A Chinese netizen uploaded this picture, claiming it shows a Hyundai dealership in Seoul which refuses to allow Chinese people to enter. The Chosun Ilbo has the photo and a Korean translation of what the netizen wrote. Hyundai denies that such a policy has ever been followed by any dealer in China or Korea.Shocking story, if it's true. But is it? Korea has its share of bigots, and plenty of foreign residents in Korea have been told when they called, say, a cellular phone service provider, "sorry, no foreigners," so it's plausible.
Dear Chinese tourists,
The displayed cars are all brand new. If you would like to take a look, please stand outside. Your entrance to our office will disturb our employees.
It’s also just as possible that the boss is so sick of effin’ Chinese and he couldn’t stand it anymore, so the racist fu¢k put up this sign.
When the Swedish furniture giant first opened here in 1999, it hoped locals would embrace its European brand of minimalism. A decade later, Beijingers have done just that. Perhaps too much.If you don't mind while I take the behavior of the people this ethnic group over there and apply it to some other co-ethnics over here, I think I may have figured out what's going on: Chinese tourists have been taking staycations at Hyundai dealerships.
Every weekend, thousands of looky-loos pour into the massive showroom to use the displays. Some hop into bed, slide under the covers and sneak a nap; others bring cameras and pose with the decor. Families while away the afternoon in the store for no other reason than to enjoy the air conditioning.