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In the late 19th century, the Western population in Korea was very small and the average Korean, especially those living outside the large cities and ports, rarely had the opportunity to see a Westerner. Thus, when a Westerner traveled into the interior he often became, much to his aggravation, an object of interest.
Ensign George C. Foulk, an American naval officer attached to the American leg

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