Quake safety in Seoul

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South Korean students run out of a building during an anti-quake drill at an elementary school in Seoul on May 4, 2011. South Korea is considered relatively safe from quakes, but the Seoul government has focused on ensuring quake preparedness in the wake of Japan's March 11 massive earthquake and tsunami. AFP






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  • the undertaker Thursday, 05 May 2011 05:27 AM

    I FEEL SORRY FOR THESE KIDS- BUT WHATS TO BE DONE- THE END OFTHE
    WORLD IS AT HAND


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