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입력 2010.10.19 (17:26) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]



North and South Korea have reconnected their aviation hotline, which Pyongyang had unilaterally cut off months ago. Meanwhile, the two nations are still actively promoting the inter-Korean reunions for separated families. Much attention is drawn to what the North’s intentions truly are.



[Pkg]



The control towers at South Korea’s Incheon International Airport and the Sunan Airport in Pyongyang carried out test calls. The aerial communication between the two Koreas has been resumed. More than 10 jets flying through the North Korean aeronautical information zone could be located from land in the South. The lines have been reconnected five months after Pyongyang had unilaterally cut them off. Meanwhile, South Korean planes are still not allowed to fly over North Korea. The North Korean daily newspaper Rodong Sinmun urged Tuesday that the two Koreas must begin talks on tourism in the Mount Kumgang area. Preparations for reunions for separated families in the South and North are also progressing.



[Soundbite] An Chan-il (Head, World Institute for North Korean Studies): It seems like their new strategy to draw various economic support from the South while avoiding making direct apologies.



The South Korean Ministry of Unification states the North’s moves for bilateral talks are meaningless unless it admits its responsibility for the Cheonan ship incident.



2. F1 Grand Prix



[Anchor Lead]



The atmosphere is heating up in Yeongam County, South Jeolla Province, ahead of the opening of the inaugural Formula One Korea Grand Prix on Friday. The anticipation over Korea’s first hosting of an F1 race is creating excitement among not only the racers and the fans, but the nation as well. Let’s take a closer look.



[Pkg]



One-seater cars to dash around the circuit in Yeongam County are unveiled. Mechanics replace parts and test the cars. Organizers make full and thorough preparations for the first hosting of a race on the Yeongam circuit. This year’s F1 season will have 19 races, with the Yeongnam contest being the 17th. So a heated competition is expected before the end of the season.



[Soundbite] Kim Jae-ho (Korea Auto Valley Operation): The racing will be dynamic and dramatic, since the circuit is equipped with specially designed courses.



The race will also feature a car parade and an interactive motor sports event. Competitors will arrive in Korea from Wednesday.



[Soundbite] Park Bong-soon (Organizing Committee): We expect that a large number of people will come to see the race. We are making all necessary preparations for the success of the event.



Korea’s first F1 race is expected to heat up the atmosphere at the Yeongam race course.



3. G20 Application



[Anchor Lead]



A cutting-edge application developed by Korean scientists will be introduced to world leaders, who are attending the Seoul G20 summit meeting. The latest technology will hopefully raise Korea’s global position in the world IT ranking. Here’s more.



[Pkg]



Summits of the G20 member states are to convene next month here at COEX, the southern center of Seoul. As a hall where the meeting is to be held is typed in, an arrow appears on the screen. Following the arrow, the user arrives at the exact location on the first floor.



[Soundbite] The place is so vast and complex its always hard to find my way around. This is easy as all I have to do is just follow the arrow.



There’s no need to remember where drivers parked their cars anymore; all they have to do is to use a barcode scanner on their cell phone. It’s much easier to find ways in a shopping mall as well. This is all possible thanks to the smartphone applications developed by Korean IT scientists for the upcoming G20 summit.



[Soundbite] Kim Hyun-cheol (Korea International Trade Association): By using the wi-fi wireless stations installed everywhere the application can guide you directly to your destination within a tolerance of five meters.



Existing navigation systems are usable only on the road at ground level and can only guide users to buildings. They are useless underground. But the newly developed application perceives every corner of the building and even the floor level as well. COEX is planning to distribute the application in English for world officials and the press attending the G20 summit next month. Foreign IT specialists are also showing great interest, and the new application is expected to raise Korea IT’s global standing.



4. Water Aid



[Anchor Lead]



A vending machine in the heart of Seoul is distributing waste water. The undrinkable water costs about 89 cents per bottle but is selling well. Here’s why.



[Pkg]



Many children in Africa suffer from endless war and poverty. Serious drought on the continent make a single drop of water priceless. But consumption of dirty water spreads disease and hopelessness fast. Dirty waste water is being sold in downtown Seoul.



[Soundbite] Buy waster water! Waste water for sale!



The cost is about 89 cents per bottle. Mud has been mixed in to make the water similar to that consumed by African children. Sales of the waste water is brisk.



[Soundbite] Lee Eun-joo (Purchaser): They say kids in Africa drink water like this. It doesn’t cost much to us so I just bought a bottle.



A securities company began this charity campaign to promote awareness of Africa’s droughts and start a new donation trend. Buying a bottle of the waste water can provide a child in Africa enough clean water for a month. The campaign is drawing many supporters, with news spreading through Twitter.



[Soundbite] Park Eun-yeong (Purchaser): I came after learning about it while Twittering. I hope the word spreads more and more.



In Africa, more than 5-thousand children die every day from drinking contaminated water. So even small donations and attention from individuals are all the more precious.



5. Gate Restoration



[Anchor Lead]



Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its main symbol – the Paldal Gate - will be repaired for the first time since its construction two centuries ago. The restoration project is estimated to take at least a year.



[Pkg]



Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon represents King Jeongjo’s filial piety and his big dream of implementing reforms in Joseon. When the fortress was built in 1794, it was regarded as a state-of-the-art military fortress. Its beautiful architectural design earned it a designation as a UNESCO’s World Heritage site. The southern gate of the fortress, called Paldal Gate, remained intact even during Japanese colonization and the Korean War. But the 216-year-old gate requires restoration.



[Soundbite] Jeong Seok (Cultural Heritage Administration): The rafters of Paldal Gate are tilting toward the eaves. The roof looks unstable and requires urgent restoration due to corrosion.



The municipal government of the city of Suwon has decided to dismantle and repair the gate. The tiled roof on the second level of the gate will be removed to replace all broken and damaged wooden parts.



[Soundbite] Nam Gi-wan (Province Official): In the past, we replaced and repaired the tiles partially. But this time we will remove the upper story of the gate to repair it entirely.



The gate will be restored to its original state according to the "Archives of the Construction of Hwaseong Fortress," which describe the construction process of the fortress. The gate will be dismantled in December. And the restoration project will likely take a year.



6. Morning Concerts



[Anchor Lead]



A concert hall in Seoul is offering a series of classical music performances that will take place on late Saturday mornings. The performances are targeting office workers who have little time to attend weekday concerts. The first concert has been nearly sold out.



[Pkg]



This concert hall is surprisingly crowded at 11 a.m. Saturday. One thousand nine hundred of the combined 22-hundred seats are filled. Ninety percent of the tickets has been sold. A lightly dressed orchestra appears on stage and the concert begins after a brief introduction. Programs for weekday morning performances usually feature short pieces. But for Saturday morning concerts, entire pieces from symphonies are played. Most of the audience at weekday morning concerts are women in their 50s. Those who watch Saturday morning performances are mainly in their 30s or 40s, with men accounting for around 40 percent.



[Soundbite] It’s hard to come on weekday evenings because of work. I’m glad they have weekend morning performances.



Tickets go for under 36 U.S. dollars. A new orchestra has been formed just for the Saturday morning concerts.



[Soundbite] Jeong Dong-heok (General Dir., Seoul Art Center): We realized many people enjoy classical music these days but did not have the time for weekday evening concerts.



If the Saturday morning concerts do well, other concert halls are expected to follow suit.



7. Gwamegi Season



[Anchor Lead]



The production of half-dried pacific saury, which is called gwamegi, has begun in Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province. Producers are expecting the sales of the sea wind-dried fish to top 70 million U.S dollars. Bolstered by its popularity at home, exports of gwamegi is also growing.



[Pkg]



Pacific sauries are dried by sea winds. The half-dried sauries are called gwamegi in this province. Fresh sauries are frozen immediately after they are caught and cleaned with both sea water and clean tap water. They are dried in the open yard by being frozen at night and thawed in the day. Winds from the East Sea and the moderate climate in the province are the biggest contributors to its production.



[Soundbite] Sauries are dried well thanks to winds from the sea and mountains. We are pleased with the good production of gwamegi.



The production of gwamegi, a winter dainty, has begun in Guryongpo Harbor in Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province. Some 15 million kilograms of gwamegi will be produced in Guryongpo, this year. Producers are expecting sales of more than 71 million dollars. They will work to develop more overseas markets.



[Soundbite] Kim Jeom-dol (Head, Gwamegi Cooperative Association): We aim this year to triple the exports of gwamegi to Japan, China and the U.S. from one million dollars in the past.



Gwamegi used to be a local specialty of the province. The dried fish is now poised to attract foreign palates.



8. Sunflower Fields



[Anchor Lead]



One million sunflowers are offering a spectacular view in Boeun County, North Chungcheong Province. A sunflower field there has drawn 100-thousand visitors over the past month.



[Pkg]



Yellow sunflowers stretch endlessly across the field. One million sunflowers have turned the entire village into a flower garden. The field measures six-point-two hectares. This provides the perfect feast for honeybees ahead of winter. Yellow sunflowers live in harmony with pine trees more than 100 years old, forming a beautiful landscape. The sunflower field is a hotspot for photographers.



[Soundbite] This is spectacular. Any one can produce great photographs here.



The Boeun County Office decided to create the sunflower field in 2006 to help promote its jujube festival.



[Soundbite] Han Gwang-bok (County Official): Sunflowers are easily affected by pollution. We chose sunflower, since it is an eco-friendly.



The field has grown into a major tourist attraction over the past four years. Some 100-thousand tourists visit the field around this time of year. The sunflower field is also a major source of income for Boeun County residents.



9. Oriental Remedies



[Anchor Lead]



It is easy to catch a cold when the weather begins to get chillier. One option that Koreans have in taking care of their family’s health is the use of oriental herbal medicine. An expo has opened in Jecheon to introduce oriental medicine to the public. Let’s go take a closer look!



[Pkg]



Jecheon of North Chungcheong Province is famous for producing herbal medicine. The city is seeing hordes of visitors these days. One of the reasons that people are flocking over is because of an expo, which is being held to introduce the benefits and effects of oriental medicine to the public.



[Soundbite] I heard it was great and so came to have a look. They said you could see the oriental medicine of the past and future together.



Here, you can see the past, present and future of oriental medicine. Rare and precious herbs hang from the ceiling. This old-fashioned hospital and pharmacy draw great attention from the visitors. Although Hur Jun, the famous Joseon Dynasty doctor, may not be around anymore, visitors can still get free check ups from ten oriental medicine doctors assigned by the Association of Korean Oriental Medicine. After a check-up, you can also get prescriptions for free as well.



[Soundbite] You mix in it a half glass of warm water like coffee after every meal.



This section shows the future of oriental medicine. Visitors can get their pictures taken here. And also get voice tests. What could they be doing?



[Soundbite] Song Gwang-chan (Expo Staff): We diagnose people’s physical constitution through their facial characteristics, voice and doctor’s checkup. People can see and understand their physical conditions more easily through the modernized data.



Isn’t it amazing that you can find out about your physical health status, personality and what kinds of foods are good for you just by studying your face and your voice? Using the information, you can even see how your future kids will look like. These two say that they’re just friends.

But they’re trying it out just for fun. What were the results?



[Soundbite] I’m glad we’re just friends! I think I’ll have to wait longer for that someone special.



At the herb exhibition you can feel and taste the herbs. Or you could enjoy a warm herbal spa or refresh your mind by inhaling the scent of herbs. For those of you who don’t feel like traveling so far, here’s a place in Seoul where you can experience the benefits of oriental herbal medicine. At this cafe in Seoul, customers will have a consultation with the owner before the staff can take down their orders.



[Soundbite] I haven’t slept well for a long time because of insomnia.



[Soundbite] Then I’ll prepare the tea that’s good for blood circulation and helps deep sleep.



You can personalize your tea order so that it can best benefit your health. If you drank a lot last night, you can try the duchung gamcho tea, and if you’re suffering from fatigue and stress, heotgaenamu tea would be best to help you recover. The types of drinks that are good for you varies according to your symptoms. Other services are offered for free, such as the foot spa in which hot water is mixed with nine different kinds of oriental medicinal herbs, and an oriental herbal face pack. You can get all this for just around six dollars and 30 cents.



[Soundbite] I feel healthier drinking oriental herb tea, and getting a herbal foot spa and face pack as well.



Why not try some of these oriental medicine treatments, which have become easier to use and more convenient to get, and spend the autumn season healthy and strong??
  • Hotline Reopens
    • 입력 2010-10-19 17:26:28
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]



North and South Korea have reconnected their aviation hotline, which Pyongyang had unilaterally cut off months ago. Meanwhile, the two nations are still actively promoting the inter-Korean reunions for separated families. Much attention is drawn to what the North’s intentions truly are.



[Pkg]



The control towers at South Korea’s Incheon International Airport and the Sunan Airport in Pyongyang carried out test calls. The aerial communication between the two Koreas has been resumed. More than 10 jets flying through the North Korean aeronautical information zone could be located from land in the South. The lines have been reconnected five months after Pyongyang had unilaterally cut them off. Meanwhile, South Korean planes are still not allowed to fly over North Korea. The North Korean daily newspaper Rodong Sinmun urged Tuesday that the two Koreas must begin talks on tourism in the Mount Kumgang area. Preparations for reunions for separated families in the South and North are also progressing.



[Soundbite] An Chan-il (Head, World Institute for North Korean Studies): It seems like their new strategy to draw various economic support from the South while avoiding making direct apologies.



The South Korean Ministry of Unification states the North’s moves for bilateral talks are meaningless unless it admits its responsibility for the Cheonan ship incident.



2. F1 Grand Prix



[Anchor Lead]



The atmosphere is heating up in Yeongam County, South Jeolla Province, ahead of the opening of the inaugural Formula One Korea Grand Prix on Friday. The anticipation over Korea’s first hosting of an F1 race is creating excitement among not only the racers and the fans, but the nation as well. Let’s take a closer look.



[Pkg]



One-seater cars to dash around the circuit in Yeongam County are unveiled. Mechanics replace parts and test the cars. Organizers make full and thorough preparations for the first hosting of a race on the Yeongam circuit. This year’s F1 season will have 19 races, with the Yeongnam contest being the 17th. So a heated competition is expected before the end of the season.



[Soundbite] Kim Jae-ho (Korea Auto Valley Operation): The racing will be dynamic and dramatic, since the circuit is equipped with specially designed courses.



The race will also feature a car parade and an interactive motor sports event. Competitors will arrive in Korea from Wednesday.



[Soundbite] Park Bong-soon (Organizing Committee): We expect that a large number of people will come to see the race. We are making all necessary preparations for the success of the event.



Korea’s first F1 race is expected to heat up the atmosphere at the Yeongam race course.



3. G20 Application



[Anchor Lead]



A cutting-edge application developed by Korean scientists will be introduced to world leaders, who are attending the Seoul G20 summit meeting. The latest technology will hopefully raise Korea’s global position in the world IT ranking. Here’s more.



[Pkg]



Summits of the G20 member states are to convene next month here at COEX, the southern center of Seoul. As a hall where the meeting is to be held is typed in, an arrow appears on the screen. Following the arrow, the user arrives at the exact location on the first floor.



[Soundbite] The place is so vast and complex its always hard to find my way around. This is easy as all I have to do is just follow the arrow.



There’s no need to remember where drivers parked their cars anymore; all they have to do is to use a barcode scanner on their cell phone. It’s much easier to find ways in a shopping mall as well. This is all possible thanks to the smartphone applications developed by Korean IT scientists for the upcoming G20 summit.



[Soundbite] Kim Hyun-cheol (Korea International Trade Association): By using the wi-fi wireless stations installed everywhere the application can guide you directly to your destination within a tolerance of five meters.



Existing navigation systems are usable only on the road at ground level and can only guide users to buildings. They are useless underground. But the newly developed application perceives every corner of the building and even the floor level as well. COEX is planning to distribute the application in English for world officials and the press attending the G20 summit next month. Foreign IT specialists are also showing great interest, and the new application is expected to raise Korea IT’s global standing.



4. Water Aid



[Anchor Lead]



A vending machine in the heart of Seoul is distributing waste water. The undrinkable water costs about 89 cents per bottle but is selling well. Here’s why.



[Pkg]



Many children in Africa suffer from endless war and poverty. Serious drought on the continent make a single drop of water priceless. But consumption of dirty water spreads disease and hopelessness fast. Dirty waste water is being sold in downtown Seoul.



[Soundbite] Buy waster water! Waste water for sale!



The cost is about 89 cents per bottle. Mud has been mixed in to make the water similar to that consumed by African children. Sales of the waste water is brisk.



[Soundbite] Lee Eun-joo (Purchaser): They say kids in Africa drink water like this. It doesn’t cost much to us so I just bought a bottle.



A securities company began this charity campaign to promote awareness of Africa’s droughts and start a new donation trend. Buying a bottle of the waste water can provide a child in Africa enough clean water for a month. The campaign is drawing many supporters, with news spreading through Twitter.



[Soundbite] Park Eun-yeong (Purchaser): I came after learning about it while Twittering. I hope the word spreads more and more.



In Africa, more than 5-thousand children die every day from drinking contaminated water. So even small donations and attention from individuals are all the more precious.



5. Gate Restoration



[Anchor Lead]



Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its main symbol – the Paldal Gate - will be repaired for the first time since its construction two centuries ago. The restoration project is estimated to take at least a year.



[Pkg]



Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon represents King Jeongjo’s filial piety and his big dream of implementing reforms in Joseon. When the fortress was built in 1794, it was regarded as a state-of-the-art military fortress. Its beautiful architectural design earned it a designation as a UNESCO’s World Heritage site. The southern gate of the fortress, called Paldal Gate, remained intact even during Japanese colonization and the Korean War. But the 216-year-old gate requires restoration.



[Soundbite] Jeong Seok (Cultural Heritage Administration): The rafters of Paldal Gate are tilting toward the eaves. The roof looks unstable and requires urgent restoration due to corrosion.



The municipal government of the city of Suwon has decided to dismantle and repair the gate. The tiled roof on the second level of the gate will be removed to replace all broken and damaged wooden parts.



[Soundbite] Nam Gi-wan (Province Official): In the past, we replaced and repaired the tiles partially. But this time we will remove the upper story of the gate to repair it entirely.



The gate will be restored to its original state according to the "Archives of the Construction of Hwaseong Fortress," which describe the construction process of the fortress. The gate will be dismantled in December. And the restoration project will likely take a year.



6. Morning Concerts



[Anchor Lead]



A concert hall in Seoul is offering a series of classical music performances that will take place on late Saturday mornings. The performances are targeting office workers who have little time to attend weekday concerts. The first concert has been nearly sold out.



[Pkg]



This concert hall is surprisingly crowded at 11 a.m. Saturday. One thousand nine hundred of the combined 22-hundred seats are filled. Ninety percent of the tickets has been sold. A lightly dressed orchestra appears on stage and the concert begins after a brief introduction. Programs for weekday morning performances usually feature short pieces. But for Saturday morning concerts, entire pieces from symphonies are played. Most of the audience at weekday morning concerts are women in their 50s. Those who watch Saturday morning performances are mainly in their 30s or 40s, with men accounting for around 40 percent.



[Soundbite] It’s hard to come on weekday evenings because of work. I’m glad they have weekend morning performances.



Tickets go for under 36 U.S. dollars. A new orchestra has been formed just for the Saturday morning concerts.



[Soundbite] Jeong Dong-heok (General Dir., Seoul Art Center): We realized many people enjoy classical music these days but did not have the time for weekday evening concerts.



If the Saturday morning concerts do well, other concert halls are expected to follow suit.



7. Gwamegi Season



[Anchor Lead]



The production of half-dried pacific saury, which is called gwamegi, has begun in Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province. Producers are expecting the sales of the sea wind-dried fish to top 70 million U.S dollars. Bolstered by its popularity at home, exports of gwamegi is also growing.



[Pkg]



Pacific sauries are dried by sea winds. The half-dried sauries are called gwamegi in this province. Fresh sauries are frozen immediately after they are caught and cleaned with both sea water and clean tap water. They are dried in the open yard by being frozen at night and thawed in the day. Winds from the East Sea and the moderate climate in the province are the biggest contributors to its production.



[Soundbite] Sauries are dried well thanks to winds from the sea and mountains. We are pleased with the good production of gwamegi.



The production of gwamegi, a winter dainty, has begun in Guryongpo Harbor in Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province. Some 15 million kilograms of gwamegi will be produced in Guryongpo, this year. Producers are expecting sales of more than 71 million dollars. They will work to develop more overseas markets.



[Soundbite] Kim Jeom-dol (Head, Gwamegi Cooperative Association): We aim this year to triple the exports of gwamegi to Japan, China and the U.S. from one million dollars in the past.



Gwamegi used to be a local specialty of the province. The dried fish is now poised to attract foreign palates.



8. Sunflower Fields



[Anchor Lead]



One million sunflowers are offering a spectacular view in Boeun County, North Chungcheong Province. A sunflower field there has drawn 100-thousand visitors over the past month.



[Pkg]



Yellow sunflowers stretch endlessly across the field. One million sunflowers have turned the entire village into a flower garden. The field measures six-point-two hectares. This provides the perfect feast for honeybees ahead of winter. Yellow sunflowers live in harmony with pine trees more than 100 years old, forming a beautiful landscape. The sunflower field is a hotspot for photographers.



[Soundbite] This is spectacular. Any one can produce great photographs here.



The Boeun County Office decided to create the sunflower field in 2006 to help promote its jujube festival.



[Soundbite] Han Gwang-bok (County Official): Sunflowers are easily affected by pollution. We chose sunflower, since it is an eco-friendly.



The field has grown into a major tourist attraction over the past four years. Some 100-thousand tourists visit the field around this time of year. The sunflower field is also a major source of income for Boeun County residents.



9. Oriental Remedies



[Anchor Lead]



It is easy to catch a cold when the weather begins to get chillier. One option that Koreans have in taking care of their family’s health is the use of oriental herbal medicine. An expo has opened in Jecheon to introduce oriental medicine to the public. Let’s go take a closer look!



[Pkg]



Jecheon of North Chungcheong Province is famous for producing herbal medicine. The city is seeing hordes of visitors these days. One of the reasons that people are flocking over is because of an expo, which is being held to introduce the benefits and effects of oriental medicine to the public.



[Soundbite] I heard it was great and so came to have a look. They said you could see the oriental medicine of the past and future together.



Here, you can see the past, present and future of oriental medicine. Rare and precious herbs hang from the ceiling. This old-fashioned hospital and pharmacy draw great attention from the visitors. Although Hur Jun, the famous Joseon Dynasty doctor, may not be around anymore, visitors can still get free check ups from ten oriental medicine doctors assigned by the Association of Korean Oriental Medicine. After a check-up, you can also get prescriptions for free as well.



[Soundbite] You mix in it a half glass of warm water like coffee after every meal.



This section shows the future of oriental medicine. Visitors can get their pictures taken here. And also get voice tests. What could they be doing?



[Soundbite] Song Gwang-chan (Expo Staff): We diagnose people’s physical constitution through their facial characteristics, voice and doctor’s checkup. People can see and understand their physical conditions more easily through the modernized data.



Isn’t it amazing that you can find out about your physical health status, personality and what kinds of foods are good for you just by studying your face and your voice? Using the information, you can even see how your future kids will look like. These two say that they’re just friends.

But they’re trying it out just for fun. What were the results?



[Soundbite] I’m glad we’re just friends! I think I’ll have to wait longer for that someone special.



At the herb exhibition you can feel and taste the herbs. Or you could enjoy a warm herbal spa or refresh your mind by inhaling the scent of herbs. For those of you who don’t feel like traveling so far, here’s a place in Seoul where you can experience the benefits of oriental herbal medicine. At this cafe in Seoul, customers will have a consultation with the owner before the staff can take down their orders.



[Soundbite] I haven’t slept well for a long time because of insomnia.



[Soundbite] Then I’ll prepare the tea that’s good for blood circulation and helps deep sleep.



You can personalize your tea order so that it can best benefit your health. If you drank a lot last night, you can try the duchung gamcho tea, and if you’re suffering from fatigue and stress, heotgaenamu tea would be best to help you recover. The types of drinks that are good for you varies according to your symptoms. Other services are offered for free, such as the foot spa in which hot water is mixed with nine different kinds of oriental medicinal herbs, and an oriental herbal face pack. You can get all this for just around six dollars and 30 cents.



[Soundbite] I feel healthier drinking oriental herb tea, and getting a herbal foot spa and face pack as well.



Why not try some of these oriental medicine treatments, which have become easier to use and more convenient to get, and spend the autumn season healthy and strong??
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