where's the beef.

saturday evening after nouvelle vague - and those people who sang "still a friend of mine" - we walked through this vigil in seoul.

apparently the unrest was largely due to the korean people's disappointment/anger/disgust with their president, who has allegedly chosen economy over his citizens' health.

one of the students at the 3rd English Presentation Contest this week even adapted her speech to include this current affair, suggesting that a lot of the commotion was the result of a bad english-to-korean translation.

i don't know enough about the matter to put anything down as fact, so i'm just going to throw *allegedly* in there one more time.

i also don't feel like writing much more at the moment.
just thought i should document the far-reaching affects of a rancid meat monopoly.

sorry. allegedely rancid meat monopoly.

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