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Once old train station, Now open air art gallery
Thu, 04/19/2012 - 07:26 brittkee
Winter was coming to an end,
My co-worker asked me to accompany her to an art opening,
To my great surprise the gallery was the ol’ Busanjin Train Station.
I had volunteered there the previous summer.
It was an abandoned space at that time.
Now, it’s an open air gallery,
that provides the community art from around the world,
and CATS! Sculpture cats by a Korean artist.
Such character those CATS!
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