Nandor and Ddongchimi separated at birth?

, posted: 27-May-2006 14:46

I was reading Computerworld a couple of weeks ago, and saw a picture of Nandor Tanczos, the Greens rastafarian member of parliament, that seemed familiar for some reason. Nandor has long dreadlocks that he piles up on his head for special occasions.

Nandor Tanczos

So I googled and I googled, and googled some more. It took a dog's age, but I finally found Dalki, a Korean site that I'm not too sure what it's all about but it seems to be a children's thingy. On that site, there's a character called Ddongchimi.


Without getting into unnecessary detail, that's not a chocolate hat Ddongchimi is wearing.


Are there any Korean readers on Geekzone who could explain Dalki to me, and if Ddongchimi inspired Nandor's hairstyle, or vice versa?

Update A person on the intarweb pointed me to the Ladoo Shop after seeing this page. Not sure if it explains anything as such, but barfi me sideways, here it is:

Update II Thanks to Suddenly Susan's blog I have more information as to Mr Ddongchimi and Dalki. Still won't pretend I understand it though.

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