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Lex from Korea

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Hey, 
My name is Lex. I am American but settling down in Korea. For the tourism industry, I want to be able to provide ASl as well. Most HOH/Def students in Korea study ASL well so this would be the most universal sign language that I could learn. 

I am a complete beginner. So looking to take tips from anyone. 

Thank you. 

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