Embracing Korea

May 2004
Airman;May2004, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p2
Focuses on the living condition of American airmen assigned at various air bases in South Korea. Experience in trying Korean foods; Struggle in adopting the place and mingling with the locals; Responsibility of airmen to manage several programs.


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