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What Viewers Are Saying About The Soju-Fueled, Stereotype-Busting Reality Show "K-Town"

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The much-hyped, long-awaited (but web-only) reality show "K-Town" based in Los Angeles premiered on YouTube yesterday (and it's been embedded for your convenience). There weren't any blow-out fights, purse-throwing matches or drink-dumping but it's not hard to see that (and more) coming a mile away.

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'K-Town' Gets Its Own Reality Show With A Hard-Partying, Foul-Mouthed, Purse-Throwing Cast