Travel to South Korean 5: Persons whom we met. First part

A night of Daegu, Metro Center area

< A night of Daegu, Metro Center area >

When my wife and I had been strolling around towns, I introduce persons who helped us friendly.

Our travel became wonderful and pleasant by their favors.

Since we live in an island country, we seem to believe easily a rumor without realizing.





the person gave directions us.

< the person gave directions us. >

Persons whom we met in Daegu

My wife and I have begun to stroll around the town of Daegu at night.

When my wife had been opening a map, there was a person who talked softly to her in fluent Japanese.

The person is a man wearing a red jumper in the photo.       

My wife asked him, “Is there any downtown that you recommend?”

He gave the directions to the destination as he was consulting with his friends.

I asked him, “Why are your Japanese language very good?”

He answered, “I learned in a Japanese-language school in South Korea.”










underground shopping center of the metro center 

< underground shopping center of the metro center >


a store of paper craft in the underground shopping center

< a store of paper craft in the underground shopping center  >

We arrived at big underground shopping center.

This area doesn’t seem to be a place where overseas tourist comes.

My wife entered a shop of slightly eccentric goods.

Then a storekeeper talked softly to her in Japanese.

The storekeeper is woman showing a back in the photo.

She explained that she almost had made the exhibits only from paper.

Because she had been working busily, we listened to some explanation and left there.












When we return to our hotel on foot, my wife spoke to a boy who rode bicycle.

The boy stopped in surprise.

Wife asked him in childish English, “Where is the present place in this map?”

The boy looked at the map together with my wife.

Although we didn’t understand well after all, we only had taken up the boy’s time at cold night.









Wonderful morning of Daegu

< Wonderful morning of Daegu >

The high building of the center in the photograph is the neighborhood of Metro Center that we strolled around yesterday.


At first night of a travel destination, we could meet persons who got interested in Japan, learned Japanese, and dealt kindly by us.

Some uneasiness turned into joy and expectation.


Next time, I introduce persons whom I met in Seoul.






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