Year Two, Week Fifty – Bethany

Traffic

When I first arrived in Korea, I was shocked at the traffic and the residents’ driving habits. I drive almost everyday in Korea, and I

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am no longer shocked. I think I’m assimilating. I run red lights; I deal with crazy taxis and buses; I use my flashers to say “thank you” after I cut in front of someone. All I need is my phone number on my dash and foam stickers on my door to prevent scratches.

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