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Boy, grandmother, korea

Boy, grandmother, korea
A boy (Korean that lived in England for long) who visits his grandmother (in Korea) for the first time in the countryside. They can’t communicate but they use hand gestures. Her grandmother doesn’t like him but the grand son tries to get closer to her. At the end they become very close.

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Great story,, still trying to understand why they only stay for few days. It's so expensive to travel to Korea and back. It seem like they were hiding something.

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I really enjoyed reading your story about a boy visiting his grandmother for the first time in Korea.

I just wanted to tell you that I don't think the parents would buy a plane ticket all the way to Korea if they were having economic problems (a plane ticket from the USA to Korea is very expensive!).

Some of the Korean (Hangul) words are misspelled in the translation to English.
For example: "Hello" in Hangul is spelled like... Show more

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