Mountains of Korea from the air
Part of Inch'on about 30 miles from Seoul
A highway system near Inch'on
Inside Incheon International Airport
|On the left is an indoor Smoking Hut. It has a system of fans and filters that keep all smoke in the hut. Those of you familiar with air doors that keep heat or cold air from a building, will recognize that these huts rely on that same principle. On the right is an indoor park complete with trees, flowers and a pond.|
A morning sky over Korea
An almost sunrise
Family returning from Korean Disneyland.
A couple of Airport security guards, these two were
"Psst!" "It's a secret."
There were at least three types of airport security, that I observed while there. The unarmed (without guns, although they carried sharply pointed rods about 4 feet long) variety pictured above; an armed with pistols, police type variety; and the heavily armed (Uzis) military appearing variety. I had contact with the latter on several ocassions. It seems that EVERYTHING in and around the airport is "secret". Including the construction design of the building and the sunrise. I was "requested" to delete several photos of both. Particularly discerning were the photos of a magnificent sunrise over the airport. And don't even think about taking a photo of any of the aircraft (all commercial airliners) on the tarmac. Inch'on International Airport is not tourist friendly.
I did, however, encounter some very friendly people during my 17 hours in Korea. One of whom was the gentleman in the orange jacket. He was the guy, who told me about the sunrises here. Unfortunately, his friendliness was not shared by most of the security people.
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