People hailing from north/south Korea. Koreans seems to be a mix of Chinese and Japanese as they are easily distinguishable. Compared to Chinese and Japanese whose eyes are slanted and "chinky"(sorry), Koreans eyes are a bit rounded and almond shaped. Koreans shows great importance to their culture and history. They have great fashion style and up to date technology just like the Japanese. They are hard workers and show respect to others by slightly bowing down their heads as an excuse, if an elder is coming, or as thanks. Korean women are exceptionally beautiful.
"I wanna take a vacation, what could be a good Asian spot?"
"Korea would be a good place, I would love to meet Korean people for a change"
An Asian nationality that tends to be questioned by rednecks.
Jimmy: So... you Asian?
Jimmy: Chinese, er Japanese?
Jill: ...I'm Korean.
Jimmy: Is that 'part of Japan?
Adj. Someone who was either born or is an inhabitant of the Korean peninsula, regardless of the country, whether it be Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North) or Republic of Korea (South).
He was born in Seoul, therefore he is Korean by birth.
(south) korean have awesome music,dramas, movies.
korean have advance and awesome techonology
korean have good style.
(north) they have no control over their lives but they are not crazy people. dont blame them for being bad or boring, its not their fault that they have not freedom. its their government and the leader.
technology such as the chocolate phone, sumsung and many others. thousands of fans from all over the world listens to korean music
The most beautiful girls in the world
Boy #1 - Damn, that korean girl is hot.
Boy #2 - Hotter than any white girl I know, thats for sure.
A person who's obsessed over StarCraft or breakdancing.
ex.1) Person 1: "Damn! This kid whooped my ass over BNET!"
Person 2: "Yup, he must be Korean."
ex.2) Person 1: "Holy crap, this guy's airflares are insane!"
Person 2: "Yup, he must be Korean."
Fun Fact: Korea has a channel just for StarCraft.
Koreans are people who live in or come from Korea (usually South Korea a.k.a. Republic of Korea, because most North Koreans are not allowed to travel abroad). But here we will deal with the ones in the United States of America, including those whose family currently lives in Korea.more...
There are all kinds of Koreans, but to name a few:
American-Koreans (so-called twinkies/bananas)
people who have spent their entire lives in America. Usually US born and second- or third-generation immigrants. They either can't speak Korean at all or understand very little of it; but they do have impeccable English speaking skills and lots of white friends. Most feel uncomfortable around other types of Koreans and/or some older relatives. Very Americanized, with no understanding of Korean tranditions or Korean pop culture. Less intense when it comes to school and work; only few of them tend to show outstanding academic performance. They all have English first names.
include Koreans who came to America as kids or those who have spent many years at American schools. Many have English first names but some choose to keep their Korean names. Good English, but their English speaking abilities depend on the number of years spent in America or the number of American friends they have. Most are academically successful and get straight A's. There is 90% chance that a given Korean-American plays a musical instrument and/or excels in math or science. Some can be good atheletes. ...
The people who you don't want to play at Starcraft. Their culture is basically Starcraft and they worship the Overmind. Like how people evolved from monkeys into civilized people, Koreans evolved from monkeys to Hydralisks and Zealots.
(In a chatroom)
#1 - "Dude, let get a game of Starcraft on."
#2 - "Alright, let's get a 1v1v1."
#1 - "Cool, I got a friend who plays."
#2 - "Who is he?"
#1 - "Some Korean gu---."
#2 - *signs out"