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[LETTERS TO THE EDITOR]Driver’s ire was a shock

Yes, it was my mistake. I was changing lanes, and I was not aware of the car approaching from behind. I narrowly avoided a collision. I waved my hand in an apologetic gesture. But, apparently, that was not enough. The car followed me honking in fury.
As soon as I stopped at a red light, he drove up next to me, rolled down his window and started his verbal attack. The language was shocking beyond my imagination. I apologized profusely, but nothing could quiet his rage.
We all know that driving in Seoul is not easy. We all make mistakes. Yelling and cursing does not make things easier. Calm down, people!


by Lee Hi-sang

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