17 Burst results for "Seoul Korea"
"seoul korea" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"What? That is. It's mood at Jay's and onions, okay? I'll fuck with that. And then from Canada from Israel north are they really getting good like actual Gouda cheese. Mcdonald's. I look. All right. We'll make it hot for the okay? Styles. I don't know, man. They when they started buying a apples for their salad. They became the number one purchaser of apples in the world. Oh, really? Yeah. Oh. So I mean, sometimes they have to buy real ingredients cherry remodel. Face Mott's, shouted the gutter. To fucking make a killing. And then another one tomato mozzarella chicken sandwich, grilled or crispy sliced tomatoes. Herbs sauce, creamy mozzarella cheese onions and lettuce. I mean that that sounds great that standard. I really just for the name like grand mic, extreme bacon. Burger. Yeah. I'm sure it was called uncle SAM's, grandma, extreme baking, and guess what sounds good literally everything Donald his ever made it sound good. Yeah. But then you get there. And you're like, all right. Mcdonald's made it it will lab next to a them breeding mice with ears on their backs. Right. Those which are delicious if he's tried them. They're so fucking good. With a little moth. Some tomato tomato. I do believe. However that the Stroup will often mcflurry is unfunny coupable yet looks impossible to fuck up Carmel. Yeah, cookie. Yeah. Vanilla ice cream yet. Waffle. Gimme that fine. Put it in my mouth, suddenly it was like an turmeric. Should be like, my the thing that I would have expected from like a European country would be like a black liquorice mcflurry, right? They the rice off of McSherry. We were in Seoul Korea one year for my girlfriend's birthday. My brother was getting married, but it was also just happened to me my bro-. My girlfriend's birthday nearing the end of the trip. And it's it's more difficult than a lot of countries to eat food to figure out what you're doing in Seoul. And so it's it was a little trying sometimes then on a birthday in the morning. I took her surprise to McDonald's. Yeah. We need a break in there. And I did not I recognized every single dish. There wasn't anything there that wasn't like in an American McDonald's. Oh, really? Yeah. I don't. Yeah. There was nothing. I wonder if it's because Korean food is so different from anything that would be on the McDonald's menu that they're like, we're not even gonna fuck with this like, we're not what are we hooked kimchi on the menu like McDonald's serve served kimchi. Hold onto your butts cream McDonald's. They got some they got some for you got the sauce you ever get all spicy chicken. Oh breakfast law..
"seoul korea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The MC five and rock that was Cooper was based there. Bob Seeger was based there Eminem today. Kid rock today. Yeah. It's it's one of those towns man, I want to ask you a question. Why did you ask me or surprised was a big music fan? Just trying to get to know. You don't take it personally. I think every person is a big music fan in mind. I don't I don't I feel that every person loves music. I think if you don't love music, there's actually something wrong with I've never met a person who doesn't like music because think of all the emotion tied into music. But that's what I'm saying. I feel that every person has whether what they like is different from what you like. But every person loves music, right? But I know people who don't like who don't to me music's my go-to besides your burning off to New Mexico or something to the schools location. Music's might go to to relax. Yeah. Yeah. You go to a place. I go to a place. Yeah. That's what most people do. I would think almost everybody would have that place. Whether it be just music like sounds of you know. Calming music. It doesn't have to have words. Music without lyrics. I mean, I mean when I say, I like, all it truly is everything. Hip hop and rap I just can't get into the hip hop and rap, but I can I can I could go to the Metropolitan Opera. I could go to the Boston symphony, and I could go to red rocks. Yeah. I could go to the grizzly rose. And I'm happy I'm pretty similar to you except for the country. I appreciate it. But I do appreciate it your from Oklahoma. I'm from Detroit. Michael though, I love country. You know, you do. From Seoul Korea. Did that happen countries might number one? And then it would be hard rock. That's amazing. Let's check some traffic here. We'll come back with.
"seoul korea" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"It's like, I'm so high up, you know, I was so terrified of turbulence, you don't like, when's the chase sh. Like old plan rights, I got it used to because I vote sixteen hours or something like that from Thailand to south East Asia as salt, Korean Seoul, Korea to here in. So I got used to it and let airplane food. I'm going back to the coal mine. Yeah, right. This is terrible and healthy food. Like, what is that about type prison. All I the vegetables and like Brown rice. I'm like, are you kidding me? But what's not even because I hate this. Yeah, give it some good stuff. You know oily dripping oils, right? Like like the internet, we have panda dripping with like Wilson. Oh, like chipping with fat, and. Oh, I know. And then I didn't even imagine doing a plan or even coming to America. You know, unlike as I step off the plane, I felt this trench filling seven known before it safety like OS finally safe and didn't hide anymore. What does safety feel like like if you could describe it, how would you describe it? Like feeling star relaxed in every single part of your body muscles, you know, it's like relaxed, you know, and like you can breathe, you know, like you can breath air. You know, I used to breath like fear in ice debris, like fearing China because every single breasts that I'm taking, it's a fear because I'm afraid of getting caught and afraid of being bitten, you know, fed of being taken away and all. But finally like breathing. Air like a normal air. Right. And I feel that. I feel like like a safety in the air. You know what I mean? Like like like, I don't need to hide anymore. You know, I don't need to be afraid of of men anymore. I don't need to be afraid of something. I don't need to fear anything because I'm protected. What was the first immigrating from another country's hard, but you're basically immigrating to the twenty first century from North Korea? Yeah. I mean, it was like time warp. Yeah, right for me was like getting into getting into like Peng machine because a lot of transistors getting into like time machine, fast, forwarding fifty years, seventy years. You know, where is like there's technology like phone. There's computer. There's screen there is like there's Rhone. There's like camera and everything like. It's it's really unique experience. It's it's mind blowing and mind blowing experience to have all those kind of technology in my hand, and I don't know what to do with it. Like is this eating thing? Is food? Is this something that you we are? You know, is this meeting that like something with that? You know, I don't know what I'm doing with it. But the most thing that I like I had a first smartphone doesn't twelve since I got here, my smartphone, something galaxy s two, I think. And I remember looking through that phone, you know, it's so it's a small TV you know, it's a small television has more than one more than one channel. It's like a twenty four hour eight. Oh, like it has a YouTube, you know? And yeah, notary. We only have a one channel which is like -education broadcasting, you know, like a brainwash propaganda. For like more than one channel like a soul distract watching. Like I'm like a cat. You know? I'm like five years. Old kid Will Smith. Yeah, most myth cliffs on like watching all those family guy. Oh, what's that? Morty Rigamonti cycle by family guy. American dad. I spy Weiss favor. Riggan dad. Did you like? I know you had seen movies, but I'm sure a lot of that was new. Yeah. Was that did you understand it? I understand anything by this is like the main characters characters are how they act, you know? And I didn't understand like anything like two years later, you know, and then like I can speak, you know, and then, yeah, because you didn't speak English. I didn't speak any like only thing that I could say. Thank you and like two years later, like like my era, site will printing. I can't understand you and all I, it's, it's a magical moment and they're like somehow like, I'm not a faded. I speak anymore because I was always shy. You know, like if I start a spic something like my face turn red, I couldn't say anything, but I understand like a better, you know, and like movies like become like my friend, you know, because like I understand and..
"seoul korea" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"With the dictator. Of North Korea Trump kinda surprised a lot of people and said yeah we'll call off those joint military exercises with South Korea just disliked. That he didn't do that today with Putin and Putin wants us to. Call off planned war games with NATO and Trump didn't do that today So I can go down a long list of things that Trump did not do today that would have made Putin very very happy When I deal and I've I've been an. Elected official and I've lived in, Seoul Korea And when I have been with the. Parking lot, level of a pond thinking the last is doing with, him That's deep as they get is, a, parking lot level of of water Okay If you haven't heard that one. Before On the parking lot level of water Let's go to Brennan. In round rock. Our you. Brennan welcome guys Well here's, my question why, should. Trump offer full throated endorsement Soviet intelligence committee humidity they've done two things in the last four. Days undermine this. Very conference They arrested a Russian spy. Apparently today I mean it? Is they knew that this person was a spy then they knew five days ago. They'll know tomorrow they'll? Know what next week why did they choose today and.
"seoul korea" Discussed on No Agenda
"The vice minister did stress that north korea would not launch a preemptive strike unless it felt a real threat of attack from the united states tomorrow is a major holiday here in north korea and there is some concern that the country might use the opportunity to launch new missiles or conduct a nuclear test than fritzy chongqing thanks so what do you think the just presuming for a moment that this is tactically smart what do you think the game plan is with north korea the game plan from whose perspective trump well he definitely is not gonna do anything because mattis of all people today showed him back off as much as possible because they know they north korea has the the upper hand twenty million people in seoul korea right and our and our military base would just be it would be a mess yeah and they could do it and they would do it again they keep preparing for but it seems to me as we go back we've talked about this for years it seems as if the north koreans are just kind of playing different kinds of games because the guy said if the reporter that cbs actually npr gang which to me was a breakthrough i never saw sky roaming around before but he's over there and he speaks korean and so he's the goto guy he says they're prepared for peace well that's that was that's what donna's told us i mean we've we've heard that that's all they want they just want armas yes but it's gonna be.
"seoul korea" Discussed on Connect FM
"United states its biggest taxes are coming down i went up i gave a talk in seoul korea where defending the trump economic and foreign policy and afterwards i had a meeting swell among the many participants in his international group was former prime minister from belgium who came up to me and kind of condescendingly said well dr fuller the united states would only repeal the tax cuts than we could harmonize our economic policy much better between europe and the united states which means they want higher taxes right higher tax much lower growth rates it just absolutely going the wrong way so we should we should disadvantage ourselves in order to kind of have a level playing field with europe so when you were over there in asia in those countries like taiwan and korea is the attitude of the people that you met are they protrump are they worried about trump i mean obviously they're worried somewhat about these you know tariffs that trump has talked about but it sounds like you're saying that the business people look at america as a place you want to invest in oh gosh everybody wants to put their capitol hill here because they know that this is not only the last safe harbor rewrite around the world for capital but beyond that now all of a sudden it's an attractive place to put capital and you mentioned yesterday when we had our discussion about the impact of the the tax bill about how wrong you were when you.
"seoul korea" Discussed on WSB-AM
"What could happen here i'm not accepting the fact that it's not possible to get denuclearization i mean i know muslim the history supports that contention because the kim dynasty has always lied and manipulated us in negotiations to to their favor and mainly to get concessions but i do think there is a opportunity here and a possibility that this thing could end very favorably i'm not going to be pollyannish about it i'm i'm fully aware of who these guys are and so as president trump and he's very clear eyed about it but i do think that there is the potential for opening here and we should not dismiss that and and this think about what's happening here with the armistice being signed the armistice gets sign as they indicated by the end of the year why did those armies have to be facing each other like they do the north korean army is on the board at most of the south korean armies on the border armies these are two of the largest armies in the world why are they still doing that if there's a peachtree enormous this that gives them the opportunity to away from the border north and south right and it gives them a begins to change the entire dynamic but but tim joe is no fool he he initiated because of the pressure he initiated this the diplomatic blitz that's been going on since the olympics and the president saying yes the president evidently stunned him by saying yes even like beat his advisors to the punch no i don't see it as a win for them i i see it as a win for the entire peninsula you know if we signed an end to the war we have a peach tree and we can pull back those military's we reduce reduce significantly the opportunity to have a war over a flash point because then what would have to happen before you had a war would be a major troop deployments right now all you have to do with the kim jong has to do is tell us artillery to fire still already they're they're in underground tunnels this fifteen fifteen hundred pieces of artillery and rockets that are sitting on the border just miles away from seoul korea and only has to do is give an order to fire united states ample opportunity and and south korea to respond to it.
"seoul korea" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Heavily flack right some of it with radar directed fifty seven millimeters and then we have the ground troops shooting straight up into the air in case they get lucky but they're coming in its stall speed over a tunnel maybe there are thousand feet off the ground and they're just hanging there over the tunnel to drop the bomb is that what they're doing well actually flying towards the side of the mountain because that's obviously why these tunnels are they're trying to lob that bomb and then trying to pull up and away before they hit the side of the cliff toko what also didn't make it into toko ri where the dam busters now this is a very famous story that the british the raf came with a way of breaking the ruhr valley dams there were two of them by skipping a huge bomb across the water like you skip a rock into the side of the dam realizing that it would create pressure that would force the dam breach the dam at worked in nineteen forty three they develop the same thing for the won dam floodgates why david what was the problem well they didn't quite develop the same thing the problem was that the communist this is at the time when the the battle is raging back and forth over control of of seoul korea but the communist control the floodgates of the watch on damn and they could use them to either make it easier to invade south or to release water and make it make it more difficult for the allied forces to attack to the north so the the the enemy had control of the water up river.
"seoul korea" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The morning i'm john trout tonight at eight thirty pm eastern time that'll be nine thirty am in seoul korea for the first time ever a north korean leader is expected to make a giant leap in history with that story will ripley who's covered the region extensively files this report kim jong un will be the first north korean leader to cross the military demarcation line and set foot in the south but that historic summit on friday between south korean president moon jae any kim jong un has a bigger purpose they're gonna talk about peace on the peninsula they're also trying to set the stage for the upcoming summit between president trump and came jong on which would be the first time that a sitting us president sits down with the north korean leader a lot of analysts are saying that even though president trump is speaking favorably right now about kim jong un saying he has been acting with honor that they're making good progress they say trump needs to be careful here because they say the north koreans have a track record of getting around the agreements that are reached and still continuing to grow their nuclear program you think back to nineteen ninety four and the framework that was negotiated with the clinton administration yes north korea dismantled some of its nuclear facilities they destroyed some of their weapons and yet secretly we now know they were enriching uranium of course they would say that the united states didn't fulfil its own commitments they were late delivering heavy fuel shipments in two lightwater reactors that were promised to the north koreans were never bill so there's a real lack of trust right now that both sides will need to overcome going into this and the key analysts say is that north korea agrees to take steps they can be verified by international inspections if denuclearization can go from just talk to reality i'm will ripley reporting in seoul south korea in sports lebron james nailed a three pointer at the buzzer to give the cleveland cavaliers a ninety eight ninety five win over indiana and a three games to two lead in the nba's eastern conference quarterfinals the nba's top seeded houston rockets had no trouble closing out their western conference quarterfinal series in a one twenty to one zero four win over minnesota the oklahoma city thunder stayed alive in the nba's western conference quarterfinals with a one oh seven ninety nine win over utah and the eastern conference quarterfinals with.
"seoul korea" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Forty one were in the white house and it was after the olympics in seoul korea and i got invited and you're on a receiving line and she has no idea who i am and i have no idea how it got there i later found out that my friend mark is roddy whose wife was marlin fitzwater 's sisterinlaw in other words markaz rodney's wife was the sister of marlin fitzwater wife and so he got me i never knew this how i got an invite and i got there and it was the the president at the time of south korea that was the way there was always one media person invited to a white house state dinner is the total thrill of my life to go to this and on the receiving line by the time you get to the fourth person on the receiving line i guess she was the third person on whatever it was but my name had been announced by moore green to the president and by the time it got to barbara bush she said oh mr porter hauser so so i am writing a column allegedly humor column in the washington post at that time and i describe how she said mr port hauser so nice to meet you and i got a signed photo by george and barbara bush within a week and a half said to tony port house that was so great i mean so and i felt this way about george bush and i think most people did and i've had the pleasure of knowing playing golf with with one of sons but i just everyone said he's the nicest guy he's just the nicest guy he wrote a billion notes tori.
"seoul korea" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Half and when it breaks i'm michael rose your live from the kfi 24hour newsroom classes are back in session it's sippers college cyprus college which shut down for the morning because of a violent threat made by a former student college spokesman mark pose nurses the cyprus police department let the school know what was up my conversation between had their leadership in our leadership were was such dead this was a very credible threat to us cyprus police now say there was no credible threat the man's family called police last night to say the man threatened to shoot up a school not cyprus college specifically n kill himself then has been detained for mental health evaluations two kids have been killed in a crash in new york firefighters were called today to a neighborhood in brooklyn where they treaty multiple people the driver has been arrested north care a korean leader kim jong un has hosted a dinner for a small delegation from south korea abc's julie mcfarland's says it's the first time the un has met officials from seoul since he took office our own has met officials in seoul from seoul since he took office in 2011 an official from the south korean delegation told reporters at a press briefing that the key aim for the talks was denuclearization he added that the talks would also cover ways to possibly restart dialogue between north korea and the united states tensions have eased between north and south korea since the country sent joint teams to the recent winter olympics and a russian senators turning heads on twitter because of her hair style the politicians perfectly quaffed cuts look as if the senators wearing a hat twitter's love it see the hat like hair style a kfi am 640 keyword russia for change.
"seoul korea" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"What's going to happen tonight so as a how many told them it was 10 total nights was that the episode where they're talking about right hold at all costs documentary and the story uh there was a lot of activity on that he'll in april on may but it was leading up to this june thing where they committed an entire division uh which is basically the same as an american vet three infantry regiments and they were just annihilated are just totally dismantle it was hard to bigger take could keep on coming but they did just kept on countering did you ever crossed the minds of the americans that okay we've got a wonderful hold at all cost but we just got we can't we got we we can't lose any more we got to give it up we got a retreat somewhat did that come up short i guess sanctions saying this was my understanding after the truce was signed that we were holding a bunch the americans an and the united nations were holding several outposts there really were not worth holding and somebody in a higher levels the cited to let him go no use fight normally use losing a lot of men over this saying there's no value to so after we've lost a lot of guys got down to the point where they had the whole outpost her outpost terry was about forty to fifty miles north of seoul korea and it in that area it was the highest elevation of all the hills around it the chinese knew that we knew that and that's why they hold it all this he'll mental law had been taken that he'll and maybe two or three others around it they were had complete control all the way to seoul korea and in my opinion the war would never they were at the.
"seoul korea" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Number seven can fly through these ago story at 6 yep uh go to a terrific movie casey affleck died from comes back as like ghost with a sheet over his head and into very very crazy vote motheroffive low there is the movie that everybody hated that i loved uh with the uh of a jennifer uh while blanking on her named out of a value the're announced he's movie uh at lawrence jennifer lawrence uh in and out of europe are damn insane movie that everybody hated but i think it's one of the best of the year uh three billboards four obviously baby driver it three one of my favorite movies of the year by far i put it might as well just a cool stylistic funky great movie great story great stars in uh kevin spacey's boy phantom threaded to this is out this weekend elven wide this week at it's been out for a couple of weeks it opens wide this weekend daniel day lewis is amazing in it it is weird and wonderful and if we if you see it eat this is the kind of movie that i like as a romantic film because it's really twisted and sick hard to believe you america all the time i loved this movie it's a tremendous fell colossal remember one colossal number one and hathaway um uh plays an alcoholic who goes back to a small town if you're getting kicked out of her uh boyfriends house she goes there can small town and encounters ruled friends and realized is that when she gets drunk and watched through park a giant godzillalike monster appears over seoul korea and destroys the city yeah um and it is not only really great original movie with one of.
"seoul korea" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Here america's morning news brings you tuesday's election results we will we will not allow american cities trivia threat with the structure we will not be intimidated president donald trump addresses the south korean parliament in seoul korea that on his eps blamed plane last night said wanted go there in the process of looking at the phone unfortunately at this point in time we are unable to get into that phone with the fbi's unable to access the texas shooter cell phone passcode these stories and more for wednesday's november eight two thousand seventeen on america's morning news president donald trump addressed the south korean parliament in seoul today describing his visit as an honor to celebrate the long friendship between the united states and the republic of korea it has been both our pleasure and our other to create and celebrate a long friendship between the united states and the republic of korea this alliance between our nations was forged the crucible of war and strengthened by the trials of history from the inchon landings to fourth shop pale american and south korean soldiers have fought together sacrifice together and triumphed together the president painted a dark picture of what he called the prison state of north korea korean miracle extent is exactly as far as the armies of free asians advanced in nineteen fifty three twenty five miles to the north there stops it all comes to an end de stop the flourishing and this and that prisons state of north korea sadly began workers in north korea labor grueling hours in unbearable conditions for almost no pay recently the entire working population should was order to work for seventy days straight or else pay for it day of rest families live in homes without plumbing and fewer than half heavy like this parents bright features in out said saving their sons.
"seoul korea" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"With srn news i'm rhonda roster of president trump scheduled to speak at an outdoor event in warsaw thursday before leaving for hamburg germany in a national meeting with chancellor angela merkel the president will attend g twenty summit on friday and meet with russian president putin south korean warplanes nee ships fired a barrage of missiles into the waters during one day drills aimed at boosting a readiness against possible north korean aggression the drills were previously scheduled but they occurred two days after north korea tests launched its first icbm south korea's navy says the drills involved fifteen warships plus helicopters and fighter jets of magnitude five my point eight if quakehit western montana early thursday the shaker struck about six miles southeast of lincoln and was felt as far away as helena and federal prosecutors say hobby lobby stores as agreed to pay a threemilliondollar federal fine and fourfifths of ancient iraqi artifacts smuggled from the middle east illegally this is srn news hugh hewitt sees north korea as a real threat to your wake it up they think in a war in korea freely they chose guns not putter there people are starving it's a prison camp of the state run by lunatics was returned to be in seoul korea and it's not stare taught it's the real deal is the real deal worth at the real deal situation the hugh hewitt show overnight at midnight pray before my job three on six ninety the answer the finding great candidates to hire can be well like trying to find a needle in a haystack sure you can post your job to some job board but then all you can do is hope the right person comes along which is why you should try ziprecruiter ziprecruiter is different it doesn't depend on candidates finding you it finds them with its powerful technology ziprecruiter distributes your job everywhere it needs to be to find the right candidates in fact over 80 percent of jobs on ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate in just one day so while other companies might deliver a lot of hay only ziprecruiter finds you what you're looking for the needle in the haystack.
"seoul korea" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Appreciate that uh my course of action would be a one more time with china either get on the page or get off the page but this is what we're going to do coordinate with south korea you are keeper japan in the loop and everything that gets above twenty feet high off the off the deck in that country good shot down until you get started throwing things up you know at the bit you never know with a guy to see i'm no military strategist if it were me i wouldn't let anything get third get more than a mile high off the deck in that country but then again that may just be your meal that may just provoke this nut into the firing on south korea then you're in a full blown more and i'm not exactly sure where are you go from there as i said seoul korea's got twenty five million people in it and it's like thirty gave 48 something it's less than fifty miles from the dmz so it yeah they're sleeping with one eye open when you've got a nutjob like the would be different men are even hate singh innis would be different if it were just a regular communist regime y'all with a with a day a dictator that doesn't like uh the doesn't like democracy but the you've you've you've taken this another step or two because you've got a crazy man in charge amina you know putin being what he is is bad enough with this guy is just full blown out the lunch i don't i i don't know what you do with this guy um but whatever you do you have to be very very careful because like i said our allies of the south koreans i mean they're the the basically a stone's throw from the dmz and he you know he's got all kinds bartell retrained on seoul career have you back you weigh twenty five million people at the drop of the hat i i don't know the you can uh in it's not just soul what's other other cities and and and i luck something's going to be done and something's going to be done pretty soon it's going to have to be that's going to have to be uh because of it's not uh this thing could blow itself up into one of the.
"seoul korea" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Which is the main financial and investment banking district in seoul korea and if anybody out there knows how to actually pronounce the city please feel free sent us a letter and we applaud you for butchering your hometown if that's where you're from we i mean no harm what's next we had a big weekend in in space yeah now in finally get to the double header so did you see any space x activity this week i did i watched a yesterday's live launch of the iridium next constellation yes a satellites 11 th through twenty two nasdaq loyd second launch this weekend that's correct on friday they launched bulgaria sat which was supposed to go off last weekend than from florida but they had a problem with the valve on the fearing cover of the satellite at own i know it brother and sense it's cutting we didn't fly back to florida to see that good thing and so double header bulgaria sat one i bulgarian satellite launched on a reused falcon nine so this was the second reused falcon nine to go up and you know what's interesting what's interesting it was launched on the same falcon nine booster that carried iridium one through ten so the bell gary in satellite win up on the first stage that carried the first ten iridium satellite from vandenberg in january as so adorable this is almost like trying to understand family three of your cousin is actually the mother of your you know is nothing like that it's just a couple of rockets ships now they're not using reef loan rockets as of yet.