, but I know that it's much easier to wash short hair than long hair.

I searched for [athlete short cut] to see what an athlete's short cut actually means

"Charming women with short cut"
- Seriously this person is f*cking nice
- The one released the day before yesterday got a bad response no?
- She's already showing her full potential
- She looks tough ㅋ
- I love it too much, muscular nunasㅠㅠ
- People like her would look much better with long hair
- I rather girls with long hair, they're f*cking pretty 
- I find short cut way better... They're more charmingㅋㅋ
- Oh she's my style
- Ohhhh

I looked at what kind of university she attended and I found a post about archery 
"Gwangju Women University, producing a 3 consecutive Olympics attendee, gold medalist"

She's someone whose name is known every time there's the Olympics

This is the reaction to male idols using the word OJOE
Title: Male communities reactions to male idols using OJOE

Seventeen: post talking about having a lot (OJOE) of charming points with their style on that day from the mint clothing to the earmuffs
NCT: A lot (OJOE) of meters
BTS: post talking about watching Rainism a lot (OJOE) of times

- (t/n: don't quite understand the analogy here)
- Wow...F*ck..I'm passing on them
- Their bodies.... aren't developed fully yet!
- Ok let's give up on themㅋㅋㅋ
- Those are quite strong 
- Ok let's pass on themㅋㅋㅋ
- I won't stan them 
- Let's run away from them, this isn't goodㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
- They brought in the big boss...Ok let's leave...~ㅋㅋㅋ
- Let's abort! Abort! Abort! Abort! Abort!
- If you don't want to get cancelled on galleries, let's shut upㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
- Fighting a lost fight
- Do their [account] managers not find this problematic? 
- What's this? 
- F*ck they need to retire
- The 21st century Pearl Harbor 

original post: here

1. Why do they think it's even an issue when idols use it? Just because it's a word a lot of girls are using? 

2. What's the big deal with OJOE? Doesn't it just mean "a lot"? The way they're fabricating controversies is amazing 

3. What a bunch of sh*thead losers who can't do anything
They can't even win a medal themselves yet they're exploding with inferiority complex
Looks like even their intelligence is the size of 🤏..Look at the way they're nitpicking such an inoffensive expression tsk tsk 
The only answer is to not give them any attention

4. Are they really trying to pick a fight because they feel threatened by a woman with abilities?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋLook at the level of those incelsㅋㅋㅋ

5. What do they think will happen if they stopped supporting a 2 times gold medalist....ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Do they think that the moment they drop her, her gold medal will turn into a silver medal?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋThey're going on a power trip against Brave Girls and now, they're power tripping an athlete too. Just try to power trip us you f*ckers

6. How are kids like them not getting a reality check? I pity them seriously 

7. They're really comparing OJOE and Ung-aeng-ung with Ilbe words? Those dumb f*ckers are bullsh*tting again, this is their downfallㅋㅋㅋㅋ Ah what a bunch of f*cking r*tards

8. They're the ones crying and whining about OJOE and some thumb and index gestures, which are controversies they started themselvesㅋㅋㅋㅋTragic

9. Looks like their heads are filled with OJOE victim mentalityㅋㅋㅋㅋ Their brain is 🤏🤏  and their intelligence is also 🤏🤏 

10. What's so scary about those words you losers? 

11. Are they such losers that they're bullsh*tting towards a young athlete in their 20s now? 

12. How is OJOE misandristic?? It just means "a lot"..... Looks like I'm a grandma for not knowing this...ㅠ

13. Whether you want to drop her or not, doesn't change the fact that she's a gold medallist~

14. Just how jobless do they have to be to live their lives like homeless people? Do they really live their lives being that absorbed with some vocabulary?

15. Wow I'm seriously vomiting, are you guys having fun? With this? "Despair"?ㅠㅠㅠ Your lives are a despair

16. The only people who are saying that OJOE and Ung-aeng-ung are misandristic = Ilbe bugs

17. OJOE!!!!!!!!

18. OJOE is literally a number? What's the problem? 

19. Turning OJOE into some kind of hate speechㅋㅋㅋㅋ The way they create controversies is freaking solid 

20. So low. Look at those f*cking losers sitting in their rooms acting like incels🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏🤏

"I want to live liking the things I like

&____** DM.. I don't think that I'll be able to see it, sorry"

She's apologizing for not being able to read her DMs
These crazy f*ckers, seriously;;;;

The hate commentors who are scratching themselves in their rooms while displaying their inferiority complex VS Athlete Ansan who won the first 2 gold medals for our country and who is boosting our national prestige

post response:
original post: here

1. [+715, -6]
They are the best at doing things that cost nothing

2. [+608, -7]
Hannams are f*cking hopeless. They are currently making complaint calls to the Korean Archery Association to return her gold medals. Do they really think that the association will do it?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ they must be so dumbfounded ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

3. [+403, -2]
What are those freaks doing

4. [+276, 0]
Please call a law firm and sue them ㅋㅋㅋ They need to get a taste of real life. The OJOE saying has been used as a meme for such a long time already but suddenly, the trolls are saying that it's a hate speech and are trying to drag a two-time gold medalist?ㅋㅋㅋ We should just ignore these douchebags. Anyways, who doesn't know that this is just a fake controversy? These people got embarrassed from people dragging them overseas so they are trying to throw a fit against that athleteㅋㅋㅋㅋ

5. [+158, 0]
Even if you're unpatriotic, can you be this unpatriotic?ㅋㅋㅋ These Hannams are trying to ruin a national athlete who has a competition ahead of her

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