Heba is a young Iraqi woman with a good job as an electrical engineer and the prospect of a decent future.
At 28, she owns a modern flat in the newly-built Bismayah New City in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, where she lives with her mother and younger sister. It's a vast development of neat, white and beige apartment blocks, wide, well-lit walkways and plenty of green spaces, where children can play and ride their bikes.
Heba says living there makes her feel safe and secure.
"This place has given us freedom and peace of mind," she says of the complex that is one of many joint ventures between the governments of Iraq and South Korea.
But this isn't Heba's only South Korean connection.
In fact, she's obsessed with all things South Korean. She uses Korean cosmetics, listens to Korean music, watches Korean dramas on television, cooks Korean food and has studied Korean Hangul with the aid of YouTube tutorials.
"Korea didn't shape who I am, but it did bring out the real me," she reflects.
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