Anonymous asked in TravelAsia PacificKorea · 1 month ago

Is a mixed white-korean man superior to a complete Korean by blood, able to replace the King of Korea?

1 Answer

  • Andrew
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    There has never been a single shred of evidence presented to support the theory that people of any particular race or ethnicity are in some way superior to people of any other race or ethnicity. Ever. And Korea doesn't have a king or queen. The monarchy was abolished ages ago. Perhaps a better question might be "Would Koreans themselves find a man who is half-Korean, half-white to be superior to them?" And the answer would be: Absolutely not. Koreans look down on full-blooded Koreans who were raised overseas, never mind how they see people they consider to be half-breeds. 

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