We track four people on their journey.
What's the cost of South Korea's drinking culture?
10 Dec 2012 09:22 GMT
Students make lines on a bus terminal covered by snow to wait for transportation in Nagano City, Japan.
These \(***)snow monkeys\(***) inhabit the area known for its hot spring baths at the Jigokudani Monkey Park in the town of Yamanouchi, Nagano prefecture.
A man trudges through the snow to catch his train at the Nagano Train Station.
Fans wait in the snow before the NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Sunday.
A snow-covered statue of Vince Lombardi seen outside Lambeau Field during a major blizzard and a major NFL game.
Even the German President doesn\(***)t have any clout when the elements grounds the planes at Zagreb, Croatia.
A man removes the snow on his car in Zagreb. The Croatian capital Zagreb was under 40cm of snow on Saturday.
A pedestrian jumps over snow bank in downtown Zagreb. It was the only marker between pedestrian way and street.
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Health, Asia, South Korea
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