Thursday, December 17, 2009

Slice of Life: Signs and Symbols in Seoul

This sign at a park in Seoul, South Korea tells people what they can do, and what they can't do.  I can't read Korean, so I'll guess at what the symbols mean:

  • Please walk your dog here
  • Please take a sapling home with you
  • Do not have bad breath
  • Do not bring your office desk to the park and do work
  • Do not light your farts on fire
  • Hold your wife's hand while you walk
  • Do not use the letter P when you speak
  • Do not park on the grass
Now we're both experts in a language we don't understand.

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