Anyhow, getting to the theme of this article, I'm going to touch upon the fact that I've noticed that Flat Earth seems to have spread to the Korean world. In a previous article I shared some information from Korean researchers who were suggesting that older maps show things that contradict our official history. Some of this research (at least what I could understand of it) seemed to tally quite nicely with my own. However, from what I could tell it seemed that they weren't aware of the NASA space fakery topic, or the online flat earth revival.
In fact, I was tempted to leave a comment under one of the videos bringing these topics up, however I feared that, even with the help of Google Translate, things would get lost in translation. So I refrained. Interestingly though, when I viewed one of the most recent videos on the topic a few days ago, I noticed that there were actually some "flat earth" comments from Koreans under the video.
The video in question was this one; which discusses the idea that older maps depicted Antarctica quite differently to what is now the case.
[The video seems to have since disappeared from YouTube sadly]
One of the comments (you can see I've given it a thumbs up);
Having used Google Translate to read the comments I then decided to search "Flat Earth" ( 평지 ) in Hangul (the Korean alphabet) on YouTube to see what would come up. To my surprise there were quite a lot of videos. So I'm guessing the topic has taken off equally over there.
I've actually started trying to learn Hangul as well. Primarily so I can get a better grasp of the information these map revisionism videos are sharing (and also to sing along to Twice songs :) ).
I tried to mock up a Korean Photo? Or Painting image too. No doubt I've completely failed to convey the sentiment. Looks quite cool though.