To Chinese millionaires, who casually spend millions solely on their children’s tutoring, earning mediocre profit over some piece of vacation resort is nothing.
The art of satire naturally spawned out of this gloomy daily reality of our underemployed, financially squeezed young generation
Named after hit television show’s protagonist, the Jang Geu-Rae generation represents young Koreans in their twenties and early thirties who find it extremely difficult to get full-time jobs.
Let us compare and contrast the styles of the Chinese and Jewish capitalists in championing the neoliberal dystopia.
The Japanese are not afraid of China. They do not share the historical memories of the Koreans, whose kings named themselves after the letter ‘loyalty’ and knelt before the Mongols.