Year Two, Week Nine – Jessica


While at the Lantern Festival at the Cheonggyecheon Stream, I spotted (how could I miss??) this bridge that was covered in what is the equivalent of a tea cosy for bridges.  While the sign with the explanation was technically in English, the grammar was a little rough.  I did manage to make out that it is supposed to represent the mulit-cultural nature of South Korea (with one in ten families having multi-cultural backgrounds) and the coming together of all of the people of South Korea.

  • Sherri - A BRIDGE COZY? Ah, only in Korea. I love this land of art and music, but sometimes I just. don’t. get. it. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Bethany - One in ten families have multi-cultural backgrounds?! I had no idea the number was so high. I always learn something new through these pictures!ReplyCancel