Monday, February 27, 2006

Did You Know?

Apparently, "Jakarta" is also the Korean term for "The Perfect Crime". This gives a whole new (but not entirely unfamiliar) meaning to the city slogan "Enjoy Jakarta!"

9 comments:

enda said...

Waks serius?

di linknya ga ada keterangan ttg "jakarta" man

the fool said...

Ada di paragraf pertama, Nda: ...Do all these events happen by pure chance or someone really planning everything to commit "Jakarta?" Which mean: "The Perfect Crime."

snydez said...

jangan diiklanin di korea kalo gitu L)

vonEbenhaum said...

Ha ha ha ha ha!
Pretty amusing, indeed.

Well, actually it's 'Jakareuta'.... and if you ask me to translate it, it would become 'The Peurfect Crime'.

Hi hi hi.

serenity said...

Man, gue cuman mau numpang ketawa utk yang I'm so depressed - this is true dibawah..

...What a terrible TV show! Was it good for you, too?

*LOL*

the fool said...

Weheh, cukup menantang, snydez, mengingat Korea lagi jadi pangsa pasar utama wisata ke Indonesia tahun ini.

Sounds like a burping crime if you ask me, dear von.

Yes, kind of summarizes our sinetron experience, serenity.

orangcurhat said...

hmmm... baru tau jg tuh

umar said...

While in bahasa Indonesia, Korea means "a bunch of expats with slanted eyes who speak no Japanese nor Chinese and love to undress local women with their look"

farara said...

kereeeennnn...
ngga nyangka ada yang bisa begini..
Saya link boleh ya :)