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South Korea safe from radiation from Japan?

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I was wondering what people think of traveling to South Korea now in regards to radiation leaks from Japan? I can't seem to find any information relating to this aspect of South Korea's proximity to Japan, and I'm not sure if that is because it is a non-issue or what. Any thoughts from anyone? A family member has a trip planned with a small child in two weeks and I am concerened, though I don't know how to determine whether those fears are completely unfounded or not. State department hasn't issed any travel warnings as far as I can ascertain. Thanks in advance for your thoughts on the subject!!

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