Musings about Korean markets in the 1990s…

Fresh food was for sale in a lot of areas. On the sidewalks sometimes, and at huge, sprawling vendors’ markets, and at stands outside of corner stores. Prepared ‘street food’ was for sale on the roads in certain areas. Small, blue-coloured Daewoo trucks drove slowly through residential neighborhoods, with a man’s voice on a loudspeaker… Continue reading Musings about Korean markets in the 1990s…

Seoul in 1997…Part 7

Chogyesa Temple… Just southeast of the North gate was another temple, considered to be the main Buddhist temple in Korea. The richest one. Even though it was the richest one, it wasn’t as nice as Bongeunsa and wasn’t as nice as other ones I’ve seen in other places there, really. But I found it by… Continue reading Seoul in 1997…Part 7