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Thursday, June 08, 2006

trackback from Blue House

I removed the Haloscan trackback from the post footer some time ago, as no trackbacks seemed to be sent, and I wanted to keep the footer in one line, to which it didn't fit. So I just checked my trackbacks after a long time, and found this interesting trackback ping from March 17, which goes back to an entry called 《1》 기적과 절망, 두 개의 대한민국 ("Miracle and desperation, two Koreas") in... 청와대 블로그, or Blue House blog, kept under the auspices of Roh Moo-hyun, the president of the Republic of Korea. The entry to which the trackback is linked is about the polarization of the Korean society, a topic which I have treated every now and then. Funny thing is that I have no idea to which entry this trackback is sent, and I have no idea whether some Blue House staff blogger has really sent the trackback or someone's been able to do a prank, but an interesting episode anyway.

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<Anonymous oranckay> said on 16.6.06 : 

Wasn't me.

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