Joy this post was here about one month ago - I remember it because no one was able to translate it (Ithink it was deleted) - I was able to translatebits and pieces of it using Bing translator.
I was able to read 2 pages of this blog in broken English - and the bottom line is people in Korea are using acupuncture to help in their healing and it is working. (That is the point I think Kharma is trying to make).
That being said it is only a suggestion that instead of going for surgery try having acupuncture first.
Kharma - the problem here is, people should not post things in languages we can not understand or translate it comes across as scam or ads. Please try to find a way to translate it first before posting a link. It took me almost a half hour and many tempts to try to read your link.View Thread
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