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Thursday, May 13, 2004

Ei parta pahoille kasva, turpajouhet joutaville

Donga Ilbo reports that many male entertainers are busy growing a beard. To me the results are not very remarkable yet compared to for example the parlamentarian Kang Ki-gap of Democratic Labor Party, or the musician Kim Tôk-su (Kim Duk-soo), who has as long as I know donned a well-trimmed goatee.
The bearded persons beginning from the upper left are Chông U-sông (Jeong Woo-seong), Yi Sông-jae (Lee Sung-jae), Kim Min-jun, Eric, Yi Tong-gôn, Kang Ki-gap, and Kim Duk-soo.

The title is a Finnish proverb saying that bad and worthless people cannot grow a beard.

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