Vivian: O.K. Here we are again, gang.
Bow: What's up?
Vivian: And, and I guess we're talking today about, maybe one step further after marriage, may be religion and tie that together with so me philosophy, uh...hey, gang, let's introduce each other, Daisy?
Daisy: O.K. This is Daisy here, back at you, once again and this conversation we're having about religion and philosophy. This is a deep one, over to you, Bow?
Bow: Yes, Hi, my name is Bow, studied architecture but philosophy is very interesting to me and I used to study about religions, too.
Luke: This is Luke, urn, I don't know, I'm just really happy to be here, I hope I can glean a lot of information from, from my peers I'm always interested in finding new mentors and different ideas, I, to fill, to fill my head, you know, I'm really looking forward to it, should be fun.
Vivian: Hey, this is Vivian, I'm not that religious anymore, but I feel that there are certain things that I, seek religion for, I used to be very religious and so this should be a very insightful conversation for me.
Daisy: You know, what's quite fascinating, here in Korea, it's a common thing to ask people when you first meet them, "What is your religion?" But in my country and I know also in your countries as well, it's actually quite a personal question, right?
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