Seoul Launches Month-Long 'You're Doing Great!' Campaign South Korean officials in Seoul want to lift people's spirits. They're sending flower bouquets to 500 lucky households. They're also providing counseling and postcards with stay-at-home tips.
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Seoul Launches Month-Long 'You're Doing Great!' Campaign

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Seoul Launches Month-Long 'You're Doing Great!' Campaign

Seoul Launches Month-Long 'You're Doing Great!' Campaign

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South Korean officials in Seoul want to lift people's spirits. They're sending flower bouquets to 500 lucky households. They're also providing counseling and postcards with stay-at-home tips.

LEILA FADEL, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Leila Fadel. It's been a rough year. I know it. You know it. Officials in Seoul, South Korea, know it, too. That's why the city launched a monthlong "You're Doing Great!" campaign. They want to lift people's spirits, so they're sending flower bouquets to 500 lucky households. They're also providing counseling and postcards with stay-at-home tips.

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FADEL: It's MORNING EDITION.

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