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Mince pie morning

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Members of the Seoul Foreign British School Choir perform at the residence of British Ambassador Colin Crooks in central Seoul, Nov. 30 as the British Association of Seoul (BASS) celebrates its first 'mince pie morning' in three years. The occasion marks the beginning of the holiday season as the BASS participates in a variety of charity works, including donating gifts to the Eastern Social Welfare Society and the Salvation Army. Courtesy of BASS
Members of the Seoul Foreign British School Choir perform at the residence of British Ambassador Colin Crooks in central Seoul, Nov. 30 as the British Association of Seoul (BASS) celebrates its first 'mince pie morning' in three years. The occasion marks the beginning of the holiday season as the BASS participates in a variety of charity works, including donating gifts to the Eastern Social Welfare Society and the Salvation Army. Courtesy of BASS
Kwon Mee-yoo meeyoo@koreatimes.co.kr


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