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Seoul airport question

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When we were in the Seoul airport, we saw a motorized cleaning machine. Think sort of a motorized handicapped chair with brushes front and (I think) back. It was driven by a housekeeper and moved rapidly around the bare spaces. We couldn't get a photo fast enough. If anyone has a photo of that, we would very much like to have it. Sounds like the perfect solution to clean our local hospital's big bare spaces.

Thanks!

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