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Since Deborah loves to spend her time on this topic... Coucou Deb-bullshit, je viens de voir ta story où tu parles dans un coréen approximatif à propos de 미국 사람 qui sont 너ㅓㅓㅓㅓㅓ무 질투해 de toi. Dommage que les deux personnes que tu aies screen dans ta story soient françaises <3 Much love from Paris, ma puce ! Ça sert à rien de faire des stories en coréen pour que les gens de PULL ne comprennent pas ... Les gens sont éduqués et parlent plusieurs langues, Deb ! Ou peut-être que c'était pour impressionner tes followers kpop stans avec tes 200 mots de vocabulaire coréen ? Qui sait. Au lieu de passer ton temps sur ce forum à guetter quand on va te prêter attention (ou peut-être que tu visites ce forum car t'aimes aussi les ragots sur les autres koreaboos ) tu devrais aller bosser ton coréen et ton anglais. Comme l'a dit @Vader_chan, on va probablement arrêter de parler de toi car t'es pas assez intéressante pour être ici. J'espère que tu continueras à visiter le forum et que tu prendras plaisir à lire nos posts sur les autres Koreaboos !
In France, a lot of non-Arab/non-Muslim young people say "Wallah" (meaning "I swear to اللّٰه Allah (God)" in Arabic) because it's kind of trendy (it's like a ghetto slang so you automatically sound badass saying it according to these mf). But as a Muslim person, I hate that. I don't think she was born in Israel necessarily, but one of her parents (if not both) might be from there. In my opinion, her mother and grandmother look a bit Jewish but it's just an impression and I know we can not assume someone's ethnicity by their look. And I don't know if it's worth mentioning but her family name has German roots according to Google. Jews and Germany= makes sense to me. And I think she once said she had some East Europe genes... maybe Polish? I only remember vaguely. I don't remember her age exactly but she's between 96' and 98'. She's older than 19 for sure.
Like @Clouded Moon said, "ulzzang" is short for ulgul 얼굴 (meaning face), and zzang 짱 (abbreviation for good/best). If you search the term on Google Image, you will find a bunch of pictures of good looking Korean people. But in the past, "ulzzang" was not only a word used to describe beautiful people, it was kind of a style. Big eyes (circle lenses), white skin, innocent look, puppy eyes eyeliner, straight eyebrows, double eyelid, etc. If you look on Naver (the Korean Google), you'll be able to see what was "ulzzang" back in the early 2010s.
I haven't heard any Korean person describing themselves as "ulzzang" since 2012 so it's kind of an old phenomenon. But I guess koreaboos having no knowledge on the subject think it's still a thing. I tried the #얼짱 on Instagram and I only found pictures of Japanese, Russian and white people in general. No Korean.
I can't help but think Jasmine's fetishism will impact negatively Luna's self image. Older, she will feel like her ethnicity is such a big part of her life that it defines her, to the point that she'll feel like "the Korean girl" rather than "Luna". I don't think her missing daddy's ethnicity should define who she thinks she is, but it's just my opinion... Jasmine's right there, teaching Luna everything she can about Korea, but not focusing on her own roots. That's sad.
I'm sorry if I wasn't clear but she didn't criticize them!! On the contrary, she said people should have voted blank and therefor not for the current President. But since blank votes are not taken into account in French elections, even with 51% of blank votes, Macron would have been elected (yeah our system is pretty fucked up on this point)
Guys, I found Deborah's facebook... As I was expecting, she's Israeli (and not Korean?!?!? I was as disappointed as you!).In my opinion, her account is pretty depressing. She shares EVERYDAY multiple posts (5 yesterday and the day before for example) on her Facebook wall and doesn't get any likes. I feel like she doesn't have a lot of relatives except on instagram where her koreaboo friends are praising her because she lives in Korea lol. What a poor girl, that's probably why she was overreacting when she saw people talking about her on this forum. She's not used to getting attention. I can tell you that she posts A LOT of selfies and even showed the place she's staying at in Korea. I've always wondered how she could afford to live there knowing that she has dropped out of the school system.That's kind of OT but my favorite post on her Facebook is probably this one. Since it's in French, I'll just summarize it for you, but I promise it's hilarious if you know a little bit about politics. Basically she goes like: "I love and miss my country (France) but nowadays I'm ashamed of it (yeah Korean is wayyyy better Deb). People (gilets jaunes) are complaining about the President but they elected him!!! They should have entered a blank vote!"But Deborah... Blank votes... are not taken into account in France And yeah, this girl is sharing her opinion on politics without having any knowledge on the subject. That's probably because she never had a proper education even though school is free in France, never graduated from highschool, and went to Korea to follow her ~Korean dream~ and find a cute ~oppa~.Just realized she has 2K followers on Instagram, but around 30-60 likes on her pictures. Something's fishy. I have more likes with less than 200 followers...Btw, now that we know her name... anyone willing to report her to the Korean immigration? In case you forgot, she uploaded on Youtube a video explaining how to stay more than 90 days in Korea by travelling for some hours to Japan, which technically is illegal. But once again, she didn't know about it when I told her, and didn't even delete the video. What a clever girl we got here.
Did she download Meitu recently? Learn to edit, Deborah. Fix your eyebrow. And calm down on the blurring effect. Oh and wear some clothes, stop pretending to be part Korean, and stop saying "wlh" when you're not Muslim. __________________________________________________
혜정 Hyejeong? I really thought she would call her daughter 루나 Luna, even in Korean... Is she really trying to teach her daughter Korean while not being able to speak it herself? Interesting. And I'm not sure a baby can learn a language just by watching cartoons.
Why do all those cringy koreaboos have to be BTS fans smh And isn't it crazy how these people are willing to change their WHOLE IDENTITY to look like their idols? I mean, if I liked Cardi B (thank God I do not) I wouldn't tan my skin to look Dominican Something's definitely f*cked up in these girls' mind to go as far has changing their gender to look like oppa.