Year Two, Week Twelve —Amber

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fave, but it again illustrates the point I’ve made before that we get to do all kinds of things here as expats that we wouldn’t get to do in the US. This week I got to listen to a performance by Korean pop star Yuri Sangja. It’s not often that you get to be close to a celebrity, but it seems that your odds go up greatly if you are an expat in Korea…you may get to be in a private audience or even in a music video with one….

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  • Dina Farmer - Yeah so true! you’d never get to experience anything like that in the states…unless they weren’t a big name.ReplyCancel