Today I had a long hike uphill to the Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan. The cats painted on the walls and stairs have disappeared over the last years sadly, but I got a live cat on my other camera. Live is better 😀
For the rest it were just a lot of tiny alleys full wih people with cameras. Reminded me of Thera Santorini in Greece. Oh, and I’ve discovered that Koreans are crazy about “Le petit prince” and his little fox:
Back down in the harbour another discovery: a bascule bridge. “So what?” would any dutch say. But at 13:45 an announcement was made (in Korean of course) and some traditional songs were played until 14:00. In the meantime literally a few hundred people had gathered around. The bridge opened, lots of Ooh’s and Aaah’s and a small vessel passed and the bridge was closed again. I had expected at least the Queen Mary II but nothing such.
Gwangnam – just next-door – has a nice beach to spend the evening and sunset too. Especially with the bridge in full lights in the background.