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9/30/2018 3:41 AM  #1

Pyongtaek Korea.

Took a train to another town South of the place I am working in Korea. Found a huge market full of sights and smell (most bad smells). I met up with a friend of mine coming back to Songtan train station. While we were walking through the station we had 7 kids run up to us and start asking questions. At first I thought we were about to get the pickpocket treatment. But a lady ran up and explained that this was here class, and she wanted the kids to speak English to people. Would we mind if they could talk with us. What a delightful and great bunch of kids. Very polite and we had a great time speaking with them.


9/30/2018 6:54 AM  #2

Re: Pyongtaek Korea.

Great story Ed, so very cool those kids wanted to practice speaking English with y'all.

Wonder if the Mustang on the Bash shirt caught their eye 😉

Life is too short to drive a boring car😎

10/31/2018 8:04 AM  #3

Re: Pyongtaek Korea.

Nice shot Ed.  I was in Korea in 1969.  I'm sure it has changed a lot since then.  Little town called Yoju.  Air Defense site.

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12/06/2018 6:20 PM  #4

Re: Pyongtaek Korea.

That's a great group shot.
My Dad was in Korea For a Little while Sept '50 to August '51
Just a bit different now me thinks.

PS thats a good looking hat you got 
where cam I get me one.


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