South Korea's 'antenna man'

Satellite TV fan hopes to use passion to bridge cultural divide.

    Every year thousands of South Korean men travel overseas to find a wife.

    But for the brides they bring back, adjusting to life in a new country can be challenging.

    Now one man is hoping to change all that by using his passion for satellites to bridge the cultural divide.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Kyle meets South Korea's "antenna man".

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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