This is the first complex we lived in, for the first three days after we flew to Korea.
the other symbols?
the home of POSCO's Gwangyang Steel Works, the largest facility of its kind in the world" (thanks, Wikipedia). POSCO is not exactly known for being 'green & clean', despite this persuasive sign.
And another bridge, on the way home.
So, that sums up part of our first ten or so days in Gwangyang. We have seen so much that is strange, or beautiful, or both. I nearly took a picture of my whiteboard when my five-year-olds were playing Hangman and one of them wrote 'what your face' instead of 'wash your face.' I was waiting until class finished so I could photograph it, when another of my five-year-olds helpfully cleaned the board for me before they left.
I'll have to take photos of our new apartment soon, because it is wonderful. We'll have to clear away some of the cockroach corpses first - we completely believed the previous teacher when she told us to leave the plugs in the drains because there are cockroaches, but sadly the cockroaches themselves wanted to prove their existence to us. Not helped by Tom leaving the plugs on the side, far away from the drains, as often as he can.