At this point in the (young) history of our site, I would like to remind all users of the Be Nice policy that we have instituted on the site. This is of course a general policy that is germane to all sites in the Stack Exchange network.
The following is a summary of our policies. (Some of this is directly from the Be Nice page).
These guidelines may help:
Rudeness and belittling language are not okay. Your tone should match the way you'd talk in person with someone you respect and whom you want to respect you.
Be welcoming, be patient, and assume good intentions. Don't expect new users to know all the rules — they don't. And be patient while they learn. If you're here for help, make it as easy as possible for others to help you. Everyone here is volunteering, and no one responds well to demands for help.
Don't badger people endlessly if you disagree with their answer. (This gem comes from a discussion on the English Language Learners site, who cited it from somewhere else). Badgering includes commenting with repeated comments until the user changes an answer or question to your liking.
Don't insult someone's intelligence just because you speak Korean better than they do. If you find something disagreeable about a question or answer, leave a brief and pleasant comment on how you feel the question/answer could be improved. Do not just say something like "This is a bad answer. Please fix it." The best fix for an incorrect answer is to answer the question yourself. It is that easy. If you cannot answer the question yourself (or refuse to do so), then moving on to a different question is your best method of recourse.
Keep in mind that (most) users (including the mods) have a life outside of Korean.SE. If you make their life on Korean.SE a bad experience due to constant bickering, badgering, and general abrasiveness, they will just move on with their lives. Then we are out a user, which is bad for all involved.
If someone is being mean to you, report it and move on. Avoid getting in fights with people. In fact don't do it at all. There is no cause on Korean.SE that is worth becoming irate over.
Above all else, mind your own business. Seriously folks. The mods ain't your mamma. Don't make us separate you like bickering 2-year-olds.
Overall, I hope we can all get along here and find it within ourselves to be nice. It is regrettable that we need to preemptively place ourselves on record on this topic of being nice, but after a lengthy session of pondering, this seemed to be a necessary evil.
Thanks to all who continue to use this site with dignity and respect.