This kid is something special
Son Heung Min scores his 7th goal of the season (and game winner) against Dortmund
Meet Captain Lee, The Blue Dragon
Korea 2:1 Switzerland - 11.15.2013 International Friendly
Korea completely outclassed Switzerland.
sittin here watchin this game wondering why switzerland is ranked #7… blatter’s corrupt old ass lol
After taking the Reds to clinch playoff berth, Shin Soo Choo becomes the 12th MLB player to achieve 20 HR 20 SB 100 R 100 BB. He’s having a tremendous season as he is ranked 4th in league’s OBP rankings.
After being goal-less and extremely disappointing in the last few games, Hong Myung Bo’s Taeguk Warriors finally claimed a much needed one-sided victory against Haiti. Although the score and the victory were not surprising, Bayern Leverkusen’s rising star Son Heung Min shined brightly throughout the match, scoring 2 excellent goals. After disappointing performance during the East Asian Cup, the Taeguk Warriors hope to use this victory as a stepping stone to further improving themselves. With the World Cup nearing next year, Hong Myung Bo still clearly has a long way to go in terms of preparations and team management.
As Tokyo prepares to mark the 90th anniversary on Sept. 1 of the Great Kanto Earthquake, a citizens group is trying to remind people of another tragedy that accompanied the terrible loss of life: the mindless slaughter of thousands of ethnic Koreans as rumors swirled in the capital that looting had broken out.
This was genocide at its finest. Thousands of ethnic Koreans in Japan were labeled as scapegoats and were ridiculously accused of causing natural disasters. The Japanese government allowed and declared the massacre of thousands of innocent Koreans in Japan. The same government is still denying these claims and not taking any responsibility for it. We are all very aware of the Holocaust and the Nazi massacre of Jews, yet a majority of us have not realized how the Japanese government consistently violated human rights and international laws. To this very day, there are NO LAWS against hate crime in Japan, and right winged extremists/fascists still have plenty of influence and say in Japanese society. This is truly disappointing and sickening.
everyone please, get educated and get others educated as well