We mentioned in our video that we have a few more Korean superstitions to talk about in our blog post. They’re not as fun or interesting for us to talk about like the other ones (like Fan Death: seriously guise…FAN DEATH!), but they’re cool to know if you’re interested in facts about stuff and life and you know.

1) Don’t Eat Bread on an Exam Day:

Question: did you ever wonder why you failed that last test? Did you eat bread on that day? If you did, then that’s probably why, dummy! “Bread” in Korean, “bbang” is also the word for 0. So, if you eat 0, you get 0. See how much that makes sense? Atkins diet, FTW!

2) Don’t Eat or Do Anything Slippery on an Exam Day:

Hey: remember that test that you failed, dummy? Did you eat any seaweed soup in the morning (FYI, if you didn’t know, seaweed soup is an acceptable breakfast meal in Korea). Did you put conditioner in your hair when you showered? If you did either of these things, which are slippery, then you let your test results slip through your fingers, or something like that. I don’t know. Don’t do slippery crap on test days! What about slides??? WHAT ABOUT SLIDES!!!???

3) Don’t Crack an Egg on an Exam Day:

WTF YO? What’s with all of these things you’re not supposed to do an eat on exam days? Why so many superstitions about exams? Korea takes its education seriously. You know what’s North American superstition for exam days? Don’t sleep in on exam days. It’ll result in bad grades, because you didn’t attend the damned test!

4) Dream of Pigs or Dragons…not G-Dragons:

You should totally do it. If you do, then hop on over to a convenience store and buy a lottery ticket right away. Dreaming of pigs/Dragons means that you’ll have good luck with money, or something, so buy a lottery ticket. You know: I have no idea how lottery tickets are bought in Korea. I never actually saw a lottery ticket before. I’m gonna have to figure out how to do it. We should make a video about how to win a million bucks via the lottery in Korea. That’d be great.

5) Be a Jerk on Moving Day!

Well, don’t be a total jerk, but a partial one, meaning: don’t sweep up your apartment when you’re about to leave. Pack up all of your stuff into the moving van, and leave the floors dusty. It’s supposed to confuse evil spirits into thinking you haven’t actually moved and are still living in that old place. That seems crappy for the next people moving in, unless in sweeping up your crap they throw away the spirits? Someone help me out here. I just remember being told on our moving days (we’ve had a couple while we’ve been here in Korea) not to sweep up ALL the dust. I wasn’t about to beg like “OH PLZ LET ME SWEEP I LUV SWEEPING” so I left it. Thank you, Korean superstition!

On the opposite side, I like how in Korea people don’t care about opening their umbrellas up indoors, which was a superstition I grew up with (but didn’t care about). Oh, and no “blessing” people after they sneeze. Try it out on your Korean friends/students/co-workers in Korea and they’ll be like…um…WUT.

Also, I’ve never asked about breaking mirrors, but my superstitions tell me you’ll get seven years of bad luck for it. Does Korea have the same thing? All I know is my Baka (“grandmother” in Croatian, not “idiot” in Japanese) broke a mirror-magnet I gave her, and then I (Martina) broke a bone every year for, like, seven years and she blamed it on herself. Which doesn’t make any sense, because the bad luck should go to her, but she explained that because I gave her the mirror, the bad luck went to me. How about I’m clumsy? That’s a good reason! Anyhoo, share your superstitions stories with us! I love seeing how different cultures have similar superstitions and then polar opposite superstitions at the same time!

  1. English Superstitions:

    A black cat crossing your path is good luck (not bad as in America)

    A bird pooping on your head is good luck

    Walking under ladders is bad luck

    Step on a crack break your mothers back

    Don’t walk over three drains (which so I’ve heard is only a very regional thing to the south east/london)

    Don’t walk under road signs (which apparently is also regional)

    If you say something you don’t want to happen you ‘touch wood’ (some people touch their head or men sometimes touch their groin if they are around friends)

    Four leaved clovers are lucky

    A horseshoe upside down is bad luck, and good luck the right way up

    Also people put a stick figure with a semi circle outside their front door for good luck

    If you get one of your own fallen eyelashes, make a wish

    Find a penny pick it up all day long you’ll have good luck, but give it to a friend and your luck will never end

    You can catch a fairy, which is the little seeds from dandelions if you see one in the air, catch it and make a wish

    Never put new shoes on a table

    Or cross someone on the stairs

    The rhyme about magpies and their superstitions: one for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl and four for a boy, five for silver, six for gold, seven for a secret never to be told……
    that goes up to twelve but I don’t know what it is, although if you see one you have to salute it or say “good morning mister magpie” – apparently northerners say “hello mr magpie one, two, three, say good morning to your wife and family”

    Ravens are an omen of death

    It is unlucky to see bats flying at night

    There are loads more but these are the ones I see on a daily basis….now thinking about it, we are a rather superstitious bunch ahha xxx

  2. Arabic superstition

    My mom says that you shuldn’t cut your Nails on saturdays or else you’ll be poor

    and also that if you find hair in your food it means that you’re bound to recive or give away a gift, longer hair = bigger/expensiver one

    sweedish superstition

    In midsummer, you shuld visit 7 fields and pick 1 different kind of flower from each field = 7 flowers. They say if you put the flowers under your pillow and go to sleep you’ll see your future husbands face in your Dream

    don’t wistle inside = bad luck

    If you see a black cat you must spit 3 times to avoid bad luck

  3. Two ways to make yourself dream about the person you are going to marry in Sweden:

    1: On midsumers eve you pick 7 (or 9) different flowers. For every flower you have to hop over a fence, and you do it in complete silence. The flowers you put under your pillow.

    2. Before you go to bed you eat over-salted porridge and don’t drink anything. The person that give you something to drink in your dream is your future spouse. The more expensive the drink is, the more money you will have in the marriage. Water= poor, wine= rich.

  4. i can understand why Koreans are superstitious of #4 because they used to speak Chinese and use the Chinese writings and stuff. My mom grew up learning some Chinese along with English (not sure if thats true now there). So a lot of Chinese traditions were adopted by Koreans including superstitions.

    and I’ve never heard of the fan thing but my mom gets terrified at the thought of sleeping with the door closed. Like my whole life she makes sure all the inside doors are open. I’m like ummm…..ok? lol. She also told me about the red ink thing too. and I wish someone told my mom about the moving day thing. lol. jk. but she gave me and my husband soooo much grief about not cleaning up our old place. My mom is a 500% clean/neat freak so I have a hard time believing that superstition exists. lol!!!

  5. Have you ever experienced anything supernatural in Korea (like ghost stories, paranormal activity, etc.)? :’3

  6. Well there is one superstitions I was constantly told as a child living in Indonesia. We are not to play hide and seek at dusk for it is the time when evil spirits wonder around. I didn’t believe and ignored it but then I saw quite a number of articles reporting on missing children living in my town. They were all last seen outdoor playing hide and seek at dusk, some managed to come back home while others didn’t. Scared the hell out of me really. Since then, I have stopped playing hide and seek (even indoors)….

  7. Speaking of bad luck, and breaking mirrors/glass, Martina I have a unfortunate, but interesting story.

    Ok, so, my grandparents on my mothers side have lots of picture frames with pictures of our family, but they had one special one which was a gift from my dad, that had a picture of me inside it. Now my dad hasn’t been around a lot in my life, so it was more special than just a ordinary picture frame, you know? Well I was over at my grandparents at the time, and we were all sitting on the couch, and we heard a clash like glass breaking. So we checked, and it was my dads picture frame, with the glass holding my picture all cracked up. I was sad and we were planning on replacing it. Then, a week later, I found out my dad died from a sudden heart attack. WHAAAT.

  8. Question! How are babies (typically) raised in Korea? I’ve lived a lot abroad and with all this “Royal Baby George” stuff going on in the news, I’ve been kinda curious about Korean Babies. And how things tend to go with them? … I mean in Germany the kids get to run starkers until they hit puberty. and such stuff. anyway.

    What do ya think?

  9. “Dream of Pigs or Dragons…not G-Dragons” lmfao XD and when I heard “fan death” I thought it meant that the fans would die haha I was like I don’t wanna die >.< lol jk

  10. Superstitions from my cambodian mother, I was born in the US so a lot of things i was told not to do were not backed up with a reason or a consequence if I did them.
    1. If you dream of a snake (constrictor) wrapping around you, you will get married soon. This is also believed in Thailand
    2. Don’t eat in the dark or you’ll be eating with ghosts
    3. You cannot sleep (on the bed or on the floor) with your feet directly towards the door or you’re inviting ghosts into your room
    4. If you choke on your own spit, someone is talking about you ( i think its a family member but not 100% on this one)
    5. However you treat your mother is how your child will treat you.
    6. Eye twitching. One side is good luck and the other is bad. I always mix the two up.
    7. A bride is not suppose to smile during her wedding, it’s bad luck. I think this one is because of all the arranged marriages in Cambodia. Whenever I watch TV a movie or music MV and there’s a wedding, the bride is usually in tears from being forced to marry some guy. I’m guessing “yeah you’re crying but you’re gonna have a good life with the guy your parents chose for you because they know better” type deal

  11. I’ve dated several Korean men, and all of them believed the superstition about not buying shoes for their girlfriend. For them, it was extended to all kinds of footwear, not just high heels. And the saying was that she will “walk out of your life” with the very shoes you bought her. My current boyfriend is not superstitious, but his Korean mother is, and she actually had me give her a dollar after she bought me a pair of shoes. She stated that superstition as the reason why I needed to pay for them… so apparently it’s spreading from men buying high heels for the their girlfriends to anyone buying any kind of shoe for anyone that could potentially leave your life? Not sure…interesting though!

  12. I think that fan death is more than plausible… except that the reason behind it is wrong.

    – Fans don’t produce their own air, do they? They blow the air behind them forcefully outwards.
    – If it’s very HOT and all your doors and windows are closed in your room, then the air that is blowing from the fan will be hot.
    – Much like an oven. Lower temperature is required for a fan-forced setting than a conventional one. The fan is assisting in heating you up.
    – This could definitely lead to HYPERthermia and could kill you.

  13. In Romania if the bride’s dress gets dirty or something even worse that means bad luck and the broom shouldn’t see the dress before the wedding. We also have even weird ones like playing with the scissors. If you just “cut the air” with the scissors and you don’t use it to cut a paper or something that means that your parents are gonna have a fight.

  14. There are a lot of Chinese people in Malaysia, so we have the whole “don’t write a name in red” and the number 4 thing as well. But now I don’t think I can ever look at the fan in my house the same way ever again…

  15. Your fan death thing is something I find really interesting, because while I was studying abroad in Korea, my host mother really didn’t want me to leave the fan on at night. She thought I would get too cold. I thought it was insane, since it was like 90 degrees at night (35ish degrees Celsuis? I dont know, I’m American) and I HATE being sweaty when I wake up. I thought it was arbitrary, but she probably just didn’t want a dead American high-schooler to deal with. Understandable!
    Also, I think the whole “unlucky 13th floor” is bizarre, since the thirteenth floor STILL EXISTS, we just call it the 14th floor, but that doesn’t make it so. Lucky number 7? Also confuses me. I think in the United States at least, we have a lot of random lucky things, not just lucky ones. Lucky horseshoe, lucky 4 leaf clover, along with random lucky trinkets people assign luck to arbitrarily etc…

  16. If you’re in a small, enclosed space and there are toxic fumes circulating, having a fan on for extended periods of time really could cause health hazards and maybe even result in death. There are fumes like carbon monoxide, which is a colorless and odorless gas. The scenario has to be “just right” for death by hypoxia/suffocation to occur, but korean people tend to be cautious by cultural standards regarding health— and especially on the topic of death. I guess it’s better to be safe than sorry, but it’s still funny to see people freak out when you have your fan on with the windows closed.

  17. I was browsing on 9gag and saw this post: http://9gag.com/gag/a1v4X9D which immediately made me think of this video – proof that fans are dangerous objects, bent on mankind’s destruction. ;)

  18. I’m Chinese and my parents always tell me not to fall asleep with a fan blowing directly to my head. We also believe that giving shoes to people will mean that they can run away from you. Aside from the shoes, giving watches is also a bad luck because “giving watches” means song zhong and it is also the same pronunciation as funeral ritual in Chinese.

  19. I´m from Sweden and here we have one that says that it is bad luck to walk on a A-well (a street well with an A on). You can scare away the bad luck with 3 slaps to the back. A second is if you leave a white tablecloth on the kitchen table over night someone in the house is going to die. Explanation to that one is that you used to wrap the dead in white cloth.

    And a bride who sewed her own wedding dress will cry as many tears in the marriage as the number of stiches she made in the dress.

  20. I sleep with a fan in my room every night(For a Month) door closed and windows closed.Nothing happened

  21. I have Korean friends, and they told me, on test/exam days, they will take a hair out of a smart person’s head and hold on to it while taking the test/exam (you know, so the smart genes move to you :P) I thought my friends were just messing with me, but they seemed really serious… does anyone know if this is true or not?

  22. - Don’t let people broom your feets, that’s mean you aren’t going to get married

    – If you ear is itching someone is talk about you. Then you ask to a person to give you a number and then you “will” know who has. example; number 9, and you see what letter is 9 (A=1; B= 2; C=3…. I=9) and then think of a person who you know and the name begin in I.

    – Don’t wake up with the left foot, because you will have a bad day

    – the mirror, the salt, stairs and the number 13 are the same, but is bad luck no the friday, is tuesday for us

    I think there are more, but I do not remember right now

  23. I live together in Korea with my Korean boyfriend and he have told me things like= if i dont rinse my mouth with water after brushing my teeth, I can become pregnant, which all korean girls know according to him ( I must admit I laughed alot). And even better, if i wash all my dishes with soap, I will get sick, and could die. (?!)

  24. In Iraq…. Hmmmm~

    Don’t eat chicken skin/ bean skin. (For girls) Gives you a mustache XD

    If you spot a spider in your house expect visitors.

    Don’t sleep on your stomach because someone back in religious history did so because the devil told him to do so (?) I swear this one makes no sense to me O.o

    Say hello when you enter your home, because your guardian angels are there even if the house is empty.

    Dreaming about someone’s death means longevity.

  25. In France too we have the same superstition about a rainy wedding :) it’s good luck: “mariage pluvieux, mariage heureux” (rainy wedding, Happy wedding) and in Japan they have the same superstitions too : no writing someone’s name in red, and floor 4 AND floor 9 are super unlucky. In Japanese four obviously has the same meaning and pronunciation as ‘death´ and nine in Japanese sounds like ‘suffering’ in Japanese. 9:九 (ku) and suffering : 苦しい (´kurushii’ also read just ‘ku’).

  26. my korean flatmates, in Australia, would literally RUN in terror – from rain!! then rip their clothes off and wash them quickly and have a shower. Why? Because rain is poison. LOL (Ok, yes, I know Korea is very polluted. But Australia does not have acid rain.)

    • I had the same reaction as you, because in China people acted very similar. I thought it was quaint and funny that they cared so much about getting wet.

      OH NO IT’S SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT. I got caught in the rain biking home from university once. Rain got in my eyes, it stung so much! Rain got on my clothes, and left dirt all over me from the pollution. It was terrible. I had to wash my backpack because it was full of grey dust.

      Now when it rains when I’m in China, I totally run and flee like everyone else because the rain is nasty and wants to kill you.

  27. I loved the fan death XD Delightfully quirky.
    I’m not sure which superstitions here are typically Dutch, since we “bless” people after they sneeze aswell, and we also don’t open umbrellas in the house, but let’s see. (also, I heard the reason for “blessing” is because when you sneeze, your soul leaves your body for a second, and evil spirits might take over. By blessing, you keep those demons away. Pretty good reason I think, but we mostly just do it to be polite, not to chase demons away.)

    When a black cat crosses your path, it means bad luck.
    When you speak about something good that you want to happen, (or something bad you don’t want to happen), you have to knock on an unpainted piece of wood, so you don’t jynx it.
    If someone gives you a knife, you have to give a coin back, or else the ties of friendship will be severed.
    Don’t put your shoes on the table, it brings poverty.
    Spilling salt means bad luck, so if you do spill salt, pick some up and throw it over your shoulder to un-jynx yourself.. or something.
    Spilling sugar however, means you’ll get a visitor that day.
    Don’t buy red cabbage on mondays. You will get into arguments.
    If a train passes while you’re riding under the bridge it passes over, you get to make a wish.
    Killing a ladybug will bring bad luck.
    When taking a drivers’ test, put a nut or a potato in your pocket (idk why XD i also don’t know if it applies to other tests aswell)
    A boy sitting inbetween two girls, or a girl sitting inbetween two boys gets to make a wish.
    First put on your left shoe (to leave the past behind), and next your right (go towards a good future).

    We also have the lucky clovers, rabbit feet and horseshoes (only if the opening is on the up-side, else the luck will flow out),
    but I guess those aren’t typically Dutch or anything. I really don’t know if any of these are.

  28. Some of the superstitions I grew up with in Norway, not that interesting. We also have the normal “Break a mirror, seven years of bad luck” and the “Knock on wood.”

    1. If you wave something white at the northern lights, it will come down and take you.

    2. If you see a black cat cross the road, spit three times.

    3. If you drop a spoon or fork, guests are coming.

    4. If you leave a bread upside down, you’ll be poor.

    5. Girlfriends should not knit sweaters for their boyfriends before they’re married, then he’ll leave her.

  29. i can’t sleep without the noise of a fan. LOL. Also I think there wasn’t a girl in INFINITE’s Man In Love mv because I think they were inferring thatyou (the fan) is the one the members are in love with.
    Okay so I have a question. Don’t know if it’s any good but. And if someone finds it offensive I am incredibly sorry so here it is
    I’ve seen in a couple k-dramas like the loan sharks who chase you around trying to get their money back. Have you seen people like that around or have heard people like that? This is probably a really simple question to answer but it’s been bugging. Thank You!!!

  30. I’m from the Southern Caribbean and apparently:
    1) If someone’s laying on the floor and you cross over them, you’ll stunt their growth.
    2) You’re not supposed to sweep the floors or do any great amount of cleaning after nightfall, since it raises the dust and attracts evil spirits.
    3) My dad also says that when you’re sleeping, you’re not supposed to have anything with eyes in the room with you, such as posters, stuffed toys, etc.
    4) When you hear your dogs barking for no apparent reason, they’re actually barking at djinns (more evil spirits, yay).
    5) Beware of little old ladies living alone; they’re the Caribbean equivalent of a vampire, only less sparkly and more of the shedding-skin-and-turning-into-a-flying-bloodsucking-fireball type.
    6) You shouldn’t call your children’s names out loud after dusk because they’ll be approached by Asian demon children with their feet on backwards at a later date and then they’ll be kidnapped and drowned at a conveniently located river.
    7) Don’t stand under silk-cotton trees. Ever.
    Wow, this went from airy fairy superstitions to straight up folklore lol. Onward, to cheerier things.
    8) If your palm itches, you’ll get paid/come into money/etc.
    9) …………
    I think that was the most positive thing I could have come up with. We’re pretty depressing down here XD
    I’ve thought about it for a full 5 minutes and yeah, that’s the happiest one I’ve got =/

  31. It’s actually just shoes in general, not just high heels. If a man gives shoes to a woman he is dating then there is a very high chance she will wear those shoes to run away/break up with him. I’m not to sure how the hell our culture got this superstition, but yeah. You would think it would change now to if you buy your girlfriend a brand name bag she will run away…

    Anyway I don’t know if this a widespread superstition in korean or if it was just my mom’s, but she would always tell me not to whistle at night because it would call snakes to our home…yeah…

    Oh and the whole fan death is really taken seriously by some people in Korea. After the news reports about fan death went out I seriously wanted to murder the person who spread this, because I went to Korea to visit family in the summer and I was not allowed to keep the fan on while I slept. Let me tell you Korea in the summer SUCKS!!! It is so humid and hot, and I come from a state where more than half the year is filled with grey skies and rain. Well that’s my two cents…

  32. If anyone is interested in superstitions in other cultures…

    There is this religion in Cuba, called Santeria, which is basically Voodoo. And it’s very common to see this practiced in Miami cause there are so many Cubans living there. There are some really weird superstitions that come with that I have growth use to growing up.

    1. Many that Santeria worshiper worship their gods through Catholic saints. For ex. Saint Barbara is really Shango, the god of fire, to people who practice Santeria. So since the Catholic church I live in front of is called Saint Barbara Church….It’s normal to find chilcken sacrifices and Statues of saint barbara with it’s face smashed in my driveway…

    2. When someone is ill you dress them in all white to purify them of the illness.
    3. And my favorite, when you want to get rid of an unwelcome guest you take a broom, turn it upside down (so the bristles should be facing up) and put some salt on top of the bristles. We are catholic, but my aunt did that to get rid of someone that just wouldn’t leave our house and it worked like a charm. I died laughing when I worked.

    That’s just a few but most interesting ones I know of. Every cultures got its thing. I believe someone from another Hispanic country told me Tuesday the 7th, are unlucky in their country. Can’t confirm, but that’s what I was told.

  33. I live in North America and 13 is actually my lucky number. Well, 13 and 43.

  34. IDK if this is a mexican thing but my mom used to tell me not to leave my feet uncovered because the devil would grab me at night. Thing is I live in Texas (its HOT) and till this day even if i am sweating bullets i will keep my feet covered.

  35. Well one from where I am (Ireland) is that it’s unlucky to put new shoes on the kitchen table. Yuss… It exists but I have no idea why. I remember once I bought shoes, set them on the table to show my mother and after she gave her opinion on them she casually added, “Now take them off the table, it’s dangerous.” And I was like, “Whuuuuu?”

    Also, if you have an itchy nose it means you’re going to have a fight with someone (not physical) and so to stop this, you must shake hands with whoever is nearest to you! My grandmother believes rats are an omen of death, that if you see one someone in your family will die. Also, it’s believed to be good luck if bird poo lands on you… Bad times in my opinion.

  36. My great grandmother says that if you dream of fish someone near you is pregnant.

  37. Superstitions in Romania (which I don’t believe in):

    1. If a black cat passes by in front of you, that’s bad luck.

    2. Even if you see a black cat, that’s bad luck. (there is also has a weird way to get rid of the bad luck: to “spit” 3 times on your…hmm, chest area…and say sth that would literally translate as – “Die, devil” – I think it’s because the black cat is seen as an embodiment of the devil)

    3. Passing under stairs is bad luck too.

    4. Oh, have you just locked the door on your way to somewhere and forgot sth at home? Don’t even dare to go back and take it. That’s also bad luck

    5. You know what dropping salt on the floor gives you (except for sth to clean off the floor)? Yay for more bad luck.

    6. I’m pretty sure breaking a mirror also gives you seven years of….bad luck.

    7. Is it 13 of the month? Too bad, bad luck. Is it 13 and Friday? Even more bad luck. Is it Tuesday 13? That’s the worst of luck you can have. (And although I don’t believe in superstitions, my grandpa died on a Tuesday, 13 so I guess I know have a sort of a bad feeling on such days, but not really of fear of what could happen). And, oddly enough, people born on the 13th of the month are the luckiest I’ve ever met.

    8.Finally, for a bit of good luck (sort of), breaking a mug means that you’re letting go of the troubles and starting anew.

    I’m pretty sure there are more of them, but I can’t think of anything else right now. But I’d also like to address sth else here, and that is premonitions. Which are not quite superstitions, and for some work, for others they don’t. And, most of the times, they come in the form of dreams. And some may think of them as simple coincidences, but for me, premonitions are not just that.

    Like it is said that if you dream that you’re having a haircut or that you’re missing a tooth, that means sth bad will happen to someone you know. Mum dreamt she had a haircut – the next day, my dad’s parents were attacked by bees in the forest. Mum dreamt she was missing a tooth – the next day, my dad’s father broke his leg (and he was like 72 or 73 when it happened). I dreamt both of these and…nothing. Although I have had some dreams come true; as in I found myself in real life in the exact situations I had been in my dreams a while back. And the worst premonition I’ve ever had is also related to my grandpa, my mum’s father – a couple of months before his death I dreamt I received a call from my grandma telling me that he was dead. Fast forward two months and I actually found out about his death on the phone, from my mum.

    Then, again, it is said that if your left eye itches, you’re going to have unannounced guests. I swear every time my mum has an itchy-left-eye, it never takes more than 2 hours to have someone at our front door. And it has been like this for as long as I can remember.

  38. Haha, Simon, Martina’s correct about the center of a tornado. I’m from Illinois- dead center of Tornado Alley. Wait, have you heard of Tornado Alley? …well it gets a lot of tornadoes :P

  39. Hmm.. didn’t see a dragon… nor a gdragon.. but for some reason i saw Taeyang in my dreams last night :DD could that mean something :p´??

  40. Four is a good number in Japan. Often, there are special markets or sales on the 4th, 14th, and/or 24th of the month! This is very true in an area called Sugamo in Tokyo. It is sometimes called Old Lady Harajuku.

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