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foreigner clinic in gong ju or daejeon?

 
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tophat111



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2016 9:47 pm    Post subject: foreigner clinic in gong ju or daejeon? Reply with quote

I tried looking on the internet and couldnt find any. It seems like their all in seoul. does anyone know of a clinic like international clinic in itaewon. Where they speak english , good consultation, cheap prices, and if needed prescription to meds?? thanks
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tophat111



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2016 6:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

same thing here. why are you guys viewing this if you dont know. its a question not an informational guide. osrry dont mean to be rude but this always happens.
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denverdeath



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Location: Boo-sahn

PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2016 6:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

tophat111 wrote:
same thing here. why are you guys viewing this if you dont know. its a question not an informational guide. osrry dont mean to be rude but this always happens.


Well, I lived in Daejeon in '98. I'm still a bit interested in the place. I got a cyst on my wrist while there because of a dumbaSs busdriver who didnt know how to drive. Yeah?!!? My roomie said, "That looks really bad!" the next morning, so I checked w my college's admin people so I could get to a proper clinic. They helped. ALL kinds of specialists, even in small towns here. Bone problem? Check! Ball problem? Check ! Eye problem? Check! Brain problem? Check! Bring a dictionary, if needed. And, likely only 20Gs unlike the ridiculous amts u were refering to in another thread. Those dudes dont only rip u off for "english"(?) servive but also because they think ur some international sth or another. If ur here teacher english, get as good care from a korean-speaking doc near you. Personally have been to two within the past 6 months. Both were great. First could speak english well. But, you know what?!? He referred me to a korean-speaking ent to get rid of my tonsillitis. Fancy that! And, best of luck/skill!
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tophat111



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2016 8:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

denverdeath wrote:
tophat111 wrote:
same thing here. why are you guys viewing this if you dont know. its a question not an informational guide. osrry dont mean to be rude but this always happens.


Well, I lived in Daejeon in '98. I'm still a bit interested in the place. I got a cyst on my wrist while there because of a dumbaSs busdriver who didnt know how to drive. Yeah?!!? My roomie said, "That looks really bad!" the next morning, so I checked w my college's admin people so I could get to a proper clinic. They helped. ALL kinds of specialists, even in small towns here. Bone problem? Check! Ball problem? Check ! Eye problem? Check! Brain problem? Check! Bring a dictionary, if needed. And, likely only 20Gs unlike the ridiculous amts u were refering to in another thread. Those dudes dont only rip u off for "english"(?) servive but also because they think ur some international sth or another. If ur here teacher english, get as good care from a korean-speaking doc near you. Personally have been to two within the past 6 months. Both were great. First could speak english well. But, you know what?!? He referred me to a korean-speaking ent to get rid of my tonsillitis. Fancy that! And, best of luck/skill!


Hey could this man prescribe xanax to me. Im getting it right now from international clinic due to my job as a tour guide but i really hate going all the way there. I live in nearby so that wuld be easier for me. Plus would you happen to know the name of the place. thanks man. finally someone with a brain answered the question the way it was suppose to be. thanks
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tophat111



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2016 8:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

denverdeath wrote:
tophat111 wrote:
same thing here. why are you guys viewing this if you dont know. its a question not an informational guide. osrry dont mean to be rude but this always happens.


Well, I lived in Daejeon in '98. I'm still a bit interested in the place. I got a cyst on my wrist while there because of a dumbaSs busdriver who didnt know how to drive. Yeah?!!? My roomie said, "That looks really bad!" the next morning, so I checked w my college's admin people so I could get to a proper clinic. They helped. ALL kinds of specialists, even in small towns here. Bone problem? Check! Ball problem? Check ! Eye problem? Check! Brain problem? Check! Bring a dictionary, if needed. And, likely only 20Gs unlike the ridiculous amts u were refering to in another thread. Those dudes dont only rip u off for "english"(?) servive but also because they think ur some international sth or another. If ur here teacher english, get as good care from a korean-speaking doc near you. Personally have been to two within the past 6 months. Both were great. First could speak english well. But, you know what?!? He referred me to a korean-speaking ent to get rid of my tonsillitis. Fancy that! And, best of luck/skill!


Hey could this man prescribe xanax to me. Im getting it right now from international clinic due to my job as a tour guide but i really hate going all the way there. I live in nearby so that wuld be easier for me. Plus would you happen to know the name of the place. thanks man. finally someone with a brain answered the question the way it was suppose to be. thanks
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tophat111



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2016 8:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

denverdeath wrote:
tophat111 wrote:
same thing here. why are you guys viewing this if you dont know. its a question not an informational guide. osrry dont mean to be rude but this always happens.


Well, I lived in Daejeon in '98. I'm still a bit interested in the place. I got a cyst on my wrist while there because of a dumbaSs busdriver who didnt know how to drive. Yeah?!!? My roomie said, "That looks really bad!" the next morning, so I checked w my college's admin people so I could get to a proper clinic. They helped. ALL kinds of specialists, even in small towns here. Bone problem? Check! Ball problem? Check ! Eye problem? Check! Brain problem? Check! Bring a dictionary, if needed. And, likely only 20Gs unlike the ridiculous amts u were refering to in another thread. Those dudes dont only rip u off for "english"(?) servive but also because they think ur some international sth or another. If ur here teacher english, get as good care from a korean-speaking doc near you. Personally have been to two within the past 6 months. Both were great. First could speak english well. But, you know what?!? He referred me to a korean-speaking ent to get rid of my tonsillitis. Fancy that! And, best of luck/skill!


Hey could this man prescribe xanax to me. Im currently working as a tour guide and have fostered a case of anxiety. It would really be convenient for me to go some where closer like daejeon. Would be you be willing to tell me the name of it. Hey thanks man for actually being a reasonable human and answering the question like a mature one. lol
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