Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Alley



This alley does not look beautiful, but I am just glad to see this kind of place still exists in Seoul.

10 comments:

Sudoksa said...

I walked a lot near Anguk station today. So many streets like that and beautiful old style houses. I enjoyed this moment a lot.

dive said...

Were you looking for a fortune teller there? ^^

Neva said...

It looks clean!!

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

LOL at Dive's comment and, as Neva noted, that's a very clean alley.

• Eliane • said...

I like it though. Seems enigmatic. Maybe a bit dangerous - when you turn that corner at the end, that is.

richard said...

You are right! Sometimes beautiful things have no value - we must look deeper

Blue Wave 707 said...

There always seems to be these types of alleys in any city ... the blind corner appears mysterious ... what lies around it?

Youngsin said...

I can see a traditional tea house at the end of the alley. i guess Sunkyoung had some tea there...:)

Meg in Nelson said...

Fabulous shot!

Sunkyoung said...

Eric - My company is next to Insadong and this alley was taken nearby.

Dive - Hahaha, no, I wasn't. That fortune teller place just happened to be there and actually I was on my way back to work from lunch. It's really great to read your comment FINALLY! Talk to you soon.

Neva - Yeah, it was not dirty and just old.

Fenix - ^o^

Eliane - Haha, in fact, when you turn the corner, there is a ramyeon(ramen in Japanese) restaurant.

Richard - Absolutely!

BW - As I replied to Eliane's, there is a very tiny restaurant on the right side.

Youngsin - Sorry, but I just passed by that cafe.:)

Meg - Thanks a lot.