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At a quarter to ten on a Friday evening, the glass door of a theater in Hyehwa, Seoul, opened, letting out a group of young women. Instead of leaving, they slowly queued just beyond the stone path that led up to the building. They were fans of Mama, Don’t Cry, a South Korean musical that was first staged in 2010 and is now being performed for the fifth time. The fans were waiting for the actors, who are expected to come out each night after the show to greet them. It’s a mini meet-up that nobod
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