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Technology in South Korea

July 23, 2014

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If you couldn’t tell from the enthusiasm in our voices, we find the topic of technology in South Korea really exciting. There’s so much cool stuff here! Now, I’m worried that some of the things we mention here might be common in your countries. Forgive us if they are. We just remember not having these in Canada. It’s been six years since we lived in Canada, though, so maybe some of this stuff is already available there. If so, please let us know!

Otherwise, here are some other cool things that we didn’t talk about!

Built in Rice Dispenser

Ok, so this isn’t really an electronic thing, but it’s pretty badass. Rice is a big part of Korean cuisine. So big, it seems, that a rice dispenser is built into our cabinets. So, there’s a thin little drawer right beside our appliances drawer. I pull the thin drawer out, turn a nob, and exactly one cup of rice comes out into a little box at the bottom, and I pull that box out, then dump that into my rice cooker. IT’S SO BRILLIANT! We don’t eat a lot of rice, so we put other stuff in there, like barley and quinoa instead. But, still, it’s cool

Ceiling Clothes Dryer

Ok, now this thing here is electrical. Here’s the deal: our washing machine is in the room beside our kitchen. Attached to the ceiling is this odd box with a few bars on it. That box has a remote control that does a few things. With that remote control, I can have the bars lowered, since the bars are attached to an accordion contraption, which attaches to the box. So, I lower the bars, then put my wet clothes on hangers, and put those hangers on the bars. Then I push another button on the remote to bring the bars back up to the box. But here’s the cool part: I push another button on the remote, and the box is now a fan that blow-dries the clothing. AMAZING! It’s not hot air that shrinks your clothing or anything. Just a nice fan that blows on your clothes from above. It’s so brilliant! It’s off the ground so you can still walk around. And as soon as it’s done drying, you can simply bring your clothes over to your closet, as they’re already pre-hung. That’s pretty awesome, IMO.

Warning: Tech Ain’t Cheap Here

This was majorly disappointing for me. Before coming to Korea I was under the impression that living in Asia would result in buying cheap electronics for everything, but that’s really not the case in Korea. Tech stuff here is expensive. It’s actually cheaper to buy a Samsung TV in Canada than it is in Korea. Our TV cost us three times more than the TVs we’ve seen at Best Buy.

Now, supposedly the reason why things are so expensive here is because they come with lifetime warrantees or something like that, so if anything ever goes wrong you can just bring your Samsung product to the Samsung shop (and those things are fairly prevalent around here). We still haven’t had to bring anything in, so it’s kinda good that our electronics aren’t faulting, but still kinda bad that we spent so much money on it. Eerrgghhh :(

So, that’s it for this week’s TL;DR. Let us know if you have any cool tech stuff that’s common in your country that you didn’t see in other countries. I’m sure there’s stuff here in Korea that we’ve taken for granted. Let us know if we forgot any!

Otherwise, make sure you click on this pretty button here below for more TL;DR videos! We’re flying out to Sweden tomorrow early morning, so we might not be as active in the comments as we usually are, but we’ve still got videos prepared in advance! Don’t miss out on them, including our important Coffee Shop Opening Party Announcement video tomorrow!

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  1. Well in my lovely little country of Florida,USA the only thing we really have that’s close to anything you guys were talking about is that some parking garages will tell you if the floor is full or not. But that’s only at specific places like the airport and it tells you on an overhead sign that’s really close to where you have to turn, so you kind of have to look quickly and make a decision to go in or keep going(also the parking lot has a ramp that’s like a swirly slide yay Orlando international airport!). One thing that we have in Orlando, is at some high schools they will have a water fountain and then on top there’s like this sort of box thing with an indent shaped like a water bottle. You can place your water bottle on/in it and it will automatically fill up your water bottle. The first time I saw this I just thought “Why doesn’t my high school have this??? This is the future people!”

    2 years ago
  2. I remember a while back when you guys did a TL;DR on cool gadgets you couldn’t live without, you guys should go back at talk about any improvements that have been made to those gadgets or like anything new that has taken it’s place or if those things just died and disappeared.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip7omsR_XrE

    2 years ago
  3. Ok, let me tell you about the technology in Townsville.

    …………………

    2 years ago
  4. Recently when I went to China, there were escalators that slowed down when no one was on it and sped up when it sensed someone on it. But Korea’s escalators seem much cooler. XD

    2 years ago
  5. I live in Singapore and it appears that we have quite a few that you already mentioned. But regardless, I am sure Korea is way more innovative and high-tech than in Singapore in terms of home technology because LG is really leading the world in bringing high-tech home appliances to the world and Singapore is one of the recipients. The thing about Singapore is that there is barely any improvement in terms of technology because most of us live in government-leased flats, (I am sure you guys have seen them everywhere during your trip here!) so it’s really a no-frills apartment. If the government do not take the initiative to push for all the cool energy and resource saving technology then it is unlikely the private sector will do the same. Besides, the extra costs would likely be passed on to the citizens eventually, so it’s quite unlikely that I would ever get an apartment as cool as what you guys are having now. :(

    As for public areas, I think one of the more convenient ones include bus stops having boards that tell us how long more till the next bus arrives for every bus service that stops at the bus stop. This applies to only the bigger and busier bus stops though. For parking, we actually have a parking system where every car has a in-vehicle unit with a stored value card or cash card, then it automatically beeps and deduct the parking fee from the car without us having to manually insert the card. Some older carparks still require the manual insertion though, but getting rare. The light thing above the cars and the number of parking lot display has been going on for a long time in Singapore already though! Not sure if this is cool or not, but the newer shopping malls or the newly renovated ones have toilets that flushes on its own using a motion sensor once you are done, together with the taps that are also motion sensored. Pretty much means you don’t have to touch anything else in the toilet except to lock the door!

    2 years ago
  6. i live in Michigan in the United States and we dont really have any technology that blows your mind.

    2 years ago
  7. I think it is really cool that those types of technology have made it into the homes of consumers. Stuff like that just takes a while to get to consumers or become affordable that consumers can buy it here int eh U.S. I remember years ago when I use to work at The Wiz, flat screen TVs were something like $3k-$10k. Now you can get them for way cheaper than that.

    As far as local tech:
    – In Seattle, some of the parking garages downtown have electronics signs up that tell you how many spots are available similar to what you guys have.
    – the bus stops in Seattle have electronics sign that tell you exactly when the next bus will be there. It can even tell you if there is a delay. All the buses have transmitter that sends signals to the bus stops. You can even download an app to your phone that tells you how many minutes until the next bus will arrive, how many mins for the bus after that one and all the nearest bus stops and bus lines to your location.
    – In New York, some of the train stop have electronics signs that tell you when the next train will show up, but they only have them at popular stations.
    – In New York some of the popular underground train stations in Manhattan and Brooklyn have free wifi, I think some of the bus stops do as well.
    – I used to work for a small company that rented a floor in a building and they had a very similar video intercom system like yours. We could see the people downstairs and buzz them in. You also got into the building via keypad.
    – At the New York Times Building in New York and at the PopCap Games building in Seattle, you press the number of the floor you want to go to before you get into the elevator. Once you are inside the elevator has no buttons. This is suppose to help with traffic so you are not stopping at several floors before you get to your destination.

    I can’t think of anything else, but I wonder if I am just taking them for granted? I follow a few channels on youtube that are from people in Japan and I think it is cool that their microwave and conventional oven are the same appliance and it talks to them … but then again I have an electric stove/oven so that may just be the same thing, but a step down.

    2 years ago
  8. In Portugal the things that I saw is the shopping mall system (I only saw it at one mall), when you arrive to the parking lot they have a screen telling you if the floor are all taken or if you have parking spot and each eat parking spot has a sensor that put green light if its available or red for taken. the other thing is the machine with the little camera that let you see who is by the gate and you can talk and open the gates but the door you have to open yourself and the machine is next to the door.
    I can say that we are far behind technologically compared with South Korea kkkk

    2 years ago
    • oh I forgot! I also see traffic lights with mini solar panels (solar panel are very expensive so its rare to have it at the house), I see a lot of windmills for electric power around Portugal and we will have in 2015 the first city in the world to have with fully LED streetlights (the name of the city is Coimbra)!

      2 years ago
      • Here in Alentejo a lot of people have invested in solar panels, especially those to heat up water. And since 2013 (or 2012, can’t remember) that all the new houses have to have one.

        2 years ago
  9. For me, it wasn’t here in France. It was in Japan.
    MAGIC TOILETS EVERYONE.
    Magic toilets.
    Scary at first, but boy was it impressive xD

    2 years ago
    • sooo…what exactly is a “magic” toilet? i’m so amused haha!

      2 years ago
      • I assume a toilet that will wash your butt with the press of a button! And play you music to cover up the sounds of your business if you are embarrassed! some are more complicated than others, but they really are everywhere! and always the next stall over will be one of those squatter toilets which is in the ground…

        2 years ago
    • haha…I’ve been in Japan 7 years and it actually shocks me when there isn’t a “magic” toilet.

      2 years ago
  10. The technology that totally blow my mind isn’t actually available yet but i really hope it will happen soon.

    It’s some solar panels that put together make up roads.

    It’s a ongoing project that some guy made so everybody show their support!
    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/solar-roadways
    (check out the “Solar FREAKIN’ roadways” video on the website it’s pretty amazing)

    2 years ago
  11. Im from melbourne and the shopping centre near my area has the lights above the parking spots and tells you how many spots are left in each level and the elevators slow down rather than stop completely. the thing about paying for parking without having a ticket sounds pretty awesome though!

    2 years ago
  12. My husband and I live in a tiny town called Maylene, literally the only land mark we have is a post office. We’re honestly super lucky that we have internet here. It’s really pitiful. I’m definitely living in the past rather than the future. Seriously, our neighbors were super astonished that our shed/outbuilding gets power to it. This neighborhood was a trailer park before the lots got divided and the houses started to get built, and we’re still finding old beer bottles and electrical wires out where the trailers must have been. We also have packs of wild roving backyard chickens that live in the woods. No one really knows where they came from. Small town, back woods Alabama is quite an adventure…just not a very technologically advanced one.

    Side note: I recently learned that chickens will keep snakes away…chickens are terrifying.

    2 years ago
  13. Strangely Barbados is doing pretty well with solar water heaters and has been for years. I thought solar water was actually more widespread in other places until I visited other islands and realized … nope, it was just us. Pretty much everyone in Barbados has a solar panel on the roof and it’s been that way for as long as I could remember. We are also getting into solar energy for school and private homes too. A few years ago they built a nursery school which is run completely on solar.

    2 years ago
    • That’s really awesome. I really want to do some kind of alternative energy, be it solar or wind. Our electricity bills over the summer are insane.

      2 years ago
      • Yeah, the problem is that the set up cost for solar is really high and you only see the payoff if you are permanently living in your house for at least 10 years. Like you can get your electricity bill down to nothing, but you will be paying off your solar installation for a while. However, at least you will always know what your bill will be and there would not be any surprise jumps in cost. I would like to fully outfit my house with solar panels but we were having an issue figuring out where to put them because we need to access the roof sometimes.
        Also, I live in Barbados, land of perpetual sunshine so solar power is sort of an obvious alternative. We also used to be covered in old fashioned windmills from the times of slavery because they used to windmills to grind cane. Most of those old windmills are gone now but they are currently building modern wind turbines in the north of the island. We are trying to cut down on our oil consumption. I have not seen many hybrid cars though.
        My school is supposed to be rebuild soon ( the buildings are over 80 years old) and I am hoping green living is a part of the plans for the school whether it is in water saving devices, solar power or just green landscaping and construction.

        2 years ago
      • Could you guys talk about energy consumption/costs in Korea in your guys’ next TLDR? I know that in some parts of the U.S., energy comes relatively cheap depending on abundance of wind turbines and stuff in your area. I hear that energy costs in general can be insane in Korea!
        Last I checked, I saw that petroleum was going for close to like $2 per liter, or more than $6.50 per gallon, which is just unheard of in the U.S.!

        2 years ago
  14. Question wonder if your keypad breaks down and you not power no nothing? What happens then??????? How do you get in your house. Either way i still and always new korea’s technology was better. I would like to point out i have seen what ashleymo29 has seen how ever in Canada if i place has that its probably Vancouver. Other wise people don’t want to pay taxes in Canada because there scared of the government not using right and stealing it. I want to ask korean people this other then property being so much money and men going to the military. Why in your right would you move to Canada or the USA? I would like to point out i worked in a school this past year as an EA and there was a korean boy who can benefit from the military he was that much of a trouble maker. Now a days children have to much freedom. They get what they want and can get away with shit. We might be the land of the free but we are the land of the over priced everything. The land of the children take advantage of there parents, The land of the government stealing everything, the land of the shitty health care, the land of to much drugs and the land of the construction everywhere.

    I wish Canada had drug laws like Korea. Korea doesn’t take crap from anyone not even if you are a celebrate. Thats why i think Justin Bieber would do good with going to Korea, shipped to do military service and then put throw idol training.

    The only thing i think needs to happen is Canada/american school needs to mix with korean school. To make it not super hard on students but not to much freedom. Give me a break there children not adults. They still need a lot discipline but don’t send them to school till 10pm. 5pm or 6pm at most and i think they need to get read of the Hogwons and just have better english classes in class. You go to the Philippines and everyone knows how to speak english. You want to know why because all there school is in english. The parents teach them tagalog and to speak to there friends and etc. When they go to school they are taught in english and in tagalog not just and english class. So when they come to Canada or the USA they can speak pretty much 100%.

    And people question why i love korea its just so much better in every way.

    2 years ago
  15. While this was a great TL;DR, I was just so distracted by a)Martina’s awesome eye makeup! (what did you do to make that “line” on the bottom so seamless?) tutorial please! and b) Martina’s t-shirt – I looooooved those cute characters when I was little! I can’t believe I remember them it’s been so long.

    I thought the shot was good and you didn’t go crazypants with the arms so that you stayed in frame. For some reason, when Simon was talking about jetpacks, I suddenly thought you looked Arabic -weird!

    I’m in Canada, so I don’t really see any great “new tech” stuff around here much. Frankly, out here in the country I’m really enjoying the low tech for a change – we actually have a drinking fountain in the town square that is always cold and always clean. I just love those hay balers that trailer behind a tractor that “SPROING!” the bale back into the haywagon automatically, I could watch those for hours. I have seen farms where the cows milk themselves though, that’s high-tech but doesn’t really affect me.

    As for no wi-fi in TTC (I feel ya on the Old Mill Stn. thing, used to live in Mississauga but work downtown), there are several reasons but a big one is lack of space to put in “towers” – those tunnels are tight, especially the round ones.

    2 years ago
  16. Yay! I really love rammstein too! I know this is really dorky but I wanna see your rice dispenser :p. I have none of that cool stuff in Hawaii. I felt so old when I didn’t know how to start my cousin’s car, the kine where no need an actual key, just that sensor thing and you press a button and it’s ready to go. The engine doesn’t even make noise until you put it into gear

    2 years ago
  17. I remember moving from New Zealand to Australia and being amazed by the parking light system.
    Since then, a few issues have popped up about it though…
    We still have to use tickets, but we can pay with credit cards at the exit instead of at a pay station.
    The light only turns red if it can sense the car underneath it, so if it’s a small car, or parked incorrectly, the light will stay green.
    The blue lights used for disabled parking is easily mistaken for a free park because it’s not red.
    And last but not least, Australian car parks can be HUGE and crazy confusing, so even with the lights, finding a park can be quite a chore.

    Cool video though guise, I love the smart wall panel thingy :)

    2 years ago
  18. Iva

    I live in Shanghai and just renovated my new place last yr. I love my heated toilet with automatic flushing! now when i go to toilet somewhere else i often forget about flushing and get confused why it’s not working even after i already washed my hands. We were also planing to buy automatic lock with password and finger print, but still didn’t. It’s imported from Korea tho…. There is a plan to have free WiFi in subways soon…but there is still nothing happening. I love how there is app fro EVERYTHING in china. you can even pay taxi with your phone! you only need to scan QR code in taxi. I also love how u can buy everything online and everything delivers to your home. EVERYTHING! i don’t even go grocery shopping anymore. I’m sure there are many other things i cant think of right now, but every time i find something new that others find normal I’m just blown away!

    2 years ago
    • how long have you been living in Shanghai? I’m going to move there at the end of August! Is it possible to use all those apps and online shopping sites if your Chinese is very basic to non-existent?

      2 years ago
    • Iva

      oh and i just remember. There are also those signs with numbers of free parking space, but what i find more interesting is that on some bigger and busy roads they have a map of few roads in front of u made with LED so the ones that are busy and blocked during rush hr are red and ones going smoothly are green, so u can change your rout and get to ur destination faster

      2 years ago
  19. My Dad recently updated our sprinkler system to a very new, very advanced system. He can turn on the sprinkler system from his phone and can even choose specific zones to turn on or off. The sprinkler system also has internet access so it can access the weather forecast and shut itself off if it’s going to rain that day. However, this new system was recently abused when he used it to remotely turn on the sprinklers to get my scumbag ex boyfriend off the lawn. It worked like a charm.

    2 years ago
  20. In terms of the parking signs that let you know how many spots are available on each level, I have seen them in the US and the UK. I think it’s definitely a more recent thing because I only just started seeing them and I haven’t seen them everywhere. BUT I LOVE THEM AND I THINK THEY’RE BRILLIANT.

    2 years ago
  21. Man, I love how they used Doctor Who’s Darleks as the cover for this video! It makes me so happy to see elements from different fandomes come together!!

    2 years ago
  22. In the Metro NJ area I know of one mall with the parking deck system with the lights, they just opened it in the last year. When I first saw it, I thought is was pretty cool but it seemed very faulty because something like wind can trigger the lights.

    In my college dorm, we had keypads rather than keys. I must say it was quite nice not carrying a key. But you would still need to remember your ID to swipe into the dorm building.

    2 years ago
  23. DALEKS! Came for the Daleks but no mention of? (I suppose they haven’t invaded SK yet.)

    Anyway, being from Smalltown, USA really doesn’t offer many chances with technology. The most hi-tech thing I can think of from where I’m from are the self-checkouts at Wal-mart and at my local library. Yay for not having to deal directly with the cashier!

    When I went to Seoul last year, I was already blown away at how organized and how easy it was to navigate the subway system. Totally loved using a T-money card too. (Yup, I’m totally bumpkin.) And not really technology but I was also so impressed by the trolleys used at the Incheon airport to roll your luggages around. I thought it was innovative and a smart design that you had to press down on the handle in order to get it to move.

    2 years ago
  24. AND THEN going to the Korean countryside is like stepping back in time!! Actually we see a lot of technology when we visit our friend’s apartments in nearby towns and cities… but living in rural Korea in a village… no cool technology. Even farming techniques are very old. When you guys visit you need to do a TL;DR on the differences between city life and farm life I think.

    2 years ago
  25. There are parking lots in America with the red and green lights. It just depends on how rich the city is. lol
    Before moving to Korea a couple weeks ago, I knew some of the technology was better, but I didn’t know how AWESOME not having to carry around keys was going to be!!!! I love my keypad and will never be locked out again!! I do live in a small town, so I haven’t come across automatic flushers or any intercoms whatsoever…. :/ It depends where you live here, cuz not all these awesome things are available!! >=/ I love Korea though. lol :)

    2 years ago
  26. I think the green/red light sensor is utilized in shopping malls’ parking lots in Jakarta, Indonesia

    2 years ago
  27. HELLOOOO! torontonian here! ^_^ there are a few updates since you guise haven’t lived here in awhile. i know yorkdale mall has the parking thing where it tells you how many spots are left in each section of parking. so thats a plus, although the light availability would be even more convenient *sigh* St. George & Bloor and Yonge Station has free wifi! although it takes a while to connect and kinda patchy but hey its one step forward. Oh! another update with the TTC, some stations like Downsview (and some others but i can’t really think of them at the moment) have Presto cards. Basically you load them up with money and instead of paying cash, buying passes, or tickets to travel around, you just wave them above a senser to bypass turnstile and enter. i believe its around the GTA so its not just for TTC but other transportation systems as well. I’m not a 100% sure on this as i don’t use a presto but i have friends who do. :)

    2 years ago
  28. HOOOMG Rosefang is totally right! I moved from Oregon to Mississippi and it was like moving to a different country. I could barely understand people, the food was different, they used totally different slang- extreme culture shock.

    2 years ago
    • I live in Connecticut and when I visited South Carolina, holy cow what a difference. The grocery stores in the South are confusing! And can I just say, I’m pretty sure everyone owns at least one fully camo outfit

      2 years ago
    • And everything is religion based, right? I had the same experience moving from MN to GA. I am now back in MN, however.

      2 years ago
  29. We have the red/green parking lights at the PDX airport in Oregon. But it would be great to have them at the malls.

    2 years ago
  30. Most of the things you guys mentioned are new to me! I oddly like the idea of refrigerators having little doors so you don’t open the whole door. XD

    2 years ago
  31. Hmmm, honestly? Norway is such a wonderful country, but we are fairly behind when it comes to technology. I mean, we’re fine! But the whole wifi or having a signal everywhere with your phone – EH NO! It is sooo typical not to get a signal, let alone wifi! But we do have trolls, the nature one, not the internet ones. Well, those too, but the nature trolls crushes them.

    2 years ago
  32. Sounds amazing! I really do like the idea of having the keys that automatically open doors, elevators, etc for you. I think the closest I’ve ever come to experience that in the US is having gated communities open their gates automatically when you drive up to them, but overall nothing as large scale as what you guys have going. Maybe it’s because in the US, people who live in suburbs typically live in single houses or townhouses – basically, houses that you don’t need to reach a certain floor to get to, so the technology for the doors/elevators opening isn’t seen as economically profitable.
    As for signals in subways, I go to school in the Boston area and there’s plenty of signal down there, even though my mobile carrier gets the absolutely worst coverage in the New England area (T-mobile). No free Wifi though, it was all data :( I think the US does a great job with easily accessible, free wifi in other aspects, though, like in cafes, public areas, and larger shopping areas (like a mall).

    2 years ago
  33. Several years ago, I had my first trip to Japan and I’ll never forget my first heated toilet seat! I had no idea that such a brilliant thing has existed! I literally wanted to light a candle, pour myself a glass of Cabernet and read a book. I won’t go into many details about the other functions. *sigh*

    2 years ago
    • Our toilet seat in our apartment has the same functions. One of the toilets, though. The other one is a standard toilet. We’re at the point now that if both of us have to poop we fight for the good toilet. If we’re forced to use the other one we call it the Barbarian toilet :D

      2 years ago
  34. It seems New York City wants to install wi-fi and cell signals in the subways by 2017, but I don’t think it’s going to happen. Certain stations right now have wi-fi/signal but not in the tunnels. It’s quite a sight when the subway emerges from the tunnel and crosses a bridge, you see everyone take out their smartphones and make use of that short time they have signal. (myself included).
    USA really need the technology South Korea has with the parking lots! You don’t know how long it takes me to find a parking spot at like Costco on a Sunday ;__;
    I’m trying to think of cool technology we see everyday in New York….but I can’t think of any. My fellow New Yorkers, can you enlighten me please!? D:

    2 years ago
    • Jo

      Same deal for Boston. We’ve got wifi in some of our subway stations right now, working on getting wifi in all the stations, but still no wifi/signal in the tunnels.

      2 years ago
    • We have the cool parking lot sign thing “upstate” in Westchester at one of the malls in White Plains and Yonkers and a few of the office buildings.

      As for signal in the NYC subway… Last I heard it is going so slowly because they have to shut down part of the line for a few days to install it. I get full internet and phone signals in the subway in Boston where I live now! :D

      2 years ago
  35. I think the US is slowly getting to those tech you guys mentioned ( the automatic escalator, the little screen in the apartment), I’ve seen them around but only in new malls and apartments [mostly in the east coast). In some buildings in Thailand, when you park your cars, you drive it into this elevator slot and then get out of the car, then the slot moves to a different level and stores your car there, and then when you want to retrieve it you just give the security person your card and then they will retrieve you car.

    2 years ago
  36. Tech is awesome…the light thing we have it hear in the bathrooms of the stores…man i still have to get used to Simon’s beard

    2 years ago
  37. ohmygoodness are those daleks?! (by the way,did you know the doctor and clara are coming to south korea???)

    2 years ago
  38. I’m buying a one way ticket to South Korea.

    2 years ago
  39. One bit of tech that I found awesome was the no-touch toilet. You wave your hand and it flushes for you.

    2 years ago
    • England is pretty uneventful.. i mean, we have toilets you wave and they flush but thats all

      2 years ago
    • We have those in England xD Its not in all toilets but in quite a few (e.g. shopping malls and supermarkets)

      2 years ago
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