Banpo Jugong

There's Banpo Stream.

And here's looking across to the apartments.

I got on the roof of one for a higher-up view. Not that you can see much.

You can admire the trees a little easier.

I caught a magpie in flight.

Looks like someone else had cats.

I had a closer look at the row of commercial buildings.

I couldn't find a way onto the roof of the commercial buildings so I went up another apartment right behind them.

Those apartments I believe are the first ones to have been closed.

The row of commercial buildings.

Roof table.

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The street cutting through the middle.

And those taller buildings. Who would have thought a wedding hall belonged here?


Gonna take a wild guess this is asbestos.


I went across the street.

Another ride.


Lots of bikes.

A quad.

I entered the market row running alongside the farthest-gone apartments.

At this point I turned around and headed back.

One restaurant in the whole row was still very active, this Gwangju Restaurant.

Most of the others looked closed.

Commercial tenants aren't happy.

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