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Yes or No
Yes or No is a version of Deal or No Deal airing in South Korea. The prizes range from as little as 10 won to as much as 100,000,000 won. The show is currently hosted by Shin Dong-yup, a famous comedian in Korea. The top prize was won by Lee Chang-geun on the episode aired on June 23, 2007. Comedian Park Su-hong also won 100,000,000 won when the top prize was raised to 200,000,000 won on October 9, 2007. He donated his winnings to CJ Donors Camp.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Some of those determinations are fairly easy -- yes or no. Some of them require additional review and discussion.
There are issues around it, but I wouldn't say no in principle, but there's a lot of details to be filled in before we could say yes or no.
There really isn't a national rule that says 'yes' or 'no,' it isn't about regulating the speech but about maintaining the order in the school.
There are people out there who will feel that they can't publicly say no, but that's the idea of democracy, that democracy should allow people to say yes or no because that's their opinion.
I think the first breathalyzer on the market will be a simple 'yes' or 'no' for the presence of THC at the time of the test, and in that sense it won't provide a quantitative evidential measure.
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