Rural South Koreans' Global Links Gro...

Rural South Koreans' Global Links Grow, Nourished by a Farm's S...

There are 1 comment on the New York Times story from Jun 29, 2009, titled Rural South Koreans' Global Links Grow, Nourished by a Farm's S.... In it, New York Times reports that:

YEONGJU, South Korea - Lee Si-kap, a shy farmer living in this central South Korean town, holds a record: He owns more satellite dishes than any other South Korean - 85 of them, receiving 1,500 satellite television channels from more than 100 countries, some as far away as South Africa and Canada.

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Cookeville, TN

#1 Aug 31, 2009
Anyone got a Satilite dish I can borrow?

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