Apartment complex. Not everyone has a front yard and backyard with swimming
pool, but the homeless rate is low.
Often, these complexes have schools inside for the dwelling families children.
Each apartment has a loudspeaker that cannot be shut off. The loudspeaker broadcasts community news anytime from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The message might be: "vendors coming tomorrow to sell things", "special meal for retired people", or "please show your national flag for Memorial Day".
Fabulous meal with Kang family in the countryside restaurant. A complete meals means the table is completely full of dishes.
Space is tight in Korea, and people do a lot of sophisticated parking, so a precision rear-view mirror is common.
Meanwhile, back in the U.S.
Returning to Korea for a New Year's meal and video.
Mr. and Mrs. Kang
Pastor Kim and Hanjun.
Sarah's graduation photo from kindergarten.
At the dog meat restaurant with a bottle of rice wine.
Back in the U.S., an important Korea snack.
Sister-in-law and mother of two
Traditional dancing at a restaurant
A vendor of "yut", which is sugar-cane taffy. The knife both cuts the pieces and is used as a noise-maker to advertise the product.
The subway has everything: art, libraries, bookstores, vending machines,
televisions, meeting rooms, and fountains.
During subway rides, more people are conversing with their cell phones than with each other.