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S Korea leaves border Christmas lights off

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A week since the death of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, there are growing worries about what it will mean for relations between the two Koreas with one issue being a South Korean plan to put Christmas lights on several large along the border which communist North Korea doesn't want.

Seoul correspondent Lucy Williamson speaks to South Koreans about the decision not to go ahead with it.


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