Friday, May 05, 2017

Walk Thoughts #177: the park by the dam

Gumi Dam, which I approached on the east side, has an admin building (with convenience store) plus a park. I crossed the dam for the convenience store, but discovered that I needed to cross, anyway, to reach my pension. Yes, I pussied out and went for the pension instead of camping. This is an expensive pension at W120,000, but as you'll see in the next group of photos, the facilities are unreal. I don't regret being here.

Meantime, do enjoy more evidence that Koreans love abstract sculpture (I'm referring to the circle, not to the giant bucket of molten metal representing POSCO Steel).

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