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Survey: South Korean kids want cellphones
Posted:?May 6, 2008 4:30 PM

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A Korean-language Yahoo Website survey found that mobile phones have topped the list of gifts South Korean children most want, according to Agence France-Presse report.
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I bet it is a Samsung phone!
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Smart, practical kids. They can have games and MP3 functionalities all rolled into a cellphone.
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(3) Survey: South Korean kids want cellphones Posted:? May 16, 2008 9:28 AM
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All forms of media are attracting children to use cellphones. As we are treading the electronic age, technology is also beginning to be instilled in the young generation. Easy communication has also been a fad among Korean children and getting a cellphone gives them the satisfaction of enjoying technology in its simplest form.   
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They remind me of tech-savvy Japanese kids in the 80s with their Sony Walkmans and Casio game and watch consoles.
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