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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Terminal breast cancer patient arrives in native South Korea

She made it!
South Korea's Trade Minister Kim Jong-hoon arrives at Incheon international airport, west of Seoul
The woman who was diagnosed to have late stage breast carcinoma has finally arrived in South Korea on Friday via Delta Airlines.

Crystal Kim and her daughter, Mimi, were even upgraded to first class seats from Seattle to Inch┼Ćn, said King 5 News.
They received a warm welcome by relatives. Crystal wants to spend the rest of her life in her home country.
In an earlier report, she was not permitted to travel by Korean Air because of failing health.
Exercising its rights to refuse a passenger, the airline company feared that she "might die in flight and potentially traumatize other passengers," King 5 News said.
Upon arrival, Mimi, who plans to file a lawsuit against Korean Air, has this to say, "Your life will now be full of shame. It will be full of dishonor. It will be full of disrespect and that is your legacy. That is your punishment.
"My mother will live a life full of joy and happiness and peace, and that is her gift. That is her justice."
Details of this report here.

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