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Art'ifying the Old at Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan


Gamcheon Culture Village

It's Summer English Camp time.  Things have changed a little since I first arrived.  Until very recently, Korea still held Saturday classes twice a month.  They have since stopped Saturday classes which gave rise to two big changes in the education system here in Busan.

Korea Herald: visiting this site may damage your computer

Today, I visited a library near DaDaePo Beach.  It had a pretty good English section for children’s books – from the Jungle Book, the Secret Garden and White Fang on down to younger ages.

It also had the Korea Herald available.  I haven’t seen the herald in print in years and haven’t visited the site in a few months, since Safari recognizes it as a malware site.  Is it okay to visit? Anyway, I took a few photos of things that caught my interest. Click to embiggen if you want to read them.

Last year, at Gangwon Notes, I wrote about trans-boundary water and water recourses so this conference sounds interesting.  There was only the photo and caption, though.  No further details.


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