US Ambassador To South Korea Shaves Controversial Mustache

  • Wearing a mask in South Korea’s summer heat prompted the American ambassador to South Korea to get rid of a signature part of his look, his mustache, The New York Times reports.

The facial hair had survived about two years of pushback from South Koreans, who viewed the mustache as a painful reminder of the style worn by colonial Japanese governors who ruled Korea from 1910 to 1945.

Harry B. Harris Jr. said he grew the mustache for his retirement as a Navy admiral and never meant any disrespect by the style of it.

But it wasn’t the pushback he received that led to its disappearance. He said he opted for a clean shave amid the rising summer temperatures.

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  1. Copy crow. We do not think its good on a jew. But the gentile has his face.

    Jews with mustaches are rude to Israel. Do not even look at one in minyan. Its dangerous.

    Cut by the clamor, we stay.


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