>South Koreans Need to Chill Out

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Suicide rates in South Korea are the highest in the world, surpassing even that of neighboring Japan, which is quite a feat. Suicide is the leading cause of death among South Koreans in their 20s and 30s, and it is the fourth leading cause of death overall, after cancer, stroke and heart disease. (No doubt caused by the high rate of pork intake.)

There are very few national holidays and even fewer three or four day weekends.

One never sees a travel trailer, a tent trailer or a motorhome in Korea. They simply don’t exist and neither is there a need – as South Koreans work, work and work some more.

It’s been said Koreans have gotten “wealthy, wired and worried.” Here’s the result of all that pent up stress.

City Council Brawl Erupts Over School Lunches

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Hello Korea – you could develop an entire leisure industry of trailers and mini-motorhomes, campgrounds and recreational trailer parks, that is, if you’d spend more time enjoying your new found wealth instead of trying to get more, more and still more.

Chill out – it’s just as healthy for you as kimchee. Maybe more so.

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2 Responses to >South Koreans Need to Chill Out

  1. Anonymous says:

    >I am not at all interested in Koreans or any other Non-Israelite a.k.a. Whites, living longer and healthier lives.The shorter and more miserable, the better.All other races are nothing more than enemies in the making.JamesTheJust

  2. Kerux says:

    >But James, where would Americans get their flat screen TVs and Hyundae/Kia cars if the Koreans all died out? We Americans love the Koreans, at least the products they make for us. We also pay for most of their defense, have been for 60 years, keeping their defense costs down, and America's up, so they can invest in their infrastructure more heavily.And, it looks as if America is about to go to war for them once again.

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