And the fact that koreans make you look like that child with the football helmet on, slamming your face into a brick wall and giggling about it.
In S. Korea people cram into gaming houses to train non-stop. That doesn't happen too much in NA/EU which is why they have a much stronger playerbase than the rest of the world.
People aren't quite realizing that a lot of the best players who make decent coin off of sc2 sacrifice privacy and any sembalance of a normal life in order to have a CHANCE at making it big.
It's not easy, people who think sc2 is easy are completely delusional about their skill level - otherwise they'd be in the pro scene.