I saw one Korean man stated that in Korean he is the King! Women are slaves. Korean men beat up women. And I saw this article where Korean men beat up Chinese women in KFC. Is this a culture n to day world?
Beating another human being is not a culture. It's a bad behaviour.
We tend to stereotype and conclude only a certain group of people have certain traits. Examples:
- Latino men are chauvinistic.
- Asian women are stuck-ups.
- Asian people are good at math and science.
- Los Angeles girls are fit or skinny.
I hope that you, and anyone reading this thread, understands that bad human behaviour of a small group of people does not make it culture of the entire group of people. It's a dangerous generalization.
On the same topic, there are a couple of expressions that reflects Korean culture and their views about violence against the weak in general:
- The weak and the arrogant resort matters with violence.
(능력 없는 놈이 주먹질로 해결하려고 든다).
If that someone is a woman or a child, they were referred as
- "A bastard who does not deserve his balls"
(불알이 아까운 놈)
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