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Home | ESL Experience in Korea | Information for Teachers
Drinking Water
Name : Anna   Date : 2008-06-10

Running Water

Mostly Koreans don’t drink running water. We drink purifying water from either water purifier or bottled mineral water. Every household and public places has a water purifier. Bottled mineral water is the drinking water of choice in Korea and can be bought absolutely everywhere for dirt cheap. A two-liter bottle will cost you a mere 1000 won (1 USD) at a local supermarket and a twenty-liter jug delivered to your home generally runs about 5,000 won.


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