It's that time of year again, the holiday season! Korea is just as eager to show their holiday spirit as the US, and I've seen an abundance of christmas lights and special sales around town. I've also gotten an invite to a Christmas Bazaar. All the proceeds go to support charities, such as orphanages, women's shelters, and soup kitchens around Busan. I was eager to see what they had to sell!
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Throwing away trash back in Georgia is an easy job. All you have to do is put all the trash in one of those over sized black or white trash bags, take it out to your driveway, and dump it in those giant plastic bins (separating cans, plastic, and glass, of course).
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