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HEALTH KOREA COMEDIAN
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February 07, 2002
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE HEALTH-KOREA-COMEDIAN REUTERS - AN ELDERLY MAN
READS A BOOK ON QUITTING SMOKING...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE HEALTH-KOREA-COMEDIAN REUTERS - AN ELDERLY MAN
READS A BOOK ON QUITTING ...
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE HEALTH-KOREA-COMEDIAN REUTERS - AN ELDERLY MAN
READS A BOOK ON QUITTING SMOKING AT A BOOKSHOP IN SEOUL.


An elderly South Korean man reads a book on quitting at a bookshop in
Seoul February 7, 2002. A rising number of people have been jolted anew
by the potential health hazards after seeing a local comedian who has
lung cancer speak out against smoking on television. More than a
quarter of South Koreans, 13 million out of the 47-million strong
population are smokers, one of the highest ratios in the world. Picture
taken February 7, 2002. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE
HEALTH-KOREA-COMEDIAN
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