More Photos from Jeonju . . .
I finally received some Jeonju images worthy of a serious blog effort. Let's begin with two photos of where my family and I stayed:
Looks inviting, no? The place wasn't bad, so far as hanok stays are concerned. Just the expected burning-hot floor that you can't stand on, the bed mat for the floor that you can't sleep on, and the Raid spray for that cockroach who'll never return so long as I'm fending him off from getting his dirty little feet wherever on! But let's move on to the next two images:
In Korea's traditional hanok center, we find a traditional Korean Romanesque cathedral. Yes! Yes! We get religion! Well . . . at least Korean Catholicism was brought from China by Koreans themselves, who slipped it in disguised as Confucianism. Meanwhile, from a political perspective, here's the first king of the Joseon Era:
Unfortunately, that king is dead . . . But do you hear that rumbling from the crowd? They're crying out "Long live the king!"
Oh, yes, I'm the great pretender . . .