Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Pohang, South Korea

The tiger has become a symbol of the Korean nation. Here it has been stylized into a map of the Korean peninsula. If you find the tip of the Tiger's tail, you will have found this tiger's comfortable niche, Homigot Point on the East Sea. Homigot is the eastern-most headland on the peninsula, a place to go to watch the sun rise, especially on New Year's Day. [2012]

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