a behavioral characteristic that is found in people of Korean descent, that makes their country blindly and subserviently depend on the help or support of a stronger country in order to exist or be successful
In the latter part of the nineteenth century, aegukga split into pro-Chinese, pro-Japanese and pro-Russian factions struggling for supremacy over the others. As a result, Korea gave its sovereignty to the dominant regional power of the period, Japan.
Prices shown in USD.
Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!
Emails are sent from email@example.com. We'll never spam you.