North Korea

  • Import

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    Jun 22, 2010 2:07 PM GMT
    If you've been watching the wold cup, you'll know that yesteday was a bad day to be north Korean...

    Do u think their players will fall into depression for failing to live up to their leaders expectations? Will they be safe when they return home?

    Alienated nations and people are so fascinating..
  • Bunjamon

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    Jun 22, 2010 2:50 PM GMT
    My North Korean classmate didn't show up to class today. icon_eek.gif I wonder if that's why.

    I doubt the players will be in any real physical danger upon their return to the DPRK but they were definitely carrying a lot of pressure on their shoulders, since this is the most positive exposure North Korea has gotten in a long time (as opposed to allegedly sinking South Korean ships and things...). It's really quite a shame they did so poorly, I think it would have been interesting to see them advance...
  • oursirpeace

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    Jun 22, 2010 3:13 PM GMT
    Their country should be damn proud of them being qualified in the first place, did they honestly expect they would win a match? China has tried over and over again with no luck which is so embarrassing considering soccer is probably the biggest sport there and tons of people play it.
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    Jun 22, 2010 3:14 PM GMT
    Import saidIf you've been watching the wold cup, you'll know that yesteday was a bad day to be north Korean...



    I think every day as a N. Korean sucks severely.
  • Bunjamon

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    Jun 22, 2010 3:19 PM GMT
    oursirpeace saidconsidering soccer is probably the biggest sport there and tons of people play it.


    Since when did China turn into Brazil? icon_confused.gif

  • cromi

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    Jun 22, 2010 5:37 PM GMT
    Import saidIf you've been watching the wold cup, you'll know that yesteday was a bad day to be north Korean...

    Do u think their players will fall into depression for failing to live up to their leaders expectations? Will they be safe when they return home?

    Alienated nations and people are so fascinating..



    kim jong-il will murder them... just kidding =)
    we are in the 21st century now and i dont think n.korean leaders will waste their time to punish them... and besides they are too busy making nuclear weapons. =
    plus sports to n.korea is not that important cause they are all about politics and military stuffs
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    Jun 22, 2010 6:20 PM GMT
    Import saidIf you've been watching the wold cup, you'll know that yesteday was a bad day to be north Korean...

    Do u think their players will fall into depression for failing to live up to their leaders expectations? Will they be safe when they return home?

    Alienated nations and people are so fascinating..


    It was a pleasure to watch someone finally kick some North Korean ass, I could probably watch the highlights one thousand times and still be able to laugh my ass off. Portugal didn't even look like they were putting up their best game. but merely having a spirit-raising rally against some amateur team XDD

    I can't say much for their safety when they return home, and they still have a match against Ivory Coast, which I hope the adversary won't play so nice to DPR as Brazil did. It's going to be an interesting match to watch - both countries are pretty desperate for a win with good scores to make it into the next round.

    Oh, and best of luck to South Korea for their game against Nigeria in... twelve minutes. Fighting!
  • oursirpeace

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    Jun 22, 2010 6:45 PM GMT
    Bunjamon said
    oursirpeace saidconsidering soccer is probably the biggest sport there and tons of people play it.


    Since when did China turn into Brazil? icon_confused.gif


    lol then what is the biggest sport in China? Basketball? Table tennis? Badminton?
  • Import

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    Jun 23, 2010 1:01 AM GMT
    I expect them to be forced into solitary confinement for about a month or so to repent for their performance. This will be followed by an intense training regiment, aided by genetic engineering, to help produce a team of super asians for Brazil '14. icon_lol.gif



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    Jun 23, 2010 1:06 AM GMT
    Import saidI expect them to be forced into solitary confinement for about a month or so to repent for their performance. This will be followed by an intense training regiment, aided by genetic engineering, to help produce a team of super asians for Brazil '14. icon_lol.gif






    Shit, what is the point of this thread? To make a mockery of this country where people are dying and people are forced to work in tough labor camps? WTF is wrong with you.
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    Jun 23, 2010 1:17 AM GMT
    They have brought shame and dishonor upon their entire country and the only way they can repent is to take their own lives...by firing squad.
  • Import

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    Jun 23, 2010 1:18 AM GMT
    Aggieboy said
    Import saidI expect them to be forced into solitary confinement for about a month or so to repent for their performance. This will be followed by an intense training regiment, aided by genetic engineering, to help produce a team of super asians for Brazil '14. icon_lol.gif






    Shit, what is the point of this thread? To make a mockery of this country where people are dying and people are forced to work in tough labor camps? WTF is wrong with you.


    oh lord..
    take the stick out of ur ass icon_rolleyes.gif

    people die everyday in unfortunate situations and under strange and weird cimcumstances.
    Don't get ur leotard in a bunch ..

    fact is the game between portugal and north korea was a murder. Surely, that had to have set sme type of record or something.
    Hard to imagine they would even have time for football, when basic survival is an issue.