No, seriously, ask away. The email is on the right.
However, isn't it the day when Korea was split in two halfs for 65 years and counting?Not so much to actually celebrate, in my opinion.
You're right about that, but at least the country was liberated from the Japanese, so there is still something to celebrate. I just hope in the future, Koreans will get to celebrate a day of unification as well.
Celebrate a day of unification under a liberal, capitalist, first world society, that is. Nothing to celebrate if the whole peninsula winds up eating tree bark on the Dear Leader Heroic Revolutionary Vanguard of the Masses Radish Farm.
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