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  1. @ESLBarry
    @ESLBarry December 10, 2012 at 8:38 am .

    [email protected]: New post: … In Which America Learns Something Interesting about Psy (and South Korea) http://t.co/K8DMhiVt”

  2. @arthurwyatt
    @arthurwyatt December 10, 2012 at 3:21 pm .

    @phirephoenix apparently its a particular thing in South Korea? http://t.co/vONo9v1p

  3. @KingSejong
    @KingSejong December 12, 2012 at 7:55 am .

    … In Which America Learns Something Interesting about Psy (and South Korea): http://t.co/X74EkXTc

  4. Jujube
    Jujube December 13, 2012 at 12:31 pm . Reply

    Psy actually wrote the lyrics. Does psy realize that if everyone dodged the military like he did, korea would really need more Americsn troops?

  5. jujube
    jujube December 14, 2012 at 1:57 am . Reply

    Dear Gordsellar,

    Regarding Psy writing the anti-American lyrics, it was said by The Korean in AskaKorean blogspot. He stated that he has the N.E.X.T. CD and the CD jacket states that Psy actually wrote the lyrics to that song (even though N.E.X.T. was the first to perform it). I think the Western media has no idea about this because everyone is reporting that Psy only sang someone else’s song.

    As for the line of questioning for Psy, I would like to add the following: Mr. Psy, you don’t want American troops in Korea and yet you didn’t perform your mandatory military service. So who do you think should be guarding the DMZ and in case of an attack by North Korea, who do you think will be equipped to fight for South Korea?

    The only solution to the problem you bring up is for the Korean government to pay a lot of money to Koreans to voluntarily enlist. And the government is unwilling to do that.

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