I'm in Seoul right now and it's going to rain today.
I was planning on going to the jaedong vs ZerO game. I have to wait outside in the rain for the bus to get on the subway, then walk a few blocks to the MBC building, then walk back to the subway station, wait for the bus, etc.
(please no jokes about worth getting radiated to watch the game, etc)
Schools were closed down a month ago for this reason, but then again, Koreans were scared of fan death.
Should I be concerned about radioactive rain because of the crisis in Japan and stay home?
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Megaliskuu United States. May 26 2011 05:32. Posts 5033
You've said so yourself. You're in a country scared of fan death.
Stop worrying about irrational and ignorant fears and enjoy your life. Whether you're in korea, or anywhere else.
Act of thinking logically cannot possibly be natural to the human mind. If it were, then mathematics would be everybody's easiest course at school and our species would not have taken several millennia to figure out the scientific method -NDT
yoonyoon Korea (South). May 28 2011 12:29. Posts 1065