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In this photo taken Aug. 21, 2010, a group of people walk by the Ojinam, Seoul's last restaurant of its kind and one of the city's most famous examples of traditional Korean architecture in Seoul, South Korea. For decades, the sprawling, stately restaurant in one of Seoul's oldest neighborhoods was the place where Korea's politically powerful brokered backroom deals while being served and serenaded by female entertainers. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)
Photo by: Lee Jin-man
In this photo taken Aug. 21, 2010, a group of people walk by the Ojinam, Seoul's last restaurant of its kind and one of the city's most famous examples of traditional Korean architecture in Seoul, South Korea. For decades, the sprawling, stately restaurant in one of Seoul's oldest neighborhoods was the place where Korea's politically powerful brokered backroom deals while being served and serenaded by female entertainers. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)

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