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“I do whatever I please for the rest of my life”Jong-boon, 83 this year, is a street vendor in Wangshimni. She lived as a street vendor inWangshimni for over 50 years. Jong-boon, who used to feed and clothe his children with theearnings from the street stalls, is now enjoying the twilight of her life without worrying aboutfeeding her children with.In the late afternoon, friends gather at Jong-boon's stall. Jong-boon and friends trim chives, steamcorns, and bake rice cakes.Trot songs flow in the stall and the story of Jong-boon's Thug Life' goes on.
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