Monday, May 1, 2017

Walk Thoughts #133: open range

Leaving Bizarroville meant passing a park and a rock-climbing wall.

Let it never be said that South Korea lacks wide-open spaces. Once you leave the big cities, the population density drops radically, and you find yourself amid field and farm and forest. I bet you can even see the stars in the night sky-- something I used to take for granted as a native of the Mid-Atlantic United States.  Even close to Washington, DC, light pollution was minimal. In Seoul, though, you can see only the brighter stars. If you're lucky.

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