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The book was given to me as a gift from a friend of mine while I was living in Korea. It is an interesting collection of stories about the whole mystical side to Korean culture and why some stil are very supersticious. It also tells an amazing story about a woman who was in-poverty as a child, abandoned by her father, betrayed by her lover and lied to by her husband to be. More often than not, Yongsu's mother is a very well intentioned and compassionate woman who becomes a great-storyteller.