thethriftytrekker72 karma2013-08-25 01:41:52 UTC
I went to school in Chicago. So yeah, basically.
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thethriftytrekker63 karma2016-07-07 18:34:33 UTC
Because you were young when this happened, what would you say is the biggest thing the attack changed about your development? How do you think you might be different if the attack had not occurred?
thethriftytrekker62 karma2013-08-24 19:13:53 UTC
Yes, and Kim Jong-un was on TV basically whenever we saw one
thethriftytrekker43 karma2013-08-24 18:59:12 UTC
The North Koreans we saw were all of the highest class, so people looked fine overall. The soldiers were noticeably smaller, though. People on the street would usually give us a sort of confused look, as if they were thinking "I don't know what I'm supposed to do". It wasn't a mean exchange, but they just usually seemed confused/frightened.
thethriftytrekker43 karma2013-08-25 05:52:48 UTC
Yes, but most likely, these locals weren't just "normal" locals
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