I’ve noticed this many times and let me know if you have as well. It’s quite frequent that Koreans get into fights at Korean clubs. Alcohol, bad searing Korean temper, pride, and jealousy are all contributing factors that compel Koreans to battle it out with other Koreans. This is quite nice for me because this is where I and others try to sneak out without paying. I am not paying $100 for a plate of staled fruit. And as soon as this happens, I look for the exit amidst all the chaos and violence. At any rate, the thing I noticed is that Asians and Koreans never get into fights against other non-Asians in non-Asian clubs. Why? It’s almost as if they back down or are just too passive. But the most trite and trivial things can set off a fight amongst Koreans in a Korean/Asian club. I almost got into a fight because my dancing was too good for them. What gives? I can move yes…and I can flow. If you Asian brothers can’t handle that, then we can battle it out on the dance floor rather than clock and blind side me. But I’ve never seen Asians get into fights with Blacks or Whites. Are they intimidated? Are they just passive? Do they have that much anger towards other Asians? There was a time when I used to frequent Korean clubs and there’d be fights every time I go, guaranteed. And it was always Koreans squabbling with other Koreans over the stupidest things. And I’m sure these same trivial things occur in non-Asian clubs but do the Asians there get into fights? No… hardly ever. Why?