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July 24 (Bloomberg) -- The best economic indicator South Korea produces is the energy on the streets of Seoul, whether you’re navigating the throngs of young hipsters in Myeongdong, the glitzy boutiques in Apgujeong or the nightclubs full of foreign tourists in Itaewon.
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