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.
I went to Seomun Market in Daegu.
It was one of 3 major local markets established during the Joseon Dynasty.
The colorful clothes in the photo are Korean clothes.
It seems that in North Korea they are called “chima jeogori”, in South Korea they are called “hanbok “.
And they wear those on special days.
They are beautiful.
This is a historical park in the middle of Daegu city.
There are many benches.
And many old folks were relaxing or talking with friends there.
I thought it is a nice park.
Back to Korean stuff…
I like wall paintings.
I saw many of them in Daegu.
I can’t find so many on them in Japan.
Hangul language writing is cute.
The street which has this wall painting is Yeongnam Daegu-ro street.
This street was a highway which linked the south and north of Korea during the Joseon Dynasty.
It was a major thoroughfare where people traveled and culture was exchanged.
Now the street is a short alley.
And the other photo here is of people making traditional Chinese medicines.