I will picture Australia or Japan If I was asked about an exotic country. But by looking at below, you’ll probably consider South Korea one too.
To show how unique this country is, this collection of pictures distinctly illustrates its daily life.
We are talking solar-powered benches with USB and wireless charging, onion-flavored cereal, and pretty much everything else you can find in South Korea.
#1. School for grandmothers
#2. Quarantine lack sent by government
There was a letter translated saying “ For people who are currently suffering from the Corona-19 virus, we send our regards and sympathy”.
#3. Pink explosion in Jeju City
#4. Korean Ktx trains play “Healing Broadcasts” where they just show newborn puppies rolling around
#5. Map at the back of a boarding pass
#6. Same spot in four seasons
#7. A tree standing in its place
#8. Mini library in the subway
Koreans are very hard working. The maximum number of working hours per week is 52.
Although the work-life balance got better over the last few years, working overtime (and not being paid for it) is still pretty common.
#9. Painters covered cars due to painting in an apartment complex
#10. Starbucks in Seoul offers used coffee grounds for gardening
#11. For people in home quarantine
#12. Hand-Painted underside of a temple roof in Korea
#13. A walkway
#14. Caution: Cat around sign board
#15. 2D café in Seoul
#16. Modern Korea built around ancient Korea
#17. Small restaurants in Seoul
#18. Solar-powered benches with USB and charging ports.
#20. Root bench
#21. Traffic lights on the floor for people who look at their phones
#22. Popsicles with trays to prevent melting all over hands
#23. Beautiful Korea
#24. An old pine tree
#25. Resting place for pedestrians
#26. Rainbow chips organisation
#27. Latte art
#28. Korea’s ways against Covid 19
#29. Tv channel dedicated for dogs
#30. This here is the entrance of the Club Chroma in Seoul