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It can tell you the specials in Korean and English, and carry up to four orders at once. Aglio Kim is a new robot being used at a restaurant in Seoul, Korea to deliver food to tables. It’s part of a new initiative to put diners at ease while going out for a bite during the pandemic. "Customers found the robot serving quite unique and interesting, and also felt safe from the coronavirus," said Lee Young-ho, a manager at Mad for Garlic said. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.
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