A man who had sent a letter without a postage stamp received a moving reply from the post office.



Yesterday (21st), an article titled 'Today's moving story' was posted on an online community.



The writer said that he is currently working in Taean, South Chungcheong Province, and he wrote a handwritten letter to congratulate his wife who had cancer surgery a few years ago.



In the end, it is said that he enclosed a memo of 'Buy a stamp and ask for it' and put 1,000 won into the mailbox.



Fortunately, I checked it two days later, and it was in good condition, but after a while, a letter came from the post office to the author.



When I opened it, asking 'Is the letter returned?', I found that the post office worker had leftover change and receipts from the postage purchase.



The writer thanked the post office staff, saying that it was not a big deal, but that it was a great emotion.



Netizens showed reactions such as 'they even send change and the staff is so friendly' and 'a story that warms your heart'.

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