A nice quote.
I'd like to rename Republic of Korea to Korean Republic of Asia and so use the new term Asians to address the people in KRA.
You know, the biggest opposition to the new term will come from North Korea because it's the closest. The next biggest opposing nations will be China and Japan.
Similarly, Canada and Mexico in general can't much approve the use of "Americans" to call the citizens of the United States of America.
I'm a South Korean national and an Oriental, both in blood and culture. I try to use terms like North Americans, Americas, the United States, Latin Americans, consciously to address what I think to be appropriate subjects. There are just too many Americans who don't live in the United States of America just as there are too many Asians who don't live in the Republic of Korea which is South Korea. The first is tolerated by the rest of the world and the other Americans living in Brazil and Mexico becaues the United States of America has a power that's larger than the rest of the Americas but the second cannot be possibly tolerated by the rest of Asians because South Korea not only occupies just 0.02% of the surface of the Earth and 0.2% of Asian surface, but also represents only a little percentage of Asian firepower and GDP. I often read the statistics to see the changes in population and average income among others in the 200 countries of the world mainly from South Korean and US sources. Countries like Nigeria, Iran, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, the Philippines, Vietnam, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and several others have population of nearly 100 million to around 200 million for each and they are all rapidly increasing their population. None of them is as powerful as the State of California in the United States of America which has only about the same people as the "Greater" Seoul or Shanghai. When I post things like that, some people reply that the US can kill all people in the rest of the world with their bombs as if this were all just a race of genocide.