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Getting Lots of Free Stuff in Korea

May 8, 2014

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Ayo, can you hook a brotha up?

That never worked for me before. Well, I never phrased it like that, either. It’d be more like “ayo, can I get a hook up?” Maybe I wasn’t saying it cool enough. Either way, I didn’t get free stuff growing up. BUT THOSE DAYS ARE GONE. In Korea, they give away free stuff all the time. It’s great. I don’t feel like an uncool guy anymore for not getting free stuff. Now, I’m the coolest guy in the world! Well, me, along with everyone else getting lots of free stuff.

One thing we’ve noticed about free samples in Korea: if you ever go to a supermarket, like Costco, and they’re giving out free food samples, I’m used to just getting one sample per station. Getting anything more than that would be rude. That’s some unwritten rule I was taught, somehow. I really don’t know how. Who said this to me, I don’t know. I just know that more than one isn’t right. In Korea, though, that rule doesn’t apply. I’ve seen moms walk up to the food sample stations and swipe five samples at once. Like, one for me, one for my kid, one for my husband, and another for me because I forgot what the first was like, and a last one for the road. I still can’t bring myself to take more than one at a time, but I’d love to build up the courage to do so.

Anyhow, back to free stuff: there are other instances in which you can get service. We get it a lot at Noraebangs (good ones). Whenever we rent a singing room, it always comes with some free snacks. Good ones bring you juices and stuff like that. Great ones that we’ve come to know very well sometimes bring us some free beer. HELLS YEAH! But that’s just the starter: when you’re in the Noraebang, you’ll see a little timer in the corner of the TV telling you how much time you have left, because you usually rent the place for an hour or so. Most of the time, you’ll see a little sparkle pop up in the corner and it’ll say “Service!” in Korean, and more time will be added to your clock. That’s great and all, except if you’re in a room for too long. You know when it’s too long: when everyone’s tired as hell, and have already sung a lot of songs, and are ready to go home, and they’re just cheering you on out of politeness but they’re dead tired, except you got that one friend who loves singing and will never ever stop, and so you’re waiting for the timer to run out so you can leave, but the place keeps giving you more free time, and your friend keeps on getting excited but you want to just run away and never talk to them again? Yeah. It’s bad at those times. There are also some craptacular Noraebangs that won’t give you any extra service time. We never go there twice.

There’s also “After Care Service” in which, if you buy an expensive product, like a phone or a fridge or a car, you can get it serviced and fixed for free if anything goes wrong with it. Don’t quote me on this, though: it works for some things, and maybe not all. I know people who have bought cars who, from time to time, take it back to their dealer and get it all tuned up for free, and they even vacuum it for you for free. After care service! If anyone’s got more info on this, I’d love to hear it. I haven’t really used any after care service on any of my stuff yet, though I really need to take our robot vacuum back to the dealer for some after care service, because he’s acting a bit drunk lately. He humps everything in site, and gets stuck in places and just gives up. GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER, LUCIFER! You’re embarrassing yourself!

Let us know what “service” culture is like where you’re from. Can you get more than one free sample at a time? Do you get free side dishes and drinks at the restaurants you go to? We’re curious.

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  1. Ok….now…I live in Las Vegas Nevada, if you’ve never heard of it please take me for a ride in your spaceship, anyway back in the day if you played a 100$ in slots for a couple of hours some guy in an Italian suit would walk up shake your hand and slide you free buffets and/or room nights. Now days you have to play a S*** ton more for that to happen, But the last great remaining ‘serviceu’ in Vegas is Free Drinks if your playing thats right, if your playing slots or cards or dice the casino will happily give you free booze to help you relax and play more put 10$ in a penny slot machine and wave down the cocktail waitress.

    2 years ago
  2. Wan

    I go to chinese supermarkets with my parents here in America sometimes, and they often throw in a free box of some sort of snack food at the end of the checkout line. We’ve also gotten teapots, strawberries, and soy milk. Of course, this probably happens more often to me since I’m friends with some the daughters of supermarket owners in my area haha :)

    2 years ago
  3. Isn’t that the way everyone shops for Christmas? One for you two for me… The only place here in Michigan (Green Nasty in da house) that I have noticed anything close to service would be at make up stores and drug stores will sometimes print out a coupon thingy if you spend a certain amount of money that you go online and order a free box of samples.. and I still have my cereal box Disney color changing spoon from back in the 90’s!

    2 years ago
  4. I live in France – and we sometimes get free stuff. Most of time in beauty store, you can have some sample, perfume, cream, bb cream…
    In food stores, it also happened, but people giving out free sample are annoying most of the times, and really pushy with their product, so I avoid them most of the time^^’

    I don’t know if this is common, but I’m a regular in a bar, and the boss (who knows me and my friends after all this time) give us free drinks quite often. He also give us food during some holidays like easter ! Most of the time it’s because he would rather gives what’s left rather than throw it away, but it’s nice anyways !

    2 years ago
  5. Oh! I forgot! Some stores where the sell just fruit (don’t know the name) they have like tiny sampels on sundays.
    And also, qustion: what time is it where you live?

    2 years ago
  6. Ok I live in sweden not a freaking chance that we would have any free sampels of anything! Like realy not anywhere!

    2 years ago
  7. I live in LA and a lot of makeup stores (usually the bigger chain ones or pop up in the mall) do your makeup for free. Like, they’ll ask you if you want to try a new product and want to try it out. The only thing is that you’re expected to buy one of the products they use on your face.

    2 years ago
  8. SAH

    Free stuff? In the Netherlands? Ha.
    Rarely at markets, friendly weekend market stalls usually hand out samples!
    In India there’s not really a culture of free goodies ~ the weaker sections of society would take too much advantage of that but generally, you can try what you want to buy – one can usually ask for a bit of the food before purchasing it!
    Informal vendors in my neighbourhood recognize me and always give me more than I pay for! :)

    2 years ago
  9. That seems really awesome and unlike the U.S. in many ways. Backstory time…I was at Malley”s Chocolates one time with my cousins. There was some chocolate free samples so I whispered to my cousin, that was 3 at the time, to go ask the worker if she could have 2. You know one for me and one for her. So I was kinda standing behind her, like close enough that if something happened I could grab her, and she asked the guy in the cutest voice ever and I quote,”Excuse me mister that has the best job ever can I have 2 of those? Peazzzzzze!” and out of nowhere the guy is just like shouting at her about how she can only have one and how he has been dealing with stupid annoying kids all day! So my cousin starts crying and the dude doesn’t even care! And then me, being the overprotective person I am, come and pick her up and bring her back to our table, then (this is the best part) her twin/my other cousin sees that she’s crying, asks what happened, and immediately goes back to the worker and kicks him! Yes, she kicked him! So after that “little scene” we got banned from there. But that’s ok it was in a different state so we are never going back there anyway. XD

    2 years ago
  10. Cool noreabang.. and the cheapest in Seoul I think… at Sillim-dong area.. 신림동.. as everyone know (or don’t they).. sillim is popular for their sundae (순대).. back to noreabang.. yup.. the price is 8000원.. per hour.. well.. guess what… literally its 3~3 1/5 hrs… well those who stay near Gwanak mountain (관악산) can enjoy the cheap noraebang… location.. just behind Loteria..especially the SNU students…and another one is 12 000원.. literally.. after 4 hours plus I think..yup.. free service… we just ran out from the noraebang… seriusly.. lost our voice… tired and..hurm..

    2 years ago
  11. In the UK it’s the whole buy one get one free shebang. Usually if you’re in a restaurant and there’s like a hair in your food or something they’ll take it back and give you a new meal for free or even a a free dessert! In shops sometimes they’ll have free food samples of the newest product they’re endorsing/created but there’s never really anything more but that.

    If it’s your birthday though or a special occasion and you or someone you know brings this up, you may get something for free or get something half price. That doesn’t really happen a lot though…

    2 years ago
  12. While I don’t get much free service as a customer but I work for a grocery store in PA where in my town if the name wasn’t different would run into the problem of being confused with another grocery store with only 1 part of the name matching. They now have doughnut day once a month for the stores employees with juice, milk, and coffee if you want starting in the morning and going until for awhile in the afternoon when most likely we run out of doughnuts and they aren’t bringing more doughnuts up to the training room. I have tempted fate in my green shirt with a cream filled powdered sugar doughnut and I didn’t get any powdered sugar on me. Then they have an employee Christmas lunch served by a local Italian restaurant along with getting a dollar more per hour on holidays and Sundays. Also on your birthday you get a birthday card which is a coupon to get a free birthday cupcake that you have a few choices to pick out like a vanilla or chocolate cake, 2 types of frosting, and if you want sprinkles or not.

    2 years ago
  13. Whenever I pass my spectacle shop, they invite me in to clean my lens, replace nose guards and fix the tightness on the ears. And I only buy something there once every 1 or 2 years. I once changed my contacts from bi weekly to dailies and they did it for me for free and gave me 7 pairs of lenses for free.

    2 years ago
  14. They have the same kind of thing here in Japan and they also call it “service.” (Though here it sounds more like “Sah-bee-soo.” ) I’m never sure how much is “normal” and would be given to any average person and how much is “omotenashi” – the Japanese notion of hospitality. As a foreigner, they see me as a guest in their country so I’m given things quite often – custom origami paper, free guided tours, random food, books, etc. etc. They always say “Thank you for being interested in Japan!” and it’s their way of showing gratitude.

    2 years ago
  15. I live in the states (New Jersey) and we get free samples sometimes, depending on the place/situation. In a lot of shopping malls, in the food courts, the restaurants will give you a tiny sample of food, to try and get you to eat there, instead of the competitors. In our local mall, we have a Japanese place and a Chinese place next to each other and they’re always so crazy about trying to shove samples at you so you won’t eat at the other place. XD

    Some stores in the mall, like Bath & Body Works, offer free samples of new products they have out on occasion (at least in my area they do) or they’ll mail you coupons to get a free item. The sucky thing with that is usually no coupon = no free stuff. :/

    Then there’s some members only stores like BJ’s or Sam’s Club, where they give out free food samples. I know there’s a Walmart in PA that does that on occasion too.

    There is also a reeeeally good Chinese take out place where I live, that gives you free meals/bottles of soda, depending on how much money you spend. If you spend $30 I think they give you a free General Tso’s Chicken meal. :) Speaking of that, when I lived in Philly, we were close friends with a Chinese family who owned a take out place around the corner from us, so they’d always give us free food and soda all the time. :D It was awesome and totally unexpected at first. But super cool of them!

    Not too many places give you a lot of free stuff though. :/ I know restaurants usually only give you free stuff or ‘comp’ your meal if you get really bad service and/or complain to management. But even so, we still have to leave a 15% tip. I have a friend who lives in Australia, who never heard of tipping the server. Especially if you get bad service. Whaaaat! I think if you have a group of 8 or more dining, then it goes up to 20% for the tip. But for all other purposes, it’s 15%.

    Oh yeah! One thing I forgot that’s totally awesome! In Hershey, Pennsylvania, there’s Hershey Park. Yes, a whole amusement park dedicated to Hershey candy. When I was little, every night they’d give away free candy bars. Like legit candy bars that you have to pay $1+ for in convenience stores. I remember going to a Hanson concert at the stadium back in the good old days… (1998? XD) and my Dad and sister went to Hershey Park. And as they were leaving (we went to pick them up), people who worked at the park were giving out Payday bars to everyone. Whenever they saw my Hanson shirt, they’d be like, “:D Here have six Payday bars! They’re gifts from Hanson!” XD! I don’t know if the park still does that anymore or not, but that night, we ended up with like 50 Payday bars. It was like Halloween, only.. mixed with the movie Groundhog Day, cause you get the same candy over and over again. XD

    I wish the ‘free samples’ culture here was more like Korea!

    P.S. Is it just me or does Disquis not work on Firefox? It hasn’t worked for a long while on there. :/

    2 years ago
  16. My husband takes the GO Train from Union Station in Toronto every day, and sometimes there will be people giving away free samples to the commuters. Free granola bar days are great! Or, sometimes before a baseball game there will be free samples: Spitz sunflower seeds (the strangely-flavoured ones), and gum.

    2 years ago
  17. Where I live they do give free stuff but only a little portion like in a grocery store on staurdays(only on saturdays) there is always free things but only in the grocery store then if you go to a really ” fancy” mall sometimes they will give you sample of random things and one day in the beach was a guy with a big backpack giving out samples of maruchan soup in a big bowl pretty much giving you a meal for free and it came with some soda….so yeah where I live is called El Salvador.

    2 years ago
  18. My mom goes to this place called Sam’s Club, where you have to have like a pass to get in and it’s like a wholesale grocer, so every Sunday they have free samples of the food being cooked in every aisle, so you can try the meat and desserts and stuff. I’m guessing it’s a loyalty thing, because you don’t normally see that in other grocery stores, like Kroger. I’ve never taken more than one sample, though, because that’s only polite right?

    2 years ago
  19. I remember free CDs in cereal boxes a long, long time ago. I think the CDs had computer games on them and the ones I have most likely came from Honey Nut Cheerios.

    2 years ago
    • Honey Nut Cheerios! Yes! That’s where they were from!

      2 years ago
    • Yup! I had three. One was a scrabble game, one was an operation game…you know, the one where you have to pick up the little pieces and if you touch the sides it makes a buzzing noise, and the third was like a pinball game…I think it was Monster’s Inc actually. They were pretty cool for free, low graphic computer games.

      2 years ago
    • I remember getting the newest version of AOL on CDs free from cheerio boxes!!

      …I remember when people actually used AOL!!

      2 years ago
    • Completely remember this :)

      2 years ago
  20. Back in the day, like the 1970s-80s, I used to get free stuff from time to time in Canada but I agree, those days are long gone. For example, my teen friends and I would go through the entire Eatons and Sears cosmetic departments and ask for a free sample of each perfume we liked – they would give us a whole vial each of each type and thank us for shopping there even though we didn’t buy anything. We also frequented an ice cream shop on Manitoulin Island and my Dad would tip heavily so that our “small” cones always had like, 5 scoops. But man…..I can’t even get some free chips from my step-sister waitress…..people are TIGHT! I hear that more and more online cosmetic sites are including freebies with your purchase though…..

    Cyber_3 – can see that you didn’t sleep well, but your digressions are always funny ^_^v

    2 years ago
  21. In the UK there’s only the usual buy one dish, get one free every now and then- tends to be half price more often. And you only tip waiting staff if you REALLY enjoyed your meal. You may also get something on the house if the waiters overhear it’s your birthday.

    2 years ago
  22. I live in the states (Fl) and I totally see where you’re coming from.. You just don’t get that kind of service here nowadays, and when you do find a place that has that kind of service, you treasure it because it IS so rare..

    We actually do have a local-ish restaurant that’s like the mom & pop restaurants you were talking about.. They’ll give you a little bowl of the soup of the day & a scoop of ice cream (or two if you’d like) after your meal for FREE.. Plus, It literally costs more to drive TO the restaurant (since we’re half an hour away) than it does to eat there (around $10-15 a person), AND they treat you like they’re glad you’re there, not like they’re waiting for you to finish & leave.. It’s really great, I’d eat there every weekend if I could, I swear

    2 years ago
  23. I live basically in the middle of nowhere in Illinois so Midwestern people tend to be more willing to give you free stuff when they know you or like I think (it’s the Midwestern way).
    The best story I have is that for my birthday in high school I took a bunch of my girls up to a resale shop I loved to go shopping. When we got there the owners remembered me and when I told them it was my birthday the main owner actually gave me a free bag. She had bought it for the store thinking it was designer but it turned out to be a really good knock off so she said she couldn’t sell it at her store anyway and gave it to me! It was pretty awesome!

    2 years ago
  24. Swag is always awesome here in the SF Bay Area! I’ve gotten freebies from tech conventions (i.e. Google I/O), Face Shop, Costco, and even car dealers…

    I just got a new Plug-in Prius yesterday, and was given a free year of some kind of tire/wheel/windshield chip maintenance. Some friends have gotten free car plates. Salesmen here want to keep customers happy! Oh, and there’s free electric charging stations at some work places!!

    There’s also several cafe places that have a rewards system. For example, at Starbucks, you get a free drink after every 12 stars or so. At many boba places, you get a free drink every 10 drinks.

    Oh, and there’s birthday swag! Many chain restaurants have a mailinglist, where you sign up and get coupons every now and then, and hope for something free on your birthday!

    2 years ago
  25. I’ve got a cool story, bro! Really I do. Listen children!
    I lived in southern California and there was a really happenin sushi resturant me and my friends would go to all the time. Service was fantastic, prices great and they would give free stuff too like salads out miso soup, even ice cream! Well, both me and one of my friends got dumped around the same and went there together and were there for HOURS drinking Asahi and eating edamames like they were going out of style. The kind waiter asked us if we were ok! ^^ So, my friend told him and we was sympathetic and kind and didn’t push us out or anything for staying too long. Well, this waiter comes back with a BOTTLE of sake! A BOTTLE. A……… bottle. “On the house for the pretty ladies!” And our tears were tears of joy at that point.
    Now, not to say that all places in America is like that…. That was literally the only place I’ve been to with that kind of service.
    Fin.

    2 years ago
    • So, I read over this comment, and something just hit me: you know, in Canada, just about every Sushi restaurant we went to was run by Korean people. I wonder if your sushi restaurant was run by Korean people as well. So, it’d still be kinda like Korean Service you’re getting. Hmmm…

      2 years ago
    • That’s a great story. That guy just bought a loyal customer for life :D

      2 years ago
    • That’s super cool. Are you in the orange group? You should let the other SoCal nasties where this super cool sushi place is xD

      2 years ago
      • I didn’t know you had your own commenting handle :D Question: is Malibu around the SoCal area?

        2 years ago
        • Yeah we do, it’s just our way of the admins looking official when we answer questions about the group. The same people who run the Facebook page, run the Disqus, youtube and G+. We have a dediated person to twitter, and we had a couple nasties doing the tumbles and pinterest, although those aren’t super active. We try to be as accessible as we can, you know?

          2 years ago
        • Malibu is in SoCal:) on the coast.

          2 years ago
        • Iiiiiinteresting…… ;)

          2 years ago
        • awwwwwwwwyeahh. See you in the LiceChat in a few!

          2 years ago
      • I was! But I recently moved to oklahoma. Yellow now! Keke. The place is called Sushi Boat in Temecula if anyone wants to know!
        US Nasties UNITE! ^^ …… Im still Orange at heart!

        2 years ago
  26. Usually, free stuff is hard to come by – but recently, I popped into a Neil’s Yard Store – and the lady gave me a whole load of samples! Which was nice..

    ^London, UK.

    2 years ago
  27. Downtown Vancouver in the summer have people working for their companies to give out free stuff. I’ve gotten loads of free deoderant, water, nestea, candy, and flavoured water. I’ve seen people give out Monster energy drinks and coke too, but I don’t like those, so I didn’t get any.

    There’s also the first week of university. It’s when major phone companies, internet companies, banks, etc come to campus to entice us to sign up for something. They give out loads of free stuff. I got a free box of mac and cheese!

    2 years ago
  28. In Spain, we have the “tapas”, but not always are for free. In my city, they usually are for free and in many places sometimes they serve you so much food (without asking for it) that you don’t need to have lunch/dinner.

    2 years ago
  29. I live in Mexico and…nothing here is free, even if it is used stuff everyone will try to sell it as expensive as they can u.u

    2 years ago
  30. It shouldn’t help, but it does help to be a tall, blonde foreigner. We got service all the time, to the point that I thought sometimes bars/restaurants just gave us service so we would stay a little longer (??).
    It took me a while to figure out that stuff was free though, sometimes I just thought my Korean was so horrible I ordered 5 extra dishes by accident

    2 years ago
    • You know, I read your comment and looked at your avatar and thought “you…you’re not a blonde foreigner,” but then I remembered that avatars don’t represent who the commenter is. I’m not a cat in a top hat endowed with the skills to both communicate in English and to leave comments on websites. Meow meow meow

      2 years ago
  31. I couldn’t take more than one sample either! I think it is because I was always taught it was impolite to take more than you needed… which would be only 1 because you don’t need the sample anyway. So the idea of taking more than 1 seems so far out to me!

    Like, I’m not going to judge you for taking more than one, but I couldn’t myself.

    2 years ago
  32. FREE STUFF!!! oh man sounds so amazing!!!

    i miss cereal box toys!! they were awesome!!

    nope we don’t really get any free stuff in England!! all i can think of are perfume samples in really tiny spray bottles…..erm…..yeah can’t think of anything else!
    oh, well i did get to have a quarter of a donut from Krispy Kremes yesterday…ahaha!! it was to try out their new peanut butter donut!
    mostly only get free stuff when there’s a promotion for it and that’s it!
    nothing so regularly and as awesome as Korea unfortunately!!

    2 years ago
  33. I live in South-eastern Europe, and one awesome thing is that 80% of the
    time, you get 2 free pancakes with your pizza when you order delivery.
    How great is that?! I have no idea why pancakes in particular., or why
    they only offer then with delivery… but I sure love free desserts…
    they… *sob*… they make me feel all special inside.

    2 years ago
  34. Sephora gives free samples, but most of the time you have to ask for them yourself. I guess it’s an Asian thing to grab more than one sample from Costco then? I’ve always done that, or went back multiple times because the food was really yummy lol #noshame Sorry, Canadian Costcos!

    2 years ago
  35. The only free service I can think of is Sam’s club food samples. Sometimes we go there early and joke oh look free breakfast! There has been a decline on toys in cereal boxes. I’ve only really seen lame word puzzles on the box. Sometimes there’s a cool toy or something but you have to order online, I think they give you a discount on it so it’s not really free. I’ve also. Seen free songs that you can download online with the code inside the cereal box. I have ordered Korean beauty products online and have received a ton of free samples! It was awesome!

    2 years ago
  36. Ohhh you sooo nastyyyyyyy, you two !!!
    MARVEL <3

    2 years ago
  37. Nope, nothing is free ever here in Holland. I got a free sample at a makeup store once and felt like hugging the lady.

    2 years ago
    • Yup, that pretty much sums it up. There are few exceptions of course, like when some companies promoting a new product they will give you free samples (most of the time it’s food) and give it to you in the supermarket or on the streets etc. But that rarely happens…

      2 years ago
    • Wait, now that I think about it, you can get some free cheese samples at cheese shops and maybe some at supermarkets..but that’s about it.

      2 years ago
      • haha, couldn’t agree more :) My parents have this cheeseperson that delivers cheese every week which he then cuts for you in his van (a riding cheese shop. So Dutch… :O…) Anyway, I always got a a slice to try when I was still living there :). And about cosmetics, Douglas generally gives you parfum samples almost every time. :D Love douglas (if i’ve got money)

        2 years ago
  38. my mom is 100% Korean and pretty much connects with an Korean wherever she goes. a Korean lady owns my favorite sushi restaurant in northern OH and when i come to visit we always get a “service” appetizer.

    2 years ago
  39. Gorditas at Taco Bell are just like all the rest of their food, not authentic Mexican food. There’s no tortilla or crunchy taco shell. They are masa (corn) pockets of deliciousness. WIth any kind of meat you like, I like mine with shredded beef. They look like this pic I’m attaching (except I think these have pork).

    As for free stuff. The only place I’ve gotten free stuff is when I go to the Korean market. It’s a nice mom and pop shop and as the wife is ringing up your stuff her husband is running around grabbing stuff and putting it in bags for you. It was very odd for me initally but I’ve grown accustom to it. It works to because it’s the only Asian market I go to, the other ones don’t do that for me. Plus they are such a sweet family, I don’t want to go anywhere else.

    2 years ago
    • Oh you guys. I’ve been with EYK for a millennia (3 years), I don’t have plans to go anywhere and I’m sorry if I gave that impression. It was only that particular review I almost gave up watching, not you guys as a whole. I wasn’t mad or angered about your review; I was disappointed in it. I wanted more fanfare for AKMU since you enjoyed them so much, but instead, for me, the negative comments about the industry over shadowed and outweighed all the positive points being made about them. Does that make sense?

      Anyway, I digress. Thank you for noticing and being happy that I’m still here. Like I said I have no plans to leave. If I were to leave EYK it would be a result of my love for all things Korean ceasing. So far that’s very far from happening. I may have taken a minor break from the music but I’ve delved head first into dramas again.

      https://31.media.tumblr.com/a0fc0915e9f767be23fa403d4257ac8a/tumblr_n4y5vu9NLk1ss5peto1_400.gif.

      2 years ago
  40. another nice thing is the samples you get in magazines.

    They give out really decent sized samples of high end cosmetics with the magazines
    I miss that… ㅠ..ㅠ

    2 years ago
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