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Old 06-25-2013, 06:23 PM
Location: Washington State
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I lived in an expensive building in Gangnam Gu and I know people there drank the water. I never did and when I brushed my teeth with the water, I got nauseous. I would recommend newcomers to use bottled water in Seoul.
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Old 06-25-2013, 07:57 PM
Location: Columbus, Ohio
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Originally Posted by bloom View Post
The way the water is purified in S.Korea is different than the U.S. Your system will not be used to it and you will get sick.

That being said, I adjusted my system to the water, but it was a very eventful two weeks. This was back in 99-01. I have read the water is much better now and top of the line water systems used.
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