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Air movement will increase sweat evaporation, which cools the body.

But in extreme heat – when the blown air is warmer than the body's temperature – it will increase the heat stress placed on the body, potentially speeding the onset of heat exhaustion and other detrimental conditions.

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One of the earliest records of the Annals of the Joseon Dynasty in 1438 confirms growing mandarin orange trees in a traditional Korean greenhouse during the winter and installing an ondol system to provide heat.

The cheugugi was used throughout the country for official purposes.

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The EPA does, however, approve of using a fan if a window is open and it is cooler outside, or when the heat index in a closed room is lower.Fan death is a myth and misconception, well known in Korean culture, that running an electric fan in a closed room with unopened or no windows can lead to death.Despite no concrete evidence to support the concept, fan death persists due to its popularity as an urban myth or superstition.“Blaine Harden’s King of Spies is jaw-droppingly good — a quirky, unlikely, thrilling true story of intrigue and daring and depravity told by a master of the genre.” —David Maraniss, author of Once in a Great City “King of Spies is a dark story of espionage and evil by a wild American military spymaster in Korea, a tale both revelatory and tragic.Blaine Harden’s superb book throws open a long-ignored chapter in the Korean War; a compelling and disturbing read, not to be missed.” —David E.Hoffman, author of The Billion Dollar Spy “Blaine Harden has now produced a fascinating trilogy of stranger-than-fiction books about North Korea.