Thursday, August 4, 2011

duh news of the week: korean edition

actual research was needed for these conclusions??

Korea’s typical CEO is in his 50s, is surnamed Kim, lives in Gangnam – Seoul’s most expensive neighborhood – and graduated from Seoul National, the country’s top-notch university, according to a report published on Tuesday by Korea Listed Companies Association.

He is also a Seoul native, majored in business management, and is likely to have founded the company he runs or is a member of a founding family. He goes to church on Sundays, and is most likely to be enjoying a round of golf in his spare time.

1 comment:

cold4thestreets said...

agreed. was hoping this survey would be a bit more probing. for instance, where on his list of favorite american television programs would the typical korean ceo rank arl$$?

side note, what the fuck is arli$$?