It brings me great joy to know that there is a place where the air is remotely clean. You can certainly argue the virus has helped, but, gosh, it felt so good be inside of this place and take a nice, deep breath. Like most little things in Seoul, expect to never pay more than $5 or $10, which really helps me save money for travel and invest back home. Unfortunately, because Seoul is a megapolis, it does take a little time to get to, but I’ve gotten used to it by now. I just use my Spotify or Kindle to entertain me on long train rides. There was also a little bit of a wait to enter, as they were at 20% capacity due to the virus. The line went by fine, though. I found the whole experience to be totally worth it, and I kind of want to make a monthly pilgrimage here just for my mental health. I’ll bet the outside is even more beautiful now that spring has sprung and these photos are about a month late. Anyway, I wish I went here sooner. This is the kind of place (early, minimal visitors) that could keep a human sane.
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