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At a recent visit to a royal tomb in Geumgok, near Seoul, I was struck by the resemblance of one of the statues there to the actor Donald Sutherland. As is well known, before becoming a celebrated movie star and distinguished pogonophile, Sutherland served during the Korean War as a brilliant if somewhat wayward army surgeon. Perhaps his connections with the country go back even further.
D.G.I. JONES
Namyangju, South Korea.

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