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The Best of Konglish Corner '98
Here's some Konglish that I remember when I lived in Seoul (I'm not making this up): On my way to the Immigration office in Mok-dong, I remember seeing a sign out of the bus window every time I went to get my visa renewed: Brest Bakery -- Baked Flesh Daily. This, of course, was always the perfect follow-up to one of my favorite favorite spots in Shinchon-dong: The Flush Coffee Shop. 
Jonathan Aubrey <aubs@sover.net>
- Monday, June 01, 1998 at 11:41:53 (JST)
A Teacher's Day Special: I received a great note from one of my favorite students..."on the bottom of her heart"
Jeff <jeff@pusanweb.com>
- Saturday, May 16, 1998 at 00:39:28 (JST) 

submitted by W.P Schwartz 
- from a warning sign on a hiking trail  'Keep you alive!' 

On a hand-lettered sign promoting a student Bible study club at Dong-Eui Junior College: "Praise the Load!" 
Rolf P. <rolf@detc.dongeui-tc.ac.kr
- Friday, March 13, 1998 at 21:29:01 (JST) 
One of my all time favorites! This is on the takeout bag of a fastfood joint called Tigon House. Check out these chestnuts! "'Tigon House' Itself is our own original bland It deals with almost all kinds of fastfood menu and it is getting fast popularity among all ages with its wonderful taste and quality. we provide about 20 kinds of high class Italian ice cream and delicious fried chicken imported from the US as finished food. And of course the pizza which is made on the spot with professional cuisine. It is especially loved by childeren and teenagers as anourishing snack 'Tigon House. the close friend of yours, will implant a vision and hope to you, always."
David Gramble <dgamble@ilos.net>
- Sunday, April 05, 1998 at 15:25:47 (JST) 

From a T-shirt JUST CAN'T THRILL THE HOLE OF MY SONIC LOVE
Andrew Koch  <kocha@mscd.edu>
  - Sunday, April 12, 1998 at 14:41:53 (JST)

Seen at a Fall Harvest Festival in 1992 or 1993. "Traditional Korean Fork Dance".
Marc Bridges <jbridges@sunnynet.or.jp>
- Sunday, April 12, 1998 at 18:42:33 (JST)