● On 8/21 in Odaiba in front of Fuji TV's headquarters, hundreds gathered to protest its overemphasis of the Korean Wave. This "Anti-Hallyu" protest was the second, and was mostly borne from Internet communications.
The Korean Wave isn't much here in China. There aren't many idiots here.
In China, those interested in the Korean Wave are idiots born in the 1980s. I'm not saying all people born in the 80s are idiots, but just a few morons. I wonder how many people born in the 90s like the Korean Wave?
Now, if you make a thread about Korea, you'll be scorned and the thread won't rise. Of course, girls who like Korean dramas are out there. But, just like males who like pornography, one one hand they like it, on the other, they scorn it.
In China, not only is it the anti-Korean Wave that's important, but the anti-American wave as well.
Why are people tortured by having another country's culture in their own?
There are so many Chinese that even though the ratio is small, Korean-influenced people are definitely in China.
There are no children of Chinese who are interested in the Korean Wave. But there are those who have fallen for Ultra Man and Ikkyusan. (original translator's note: for some reason Ikkyusan is still popular in China).
It is not necessary for everyone to become anti-Korean Wave. Our society needs to be pluralistc. That being said, if I can say one thing, it's that the Korean Wave is more of a Cold Wave (translator's note: Kanryu (Cold Wave) is a play on Hanryu (Korean Wave)). It will never become the mainstream.
Translation - koutaishi
I edited out the ones that seemed to have nothing to do with the topic/Japan. interesting, I would've thought Chinese netizens would've been more audacious with their comments.