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That Time I Got My Eyeballs Lasered in South Korea

On the joy and terror of LASIK surgery in Seoul

Illustration: Nikita Klimov

AA typhoon tore through the city that weekend. In Seoul, South Korea, that means dark clouds, 30-plus mph winds, sideways rain, and falling skies. Survival involves dodging branches, skirting garbage, bracing for hail, and a whole lot of running. A typhoon is like pulling a fire-alarm in the great…




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Benjamin Davis

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