I don't know if people know but NoK Pokemon are actually not real in US. Apparently, and this is by the powers that may be, apparently you can't trade Korean Pokemon off the Korean ports onto the US or Japanese ports. They can be traded on GTS, but not NoK Pokemon mainly of the Classic Ribbon. I was given a warning on another site for offering a NoK Mew. This is the message in the trading forum rules:
7. All Nintendo of Korea Events are forbidden. (That includes NoK and Pikachu Cafe events)
Originally Posted by SkittyOnWailord
The reason being Korean games can't trade to other language game. Not via the union room or with FCs. (I have a Korean game and have tried) The events can't go on Wi-Fi either because of the Clasic ribbon.
Since there is no way to get them off a Korean game, the only ones that are offered would be hacked. In adition, one of my friends knows the guy that made Pokesav and he said that it doesn't work with Korean games. So they can't be cloned either.
As said on Serebii.net Trading Rules.
So shall it be written, so shall it be made. Needless to say, I should know about this because I tried offering something like this and I was given a warning. Doesn't that mean anything? I don't trust NoK Pokemon anymore to tell you the truth. I don't want a hack on my perfect game. Here is a site with event Pokemon. Read the Korean Pokemon info in their boxes.
It is what it is people. Read how it says, "Korean characters can't be traded to non-Korean games". Notice your Korean Munchlax, NoK Arcanine, or NoK Mew doesn't have a name or OT. That is because US ports can't read Korean lettering, when somebody hacked it, they gave it the Cherish Ball, gave it a date, and gave it a location, yet didn't have a name. This really means something to me.