Monday, July 02, 2007

Chaotic Signs

What I hope to be changed in Seoul and its satellite towns are chaotic signs on the outer walls of buildings. Among these many shops in this building, I don't feel like entering any store. In addition, there are three different languages: Korean, Chinese and English
The photo was shot near Beomgye Station in Anyang, one of Seoul's satellite cities.

서울 및 위성 도시의 풍경 중 바뀌었으면 하는 것 중 하나는
건물의 외벽의 어지러운 간판들이다.
이 많은 점포 중 그 어느 한 곳도 가고 싶은 마음이 생기지 않는다.
게다가 한국어, 중국어, 영어의 3개 국어로 되어 있다.
사진은 서울의 위성 도시 중 하나인 안양 범계역 부근에서 촬영하였다.


ps said...

Nice photo, really gives a view of the Seoul business scene. Welcome to the dp family! Looking forward to more!

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

I agree with ps. Then I love the angle of the photo.

Mandy said...

it looks very intimidating all those signs

Ann said...

Wow! That is confusing. Although I bet you can find anything you could possibly need in that building! :-D

Sunkyoung said...

Thank you so much for all your interesting comments! Mandy exactly picked up the point I wanted to say.

Qiekie said...

Hi! I spent this summer in Seoul and what I love about these signs is that each time I look up from walking on the sidewalks, i find out something new, like a cafe; something which i've never seen before from walking at the same place previously. =]

Hyderabad Daily Photo said...

Interesting! It is the same in India - except in some modern malls where everything is neat and clean, including the signs.