Korean Braking as the act of an inexperienced or incompetent driver believing that the brake pedal on a vehicle has only two positions, none or fully applied. When Korean braking is used occupants of the vehicle can expect to experience unpleasant g-forces from either the car screeching to a stop or the vehicle behind them that was caught off guard. As the name hints, this is common practice in Korea.
There was another pile up today on I-35, some driver that was korean braking in the fast lane made a semi smash into him and jack knife.
by Anti-1 May 14, 2009