On calls for greater transparency over rents at West Kowloon arts hub: Greg Carton - It's supposed to be a cultural district. So, yeah, you pay a premium to have a private wedding. On the other hand, an actual arts festival should be encouraged. You can't compare these two disparate types of events. Deb Lindsay - If event organisers had to pay out HK$10 million for renting out the cultural district, there would never be any events there that the general public of Hong Kong could afford to attend. As it was, thousands of Hong Kong people enjoyed an amazing weekend [Clockenflap] at affordable ticket prices. If lawmakers want transparency, what about looking closer at why that HK$21 billion of taxpayers' money isn't being spent on more events as good as this one! On the claim that Korean culture is storming the world: Marcus H. Langston - It's a one-hit wonder, not exactly "Korean culture storming the world". Hopefully everyone is so sick of it [ Gangnam Style ] by now that it will die quickly. Yi Long - I love Korean movies. Sadly, too often they get butchered when they get a Western release. Patrick Shu Wing-lee - The world is getting crazy. Some people are going mad for having too much stress and pressure everywhere. No wonder such a culture can become popular. On the prediction HK home prices will fall by 20 per cent: Sean Niem - This will not happen as long as HK$ is pegged to US$. Gareth Jones - It happened before - it will happen again. Hong Kong's comfort zone, Chinese or Western, is not as comprehensive or secure as many believe.