Hmm, I've only gotten two emails regarding my latest KT piece, so that's nice, although I got a few very stern talkings-to at work. *sigh* Expect much more on this matter when I provide an update to my little netizen run-in, but let me just say that with all the negative attention I've drawn these past few weeks, none of my critics have ever attempted to dispute what I've said, but rather have taken exception to saying anything at all. And I can't help but marvel at the arrogance of attacking a guy writing in a foreign language when it's clear they don't understand my points at all. But, like I said, I'll save all that for a big ol' post o' negativity coming up soon.
In other news, I was browsing my "Favorites" the other day and for some reason I had "Where in the World" in there. Not that it's not a nice little blog and doesn't deserve to be in somebody's favorites, but I just couldn't figure out why the hell it was in mine. But s/he did have a neat little post last weekend on "Gaya Land," (가야랜드) a semi-abandoned amusement park in Gimhae.
More photos on the original post, and an article on the dying park here, in Korean. Dead and dying amusement parks are cute and depressing at the same time, though I think back to my days working around decrepit attractions and remember how happy the children were regardless. ExpatKorea has a few threads devoted to abandoned amusement parks and old buildings, the former containing a photo of a woman reenacting the death of a child on one of the attractions: