Korean kids learn Netiquette

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+4 1. deenajs commented 11 years ago

I think I saw one entering Snotr!
Thats the first step to learn almost anything! :)
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-4 2. mothali commented 11 years ago

I just don't what to say....
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+6 3. ringmaster commented 11 years ago

I'd wish all classes had been like this. But I also see the cultural and social aspects making it difficult to transfer this model directly to other parts of the world.
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+4 4. mastagops commented 11 years ago

LOL this is why everyone plays starcraft there, they're trained at a young age
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+26 5. sitaauk commented 11 years ago

First rule of netiquette: "No one gives a f**k if you are FIRST!!!"
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+5 6. Usdevildoggmc commented 11 years ago

Pretty fuckin awesome if you ask me... we need to start raising human beings who can be polite think rationally and responsibly in all types of situations in the future this is the way it's going to have to be... this is taking steps in that direction.
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-1 7. Baboon commented 11 years ago

Zergs always get me with their banelings :(, then I play Phoenix harass and win :P
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+3 8. Kendiana commented 11 years ago

Great, South Koreans learning the importance of social graces. These skills taught at such an early age will transfer directly into every other aspect of living and interacting with people throughout their lives. Too bad we don't do this in America where 2% (5 million) of our population languishes in prisons.
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+7 9. PaterSin commented 11 years ago

ok kids and tomorrow we'll learn about chatroulette :D
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+1 10. Chrisofskjern commented 11 years ago

What are these kids doing? Korean schools should teach the children how to play Starcraft!

They learn how to leave the game when beaten, write GG and so on. THIS is Korean style netiquette.
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-1 11. NotFirst commented 11 years ago

While they are exercising netiquette on Call Of Dudy, I will exercise Head Shot! BAM!! >:)
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+1 12. LQoQK commented 11 years ago

soon there will be no need for school,
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+1 13. coycoy46 commented 11 years ago

worldwide control of the masses soon that usb port will be in the back of our head telling us what to do! of course us snotr uses won't be affected as only we get a different view of the world through snotr
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+2 14. huldu commented 11 years ago

Well, the thing is they raise their kids very differently in asia as compared to America and Europe. The kids learn to respect each others and elders at a very young age. This barely happens in America and Europe these days. The lack of respect is why things like this wont work in America and Europe.

I forgot to add discipline is very important and quite common in Asian countries. Not so much on our side of the world. Sadly.
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+6 15. JimDunlop commented 11 years ago

#14, let me assure you that is not the case. Having lived over 8 years in Japan, teaching in public schools the entire time (elementary, junior high school, and college) it's certainly NOT like what people from the West think... There's this stereotypical, romantic notion that the Asians are doing it right while in the West things are going from bad to worse.

Not so.

Asia has its share of nasty, NASTY troubles as well. The difference is that they are generally kept hidden where no one sees them. Kinda like the dirty uncle that the whole family tries to hide at family reunions and holidays... But believe me, there is a dark underbelly.

Children here do NOT respect their elders -- it's a myth! Just ask the teacher who was beaten up by her students and duct taped to the fence in the school yard... Just ask the shopping security guards in my town who got the shit kicked out of them by a gang of junior high students from a nearby school... Just ask the family of the girl who recently committed suicide because she was being bullied by her peers. Schools here are a JOKE where students are allowed to do anything they want. Kids sleep in class and no one wakes them up. They talk, yell, and disrupt class and the teachers put up with it. Truancy and absenteeism is not dealt with at all. For the record, I've taught at 16 elementary schools, 3 junior high schools, a college, and a private language academy for all ages... Same shit, different pile. Mileage of course varies -- some classes, schools, and years are better than others, but it's only a matter of time before quiet, polite, respectful Asia can't hide their dirty secrets any longer.

No, things are not as rosy here as they appear. Lord,I wish they were though.