Flood and landslides in Korea

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13 Responses

  1. Jen says:

    As an avid reader of your blog, I’m glad to know you and your family are ok. Keep safe!

  2. karla says:

    Family is the most important treasure in our life and I can’t imagine how tragic it is for the family of Shinsegae’s chairman and other families affected by the flood.Despite everything that is happening right now ,floods,killing etc. let’s not forget that God is in control of everything.Let’s just pray.I’m glad you and your family are safe.

  3. Rouselle says:

    keep safe ^_^ god bless to all

  4. foxy lady says:

    Grabe nakakatakot naman un, I read about this yesterday sa yahoo news. We are also experiencing flooding here in Pinas, lalo na sa Bicol region. Let’s all pray for everyone’s safety.

  5. Isabel says:

    I hope the hard rain stops soon, it’s so scaring :S I hope you and your family is okay, take care =)

  6. Baek Seung Jo says:

    glad you’re safe ms. betchay. hoping for no more casualties and damages.

  7. hyeyun says:

    thanks sa mga information. its very useful,,

  8. toni says:

    Great to hear you and your family are safe! I was shocked when I saw the extent of the disaster. It’s like Ondoy in Korea.

  9. elyoka says:

    take care Ms Betchay!

  10. Eric says:

    great blog you have here. Keep up the godd work

  11. akishta says:

    My office mate just arrived from Seoul. They didn’t have a time to shop and go sightseeing because of flood and heavy rain. Indeed when nature strikes, we are helpless. Be safe everyone especially to Ms. Betchay and your family!

  12. rich says:

    Aww… saw this on the news. 🙁 I hope everything is okay now over there.

  13. Peachy says:

    Hope you’re doing okay. I also experienced a sudden flood when we lived for a couple of years in Kansas. Always remember that keeping calm is also one of the best ways to overcome a situation like this.

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