A day at the expo
Passing over Daejeon’s iconic bridge…
…to disembark at Science Expo.
Every year in autumn it’s where big and small people can fly simulations…
Build cities by singing…
Meet the latest humanoids in person…
And be generally amazed.
The kiosk at crossroads
Sunday afternoon – the real start of the week.
From the mountain at the south
The most typical Korean countryside view? Tall hills stretching out endlessly, meeting the clouds.
Convenience stores and coffee shops and tetris buildings. Someplace in the sprawling downtown.
Back to the museum
Plaza of the national science museum, a gem from the ’90s.
The café and the fusion lab
Typical morning coffee at the campus of KAIST polytechnic, with views on the national fusion research institute while ice latte is brewing.
Past, future, self-knowledge, words. Robots.
Poster in train station at the town of Cheongju.
Celebrating Jikji, the world’s first book printed with movable metal elements, a collection of zen teachings printed only a few kilometers (and six and a half centuries) away.
Fear and loathing in Korean corner diner
Memory of one beautiful January