After Relationship Ends, TikToker Travels 6,000 Miles For Closure Kassie Yeung traveled from Los Angeles to Seoul to remove a lock from a popular tourist attraction, where lovers leave padlocks. She went with a pair of wire cutters to remove the lock.

After Relationship Ends, TikToker Travels 6,000 Miles For Closure

After Relationship Ends, TikToker Travels 6,000 Miles For Closure

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Kassie Yeung traveled from Los Angeles to Seoul to remove a lock from a popular tourist attraction, where lovers leave padlocks. She went with a pair of wire cutters to remove the lock.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Breakups are never easy. Some people burn pictures, others chuck their exes stuff out the window. TikToker Kassie Yeung went a few thousand miles farther. She traveled from LA to Seoul to remove a lock from the N Seoul Tower. This is a popular tourist attraction where lovers leave padlocks. Kassie went with a pair of wire cutters and removed the lock she and her ex had placed there. That's a 6,000-mile trip for closure. Here's hoping she met someone interesting on the plane back.

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