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Korean

My exposure to Korean has been involuntary. There is a huge population of Koreans living in Toronto, and my wife loves Korean food. She always nags me to go to dine out in a Korean restaurant. There is also a specific Korean supermarket that she loves. She visits the place quite often, and sometimes she would even go there a few times in a week, and she would drag me along with her.

Most often, she could wonder around the supermarket for more than an hour, and I just become bored to death. So I would sit in the food court, watch some Korean TV channels there, pick up some free Korean newspapers and try to make some sense out of those alien characters.

Somehow, I have a feeling that my wife will be happy if we migrate to Korea.

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