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Refugees, foreign workers, multicultural families, and other non-citizens' difficulty in settling down and living in Korea has become a social issue.
Foreigners who know how to speak English can fully communicate with hospitals in other countries, but those who can't speak English have hard time communicating.
Providing intuitive communication service so that non-English speaker may still use the medical service.
Cheongju-si, South Korea
ga young Lee,