Product Line Review: Su:m37 White Award

Su:m37 White Award
Su:m37 White Award

The long awaited Su:m37 White Award review is finally here!

I have a special Su:m37 White Award starter kit containing the following:

  • Su:m37 White Award Clear Toner 25ml
  • Su:m37 White Award Essence Lotion 25ml
  • Su:m37 White Award Radiance Cream 5ml
  • Su:m37 Secret Programming Essence 12ml
  • Su:m37 White Award Luminous Treatment 10ml

While most of the items in this starter kit lasted me a whole month, I had to husband the Radiance Cream as well as the Luminous Treatment for nighttime use only. These two only came in so little that the cream only lasted me about a week, and the Luminous Treatment lasted me 3 weeks. The toner and lotion I have been using twice a day, while the Secret Programming Essence has already been separately reviewed here.

First of all, the texture of this line is rather fluid. Between this and the Water-Full series, there isn’t a whole lot of difference in terms of the texture and feel of the products. It is hydrating but can be slightly sticky if you have oilier skin.

Su:m37 White Award Clear Toner

This is very much like a toner as in western or Japanese toner, when it comes to its texture. It is runny and unlike the gel-like texture of many Korean toners. It isn’t particularly hydrating, but not drying either.

Su:m37 White Award Luminous Treatment

This is the treatment essence in the series. It is almost exactly the same texture as the Water-Full essence – more gel/emulsion like than the Secret Programming Essence’s runny texture. I find that you don’t need too much of this – a little bit can spread over your whole face. 10ml lasted me 3 weeks, so a full size version probably will last you 3 months.

Su:m37 White Award Essence Lotion

This is the emulsion/moisturizer, which is very similar in texture to the Luminous Treatment. It is very light, but moisturizes quite well, though with dry skin this cannot be the stand alone product. For daytime use this is perfect under my sunscreen.

Su:m37 White Award Radiance Cream

The first week I used this, my skin really glowed the next day. It kept my skin well hydrated overnight as well. After the first week when it was used up, I had to supplement the rest of the lineup with another cream (OHUI’s Cell Revolution Cream) and my skin didn’t glow as much (though it wasn’t supposed to brighten – I will review OHUI Cell Revolution Cream separately soon). The texture is just a tiny bit thicker than the Essence Lotion, but it spreads very easily and you don’t need to use a whole lot, unless you have very dry skin. I personally felt that this really works to brighten up the skin tone, so I may purchase this in full size later.

su:m37 White Award Luminous Treatment
su:m37 White Award Luminous Treatment

Efficacy: The History of Whoo Gongjinhyang: Seol vs. Su:m37 White Award

The results didn’t take too long to see, I think even after the first few nights I already saw an improvement in the dullness (caused by dehydration) in my skin tone. I woke up to glowing skin the very first week I used it, and unlike some of the whitening products which I don’t find hydrating enough (e.g. The History of Whoo Gongjinhyang:Seol), Su:m37’s White Award line is rather moisturizing. However, I do find that while it improves the skin’s overall radiance and tone, it is not really a whitening line like Seol; this is more like a brightening line and has little effects on freckles.

While Seol is fast acting and fulfills its claims of skin whitening (that includes freckles fading too), Su:m37 White Award brightens up the skin tone. Because it is moisturizing, if you have dull skin from dehydration, this will work wonders on your skin. Because my skin is dry and dehydrated, I don’t have a problem with White Award feeling sticky (except in my palms after application), but it does take a little bit of massaging to get the products to absorb. This is particularly evident when you compare it against Seol, for example. Seol sinks into my skin almost instantly, but even on my dry skin, White Award needs a little bit of time and work. Still, not the end of the world, but I do find that Su:m37 products, in general, do need to be massaged lightly to be absorbed properly.

I didn’t see any improvement on the remaining freckles, but my skin really does look healthier with a glow. Skin tone and hydration were improved as well. But I haven’t used the cream for the entire month, and I believe if I had the full size and used it all this time, the results would have been even better! You know there are products you only use for a little while but you can already feel it working, and then there are some you use for months and don’t see any results. The White Award Cream is like the former for me. It’s definitely something I would invest in later.

Because of all these products, I have not returned to the full size Seol products I purchased at Christmas yet! I really want to get back to the whitening to take out the rest of the freckles, but I still have the 1102 line from su:m37 to review. I will be starting the 1102 line within the next few days. It does sound very promising because it is for wrinkles and dry skin! So far, I have to say I do like the Su:m37 products, because they are moisturizing enough for my skin type. But if you have combination to oily skin and want a whitening line, Seol is probably more suitable for you.

43 comments on Product Line Review: Su:m37 White Award

  1. Tuyet
    February 23, 2011 at 2:16 pm (6 years ago)

    that’s true, su:m37 is more brightening than whitening, I got instant glowing result from using it, and dramatic whitening from seol

  2. LadyG
    March 1, 2011 at 5:11 pm (6 years ago)

    Hey there, I like your blog a lot! hmm this brand seems very interesting… i like products that are natural. I have been using La Mer which also goes with the fermentation process, but i did some research and Korea has been doing the fermentation process for centuries. La Mer is such a copy of Asian skin care… gosh, I think I will be switching! thanks for this wonderful review 🙂

    • Joseibi
      March 3, 2011 at 4:16 pm (6 years ago)

      Thank you, LadyG! 🙂

  3. Tuyet
    March 3, 2011 at 10:18 pm (6 years ago)

    HI Joseibi, I’m back from my trip, I bought Sulwhasoo Revitalizing overnight treatment on the flight, wow, I’m impressed with the result, the next morning my skin was glowing…Is this something that I can use every night or just a few nights a week? I really hate the smell of it though, gave me a headache. Do you think I should get the sulwhasoo clarifying mask too? Does that make my mores smaller and helps with acne? Thanks.

  4. Falanie
    March 4, 2011 at 11:16 am (6 years ago)

    May i ask if products of this line contain parabens and mineral oil? Thanks a bunch.

  5. LadyG
    March 4, 2011 at 12:50 pm (6 years ago)

    your welcome Joseibi 🙂

    Falanie, I checked their ingredient lists and this brand doesn’t use parabens and mineral oil or mineral oil derived ingredients, nor any colors, fragrances and any preservatives/additives… i completely switched my La Mer to this brand, really happy with it!


  6. Kev Jang
    March 4, 2011 at 1:24 pm (6 years ago)

    Tuyet, I agree that Sulwhasoo’s Overnight Vitalizing Treatment is a great mask to use. I would not use it daily, since most masks are used 3 times weekly at the most. I liked the Clarifying (Ok Yong) Mask too, but find that it is moisturizing and does not drip unlike other peel-off masks. I think if you are concerned about things like acne and open pores, Sooryehan’s Red Ginseng Peel-off pack is probably better for oilier skin. Sulwhasoo’s Clarifying Pack does not technically work as well in absorbing the oil and works more to moisturize while peeling off dead skin cells.

  7. hopein
    March 4, 2011 at 6:46 pm (6 years ago)

    lady g , could you take a photo of the ingredient list and share it with us here?

  8. Eleana
    March 9, 2011 at 4:13 pm (6 years ago)

    Hi Joseibi, I went to Jasper Cosmetics at Bloor and asked about this line. They like it a lot, but they told me it is more for younger skin because the ingredients are not highly concentrated as Whoo. Because of your recommendation, I bought the Peel-Off-Pack at $67, it was the only one hehehe 😛

    They have such nice skin, makes you want to use everything in the store!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I am only 23 so she told me that sum37 is a great brand for me, although she says Whoo is better haha

    • Joseibi
      March 10, 2011 at 5:00 pm (6 years ago)

      Dear Eleana,

      Whoo’s Seol line is great at whitening – if you have freckles especially. Su:m37 isn’t just for young skin though, they also have a 1102 Time Control line for wrinkles too. Whoo is much more expensive but Su:m37 is fragrance free, and easier on people with sensitive skin. Each has some great products, but overall, Whoo still has my vote over the two, because Whoo products absorb a lot better. Su:m37 products require some massaging, which isn’t a big deal since I have dry skin anyway, but I can definitely see why some people will be turned off by that.

      Since you are so young, you can still use Whoo’s Soo Yeon line (water-based) as well as the Seol whitening line, but the rest may be too rich for you. 🙂

      • Jane
        May 19, 2016 at 10:13 am (10 months ago)

        hello Joseibi! i have read all your sincere sharing experience from the Sum 37 White Award line. However, i am still wondering that HERA white program line or Sum 37 white award line, which is better for my dry skin? ( 20-year-old skin with some freckles). And what if i choose HERA white program line, can i just use some typical products of that line ( white radiance water, white program effector and radiance cream) or i have to use up all the products? your opinion is really inneed to me. i hope that you can give me the best advice. love <3

  9. Anonymous
    March 10, 2011 at 6:04 pm (6 years ago)

    Hi Joseibi, thanks for your reply 🙂

    Yeah about that, I asked her that there is also the wrinkle care lines and that over expensive cream, fancy bottle I forgot what its called but sum37 does have wrinkle care. She told me that it is for prevention for women in ages 18-29 but she said Whoo is much much much more concentrated. So when people turn around 30’s they need to start looking for concentrated products because age does matter and also what products you use.

    I will look into the sum37 products! Thanks! Oh yeah she gave me some brochure on the soo yeon line, it seems really nice and the texture felt like actual water lol

    Oh and I love the Peel-Off-Pack, it makes your skin so white LOL and products absorb better too!!!!!!!!!

    I love your blog Joseibi! 😀

    • Joseibi
      March 21, 2011 at 10:06 am (6 years ago)

      Dear Anonymous,

      My apologies for late replies…Spring break happened! 😛 Got myself a cold from my little one and both of us were sick. Anyhow, I am about to post some new reviews! A quick note, as far as anti-aging goes, I will have to agree with you and that salesperson, Whoo is better than su:m37…will add to my review later. I like a couple of lines from su:m37, but overall, Whoo is a better brand IMO. 🙂

  10. Korean Skin Care
    March 27, 2011 at 12:38 am (6 years ago)

    Dear Joseibi,

    I was not aware that you did a review on this line! I received a sample kit as well with my order of the Su:m37 Skin Saver Ocean Effect Cleansing Foam, which I love! 🙂

    I love this line too!!! Leaves skin very soft and clear of blemishes. I saw the same results: glow and brightening. The Whoo Seol Whitening line cannot compare, however, the White Award Line is great for giving your skin a natural glow, which can be dramatic.

    Have you been able to try the White Detox Mask? Its fantastic Joseibi! Its cream-textured, when applied to the skin, a chemical reaction turns it into bubbles (it can tickle the face lol) but it definitely leaves skin ultra smooth and super clean, yet hydrated. The best thing about this line is that it is more hydrating than the Seol line.

    Glad you loved it! I have yet to try the Radiance Cream!!!


    • Joseibi
      March 28, 2011 at 1:00 pm (6 years ago)

      I love this line, Korean Skin Care!!! The White Detox Mask was very much like the Bliss Triple Oxygen mask, but the foam was much finer and softer. The White Award line brightens and hydrates well, Seol is great at whitening. Between the Seol’s Whitening Cream and the Radiance Cream I will have to pick the Radiance Cream, for my dry skin it’s really wonderful! 🙂

  11. epiphany
    April 13, 2011 at 6:58 pm (6 years ago)

    I just started using this last week although without the serum; since every Gmarket seller seemed to have it out of stock 🙁 I have been using all the products you listed in your review, but for some reason my skin is peeling a lot with this line & my skin never really feels moisturized 🙁
    Has anyone else experienced this? Or should I stick with it and see if it balances itself out? I was using the Time Reset line previously (which I love) and didn’t experience any problems with skin feeling dehydrated or peeling.

    • Joseibi
      April 18, 2011 at 10:35 am (6 years ago)

      Dear epiphany,

      I didnt’ experience peeling, it’s quite moisturizing but I can only think of one or two reasons – it could ‘renew’ the skin by gently exfoliating. I think either the Bright Tune or the White Award is supposed to do that (I don’t quite know the difference so if anyone knows please enlighten me). The White Award Cream and the serum keep my skin very moist. It could be just a personal thing too, although most of the people that used White Award didn’t report peeling, rather, some reported that the product didn’t quite sink in.

  12. ReY
    May 12, 2011 at 2:34 am (6 years ago)

    Hi Joseibi,

    wanna ask hv u tried the Luminous Recharging cream? better that or Radiance Cream? could u point the difference?
    I’m planning to get the clear toner, luminous treatment, and either cream,,dun think I’m gonna need the emulsion though
    thx b4 🙂

    • Joseibi
      May 12, 2011 at 1:42 pm (6 years ago)

      Dear ReY,

      I didn’t try the new Recharging Cream so I can’t say what’s different, the emulsion is fairly light and I think the cream is better/more effective too. 🙂

  13. epiphany
    May 18, 2011 at 3:22 pm (6 years ago)

    The peeling finally stopped, it seemed there was an adjustment period for me; kind of like when I used to use Salicylic Acid.

    In case anyone is interested, I scanned the pamphlet that was in the White Award Enzyme Cleaner that gives directions and brief descriptions of the White Award Products, in case anyone is interested 🙂
    I did find that this line made my skin much brighter, but I seem to go through the Radiance Cream 3x faster than all the other products in the line. I also found that I started breaking out, but I think it was just helping clear out the clogged cores I had on my neck.
    I’m thinking of trying Ohui’s the first line next or Danahan RGII’s to see if it can help remove them as they are highly annoying.

    Anyhow here is the link to the scans I took of the pamphlet 🙂

    • Joseibi
      May 20, 2011 at 4:26 pm (6 years ago)

      Thanks for posting, epiphany!!

      The enzyme could be what’s exfoliating your skin. How old are you though? OHUI’s The First line is much richer than White Award if you have oily skin, even for my dehydrated combo skin right now (almost summer) I find The First too rich.

      Clogged pores are easily cleared by Origins’ Brighter By Nature peels, they are gentle too! I use them whenever a sample product caused me to have congested pores. They never became breakouts after the peel pads. 🙂

  14. Kooslee
    August 3, 2011 at 5:16 pm (6 years ago)

    My mom saw the whitening and brightening effect of History of Whoo on me. She asked if I could get something with anti aging and whitening properties for her also. Would Seol’s line be a good choice for my mom, since she is in her mid 50s and has drier skin than mine. What brand would you recommend for brightening and anti aging? My mom is trying out the Hwanyugo cream at night for anti aging. She seems to like that.

    • Joseibi
      August 4, 2011 at 10:12 am (6 years ago)

      Hi Kooslee,

      Seol is definitely not moisturizing for mom, but most of the products that do anti-aging and whitening end up not effective in both areas. Maria had suggested trying Whitologist (Cosme Decorte) and Fujifilm’s Astalift and Cle de Peau for more mature skin. I had tried Hwa Hyun from Whoo, which is anti-aging and whitening but it has zero effect on me in both areas…however, Hwanyugo is really good! Very expensive, but good.

  15. Kooslee
    August 4, 2011 at 12:23 pm (6 years ago)

    Haha, yeah Hwanyugo is for real costing an arm and a leg, but I got a sample set from beautymania01 for under $50. Pretty good deal. I have always want to try Su:m37 White Award, so I might get that for my mom if she doesn’t like that. Then it’ll go to me. ;D

  16. Maria
    August 5, 2011 at 7:53 am (6 years ago)

    Hi Koslee, I would recommend your mother to continue using the anti-ageing line she likes and just add the whitening serum (since according to the specialists – it is the only concentrated product which actually brightens the skin). Like for instance, the therapist at Sulwhasoo has prescribed me an anti-ageing line and only added a snowise serum to complement my intensive whitening treatment.

    • Joseibi
      August 9, 2011 at 9:07 am (6 years ago)

      ITA, Maria, multitasking products (e.g. anti-aging+whitening)usually end up not being good at any one specific area so I do the same – a treatment serum plus a moisturizer that does anti-aging.

  17. Mei
    August 15, 2011 at 12:03 am (6 years ago)

    how much is your special kit?

  18. hagit
    November 15, 2012 at 11:55 pm (4 years ago)

    Hagit Nor Yosef

    I wanted to ask if you can help me
    I bought this package in the picture and I do not know what to do with all the cream.
    If you can tell me when to assign it?
    I want to clarify a moisturizer recommendation.
    Thank you!

  19. Joseibi
    November 16, 2012 at 8:59 am (4 years ago)

    Sure email me at joseibi[at] with the picture – I will try my best! 🙂

  20. Holly
    November 21, 2012 at 9:05 pm (4 years ago)

    Hi Joseibi, I just found out about your blog and I AM IN LOVE!! It is so amazing to find Asian skincare expert on here. Could you please help me out with which products to go? I’m 25, living in hot humid weather, but work in air-conditioned office everyday… My skin I think is combination, not proned to breakout but maybe proned to millia, smooth, some sun spots on cheeks and foreheads that I want to get rid of. Lately, I notice when I smile, the 2 lines around the mouth are very visible. I also see fine lines underneath my eyes when I smile, and one line between the eyebrows. I’m currently use Obagi but I stumbled on your blog and I’m tempted to switch over to Korean skincare!!! haha… So I want that glowy-dewy look, get rid of sunspots and those smile lines and fine lines. I’m not looking to whiten the whole face. I’m planning to use the Sulwhashoo Basic set: balancing water, emulsion, Revitalizing eye cream for fine lines by the eyes, Ginseng cream for smile lines, and Whoo Seol Whitening Intensive for sun spots. I heard the Su:m37 programming essence makes skin glowy and dewy so I want to get that too. Do you think they are good choice for me? The other skincare routine I’m thinking of is the White Award line here that you reviewed about, but replace the Radiance cream with the Programming essence, and plus the Seol Whitening intensive. Could you please help this lost soul? I have never used or been familiar with Korean skincare so any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I am so sorry for the long post!!!! Love.

    • Joseibi
      November 22, 2012 at 12:53 pm (4 years ago)

      Dear Holly,

      Wow thank you for the kind words! 🙂

      From what you wrote I guess perhaps you are prone to dehydration too, which I have. At your tender age the fine lines could be dehydration lines, especially if you work in an A/C environment all day. What you are thinking about using sound great, as Sulwhasoo’s basic line (toner and emulsion and the eye cream) is not heavy for the younger users, and hopefully the combination will balance out combination skin (especially if it is dehydrated) in the long run.

      Personally I have never had any success with whitening products except with The History of Whoo’s Gongjinhyang: Seol line. It is not hydrating enough for my skin (I am much older than you), but if your skin is more or less normal you can give it a try for the whitening properties. The treatment products (the Program and intensive) worked great if you can afford it, but I suggest trying out samples of everything you intend to purchase (including Sulwhasoo) first. Korean skincare, while great, is typically heavily scented, with the exception of su:m37 (fragrance free), so I always recommend trying out the samples first in case you react to the fragrance, especially because the products are quite costly. You can buy packs of samples on ebay or Gmarket these days for a reasonable price.

      As for su:m37 Programming Essence, if you are in a hot and humid environment, you may find it rather sticky. I found it sticky to use (I prefer SKII’s Facial Treatment Essence). It’s great for drier skin types though. Again, I recommend trying out a sample before you commit to full size. It’s a good product, highly moisturizing, but based on your age and your environment I think testing a sample before buying might be best.

      I did enjoy su:m37’s Water-full line. I think it is so good for skin types like mine – dehydrated combination – but nowadays everyone needs to address a more pressing concern (e.g. freckles, wrinkles, etc.). White Award is good too, but Seol yields much quicker results. It’s a different thing – luminosity vs. hyperpigmentation and I think Seol worked better at removing spots/scars/freckles while White Award really gives you glowing skin (though freckles will remain). None of the products I used really addressed everything so the way you planned on purchasing different products to use as a routine is very good, hopefully it will address your skin concerns! 🙂

  21. Holly
    November 25, 2012 at 5:06 pm (4 years ago)

    Thank you very much Joseibi!!! I heard it’s cheaper to buy from Gmarket, but I tried it and it is still a challenge for somebody that can’t speak Korean! I guess I’ll have to buy it from ebay. Thank you again!! Keep up the good work here, your page is on my favorites now!!!

    • Joseibi
      November 28, 2012 at 3:06 pm (4 years ago)

      Oh thank you Holly!!

      I usually buy from eBay as well! 😉

  22. Holly
    December 27, 2012 at 7:48 pm (4 years ago)

    Hi Joseibi…just checking back here with you. I decided to go with Sulwhasoo Basic Line, Su:m37 Programing Essence. I have to tell you I completely agree that the Secret Programing Essence does feel sticky. Worst, I think it is too rich for me. I used it for 2 weeks and my pores look even more visible. I really wanted to like it, good thing I didn’t invest in the whole bottle. Thanks for the advice, Joseibi!!! On the other hand, I like Sulwhasoo Basic Line so far. I use the Concentrated Ginseng Cream very very little bc of its richness. Now I heard from you and others SK-II FTE is superb, their Brightening Derm Specialist and Cellumination mask in Lotion are good too. I want to add a Brightening Serum or some essence that can even out the skin tone overall. Which Serum would you recommend? Just looking for something that brighten and even-out skin, not actually whiten my skin out, and of course, DEWY and GLOWY too.. As you can see, you are my skin hero now!! hahaha…

    • Joseibi
      December 28, 2012 at 4:24 pm (4 years ago)

      Hi Holly,
      You are too kind! 🙂
      SKII’s brightening essences have such good reviews. I haven’t tried the Cellumination yet, but it is next on my list when I go back to whitening! I use SKII FTE as a mask regularly and I do find that it helps with pores and uneven skin tone. I don’t know what it is about FTE but it seems to do wonders for my skin. I use it with pill masks. Glad Sulwhasoo’s Basic Line is working out for you. It is tried and true and I do recommend it highly! 🙂

  23. Holly
    January 17, 2013 at 10:30 pm (4 years ago)

    Hey Joseibi!! I’m sad to report that even Sulwhasoo Basic Line turned out to make my skin oily and my pores around the nose visible. So sad!! I heard History of Whoo basic line is even richer, so I guess I won’t try that line. However, I received a 10ml sample of the SK-II FTE that you love from the SK-II counter, and it did close the pores like you said!!! That’s good stuff! Geez, do you have to be right all the time? hahahhaha…… But then again I can’t justify the price of that essence so I don’t think SK-II will be on my skincare routine anytime soon. Instead, I heard about Missha The First Treatment Essence and decided to buy it from their website while it’s on sale for less than $40. I can’t wait to try it! Have you used the Missha essence before?

    • Joseibi
      January 23, 2013 at 1:01 pm (4 years ago)

      Hi Holly,
      Thanks for your feedback!! I think in 5 years or so you will be able to use Sulwhasoo! You cannot go wrong with SKII FTE – that stuff is da bomb. I find that it works on so many levels – it doesn’t claim to brighten/whiten but I swear my freckles lighten a bit when I use it as a mask. It really works wonders if you can afford it!

      I haven’t tried the Missha essence before, though I used to adore some of their lines (one was deep sea water and the other was rosewater I think? Both discontinued long ago). They feel good and work decent, but back then my skin didn’t have much concerns and now I need more. I am down to my last 10ml of my SKII FTE, savoring every drop! 😉

      • santy huang
        March 4, 2014 at 5:27 pm (3 years ago)

        Hi Dear,
        I really love your review of the this SU:M37 white award line ^^
        Do you think this white award range is suitable for the combination skin?
        Have you tried the O HUI extreme cell light range?
        I have been using it for a week now, but i feel that it is too oily for my skin.
        I actually like to buy the SU:M37 white award line, but the seller told me it’s better for me to use the O HUI, so I ended up buying it 🙁
        But, i’m thinking to shift to the su:m 37 white award if that suit combination skin.
        Thanks love!! <3

        • Joseibi
          March 6, 2014 at 11:38 am (3 years ago)

          Hi Santy,

          Interesting that you asked, because I am presently using OHUI Extreme Cell Light!! And for my skin (dehydrated combination) it is perfect for me. White Award will feel similar to OHUI’s, but not as emollient. I find OHUI’s just right for my skin type. The History of Whoo’s Seol line will be better if you have oilier skin (combination on the oilier side). It also depends on your age too, the OHUI range contains peptides which are great for 30+ age group.

          • Kevin J.
            March 7, 2014 at 7:27 pm (3 years ago)

            I’m finishing up Ohui’s The First Treatment Essence….reminds me of the Sk-II Facial Treatment Essence in terms of marketing pitch, but way way more advanced scientifically, with ingredients like growth factors and so on…..It’s expensive but arguably good from my standpoint as a user. I would not buy it so often though unless I have the money. 117USD at duty-free for a 111ml bottle with the other sample sized stuff like the cream, serum, ampoule, toner, emulsion, eye cream and face wash…..

  24. Jana
    April 10, 2013 at 6:04 pm (4 years ago)

    please tell me about my sink it very dull and many spots are on it i want to make make my sink neat and health fair


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