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CSAT spurs gift sales


Eight days to go before the College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT), Shinsegae Department Store’s Jung District branch in central Seoul is selling products symbolizing good luck for test-takers.

They include apples printed with the word “passed” as well as a variety of rice cakes and traditional taffy. Sticky rice cakes are popular as the word “stick” in Korean sounds like the verb “to pass.”

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