This is my last post about Daegu, Korea.
One good thing was that taxis were cheap.
The starting cost was 2800 won, about half the price in Japan.
And the subway was also cheap.
No matter how far you ride, it only cost 1200 won.
I liked Daegu very much.
This road is Kim Kwang-suk Road.
He was a Korean pop singer, who was born 1964 in Deagu.
The road is decorated with painted mural walls in the theme of his life and his music.
I don’t know him, but the murals were nice.
Many tourists were visiting there.
These are interesting statues of people around here.
I don’t know who they are. : )
What Impressed me was that people bring their bicycles under ground and onto the subway.
They even have grooves next to the stairs for people to push their bikes.
I never saw that in Japan.
This picture is in front of Daegu Stadium.
And it was okay to take pictures at the museum.
I liked this one.
I went to Daegu Musium.
You take subway line 2 to Stadium station.
And you go out #5 exist, there is a free shuttle go to the museum from there every 30 minutes.
The most surprising thing was the entrance fee was only 1000 won (about $1), even though it isn’t a small museum.
We went to eat inside some restaurant in Busan.
Course meal was pictured on the menu.
We didn’t know exactly what everything was.
But it was all delicious.
Every Korean restaurant serves Kimuchi.
And this white drink in the green bottle is Makkolli which is Korean alcohol.
I like Korean food.