The best thing about living in Korea

DurfBarian

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Yeah, the whole "tiny shorts with over-the-knee tights" look is big in Japan these days, too. Can't say I'm complaining about it. :badteeth:
 

Dondrei

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I would've thought it's the fact that no matter how many people are in front of you, your view is never obstructed.
 

Yaboosh

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You know dondrei, you are always talking crap about other people's bad and cliche jokes and then you let that one rip.
 

Yossarian

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Sorry for the OT, but what range of speeds are available for internet connections in Korea? I am very curious.
Almost everyone here is on highspeed connections. I'm honestly not even sure if you can order dialup anymore. ADSL is fairly standard although I like my home cable connnection a little more as I find it a bit faster and more stable. If you don't have interent at home you can go a "PC Room" and use a computer there for about a $1.50 an hour. They are everywhere.



 

Dondrei

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I heard that in Japan more houses have high speed broadband than have hot water, or something absurd like that.
 

DurfBarian

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That would be a lie. There are surprisingly high percentages of homes that aren't hooked up to public gas and sewage, respectively, but I don't know that either of those percentages come close to the percentage of homes that aren't wired for xdsl/cable/fttp.
 
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