Driving Around Downtown
From a footbridge not too far away.
At some point I want to go around and photograph as many of these giant statues as I can find.
A look down this road. Up ahead it turns into Daehangno.
In the other direction, the Ambassador is also getting a makeover.
It doesn't actually say anything interesting, but it led me to this site which lists up a ton of similar historic sites.
It wouldn't be too hard to squeeze under.
Here's a view from a roof across the street from the bunker.
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I believe the military buildings are all Camp Coiner which is totally closed.
Vehicles on post.
The area below me is Namyeong-dong, which used to be part of the base but was returned by the Japanese.
I was on an interesting roof.
The narrow building is where the bunker is located. Behind it, past the Grand Open building, you can see a brown brick building, which is DGBS.
There's Camp Kim.
I was impressed with her route over this traffic island.
The mulberry trees have been trimmed back.
I'm curious about this notice, as we are directly above a part of the Host Tunnel.
This area has been locked up for quite a while.
I went to Jackson Pizza, located in the base of an apartment complex.
Hard to think of a place like this ever being a cultural destination for anyone other than residents.
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