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  1. B45
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    can you say: When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused. Bu

    can you say:

    When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused. But then I realized it's/it was a Korean custom and I have to respect it.

    Is this sentence okay? Are both in bold okay?

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    Re: can you say: When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused.

    What is "skinship"?

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    Re: can you say: When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused.

    Girls don't like to be touched in clubs in Korea. It's a custom of theirs.

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    Re: can you say: When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused.

    What does that mean?

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    Re: can you say: When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused.

    It's just their custom. I believe the made up word is also only used in Korea.

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    Re: can you say: When I first learned of skinship in Korea, I was a little confused.

    Drimos, please correct the information in your profile.

    When a attempting to answer a question, you must state 'Not a teacher', in accordance with the forum rules.

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