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  1. Nomadic Chick
    05/03

    I know, where have I been? Here. I promise. Just trying to dismantle my former life.:)

    Okay, first, what is this yellow dust? I keep imaging turmeric blowing around Busan. And way to score cheap pills! Glad you’re feeling better. Pardon me if my comments will start appearing in descending order, I’m working my way backwards through your old posts.

    Love, love the updates. 🙂

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  2. Kathy
    05/02

    So, if I’m in Korea in the middle of October, the bad air season should over, right? Or should I bring a face mask anyway?

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  3. Gray
    05/02

    Wow. Medical care there is ridiculously cheap! It might actually be cheaper to fly to Korea for medical care than to get it here in the US! LOL.

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  4. Christo de Wit
    05/02

    Christine, thanx for the shout out! Things are certainly looking up and from here on out we just have to get back into travel mode! That’s who we are and what led us on this epic (k) journey in the first place! I really hope you return to good health soon! Good luck and hope to see you soon!

    Christo!

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  5. johanna campos
    05/02

    chris, you are hilarious. keep them coming. your articles are a joy to read. and hats off to you for uprooting yourself to go see and experience more 🙂

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    • Christine Ka’aloa
      05/02

      @Kathy: Supposedly in Oct you should be in the clear. If you find yourself here and in need of a face/sick mask, you should have many to choose from. They’re sold year round 😉
      @Gray: Hey- Korea touts themself as a one-stop shop for medical tourism. At least that’s one perk!
      @Christo:Yes, agreed! I love that you’re always try to stay positive about things. Get into travel mode, here we come!
      @Johanna: Thanks for the hats, lady… but bring me home. wah!

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