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Jessica

Your story is very interesting! Thanks for raishng it. ^_^ I myself am half Hong Kong Chinese, half mixed of German, English, Irish, French, and Swiss, and my niece (my sister's daughter) is like you, 1/4 asian and all those nationalities PLUS more! She has blue eyes and light reddish brown hair, and though she doesn't LOOK very asian, she really embraces her asian side and is proud of it. She hasn't had the chance to experience Asia, yet though. I hope she can go there someday That's awesome that you can speak Korean! Is it your first language? Or is English your first language? Or French? hehe XD

Uldrich

Wow, it's very rare you see North Koreans outside of NK. You prob don't rmebeemr too much since you were only there until 7. To be born in North Korea and end up living in Europe that's definitely rare. Does your mother speak of it often? It's a fascinating place considering how isolated it tries to be. Then again I'm in the United States and there are NO North Koreans here at all (at least that I've met).

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