No, seriously, ask away. The email is on the right.
Cool stuff. Thanks. I'll try to check it out the next time in Seoul.
That's really nice. The slums need to be a happier place.
I'm not so sure the "slums" are all that unhappy. Housing is older, but the neighborhoods are more, well, neighborly. Kids can play in the streets and run around. The people who live in Seoul's "slums" like that shown here are often working-class families who do just fine. They're not impoverished people begging on the street but people who have jobs and can put food on the table.I've lived in some of these older neighborhoods and the people there were happy and enjoyed where they lived.
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