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A Good Girl Gone Bad Sketches Her Korean American Experience

In the age of social media, most have at least dabbled in public self-documentation of their personal lives, though few dare to be as openly unflattering — and deeply revealing — as Kyung Me. The post A Good Girl Gone Bad Sketches Her Korean American Experience appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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