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South Korea Gets a Public Menorah

January 2, 2009 8:30 AM
South Korea made history last week with the country’s very first public Chanukah menorah lighting, sponsored by the new Chabad-Lubavitch center in Seoul.
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A crowd gathers outside the Hamilton Hotel in Itaewon, a district popular with tourists and locals alike, for South Korea’s first-ever public Chanukah menorah lighting. Chabad House directors Rabbi Osher and Mussie Litzman, arrived in the Southeast Asian nation nine months ago.
A crowd gathers outside the Hamilton Hotel in Itaewon, a district popular with tourists and locals alike, for South Korea’s first-ever public Chanukah menorah lighting. Chabad House directors Rabbi Osher and Mussie Litzman, arrived in the Southeast Asian nation nine months ago.

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