Sunday, July 22, 2007

Drying Laundry



The sky in Seoul is full of skyscrapers, but between them, there are some unexpected spots like this. Well, it is not truly 'unexpected' though because, after all, Seoul is a place where people live.

6 comments:

Kate said...

I would have to look long and hard to find hanging laundry in my city. I think I'm the only person in my neighborhood that still hangs laundry on the line; everyone else uses indoor washers and dryers. For some reason, laundry has been one of the few domestic chores I actuallhy enjohy!

travelphilippines said...

hehe thats cool.

Curly said...

We always do ours on Monday, if the weather is fine.

I'm showing my best ever picture of Marsden Rock today.

South Shields Daily Photo

Youngsin Kim said...

it looks more HUMAN to me (and a little artistic, probably because it's in black & white..).

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank you about this piece of lost life. Kate is in right and though here people are still used to hang on the line, image like this are rare because they do it in courts where outside people cannot see...

Sunkyoung said...

Kate - I actually don't like doing laundry that much but like to dry it in the sun. More precisely, the texture of clothes after they are entirely dried.

TP - Thank you for the comment.

Curly - I do my laundry every weekend. I don't like folding the dried clothes, btw.

I just saw the photo of Marsden Rock and it is absolutely stunning!

Youngsin - I know what you mean, beautifully human, huh?:)

Fabrizio - My pleasure. My place is on the rooftop and I can easily see the neighbour's clothes hanging on racks and lines. These clothes tell some information about their owners, like the number of people, their tastes, and even life styles. Oh, don't get me wrong, I'm not a stalker.;) I just like to observe things and people as you know.