[HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK]You say 'tomato,' I say 'mworago'

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[HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK]You say 'tomato,' I say 'mworago'

A "Cross-Cultural School," designed to teach young Korean-American couples about the differences between their lifestyles and cultures, thereby minimizing the gap, are being held through Nov. 22.

The program is sponsored by the United Services Organizations Seoul.

Most classes are from 9 a.m. to noon at the USO Seoul facility at Camp Kim. They cover such subjects as holidays, history, health care, housing, finances and employment.

For more information or to pre-register, call Lee Heeyun at (02) 749-6429.
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