Korea’s Secret Transportation
A few weeks back, I was standing in Busan with my friends, admiring the water feature outside of Busan station. I kept looking at it and looking at it, not quite sure why it was catching my attention. It just seemed so familiar.
Then, a few days later, I was looking at the promotions for the Expo 2012 in Yeosu, and I saw the display for the “Big-O” and found myself thinking… “Isn’t this in Busan already?”
It wasn’t until last week that I finally realized that Korea was keeping a secret from the rest of us here on earth. These circle shaped “statues” are EVERYWHERE. I even found one here in Bucheon, at the U-PLEX Hyundai Department store. It’s smaller, but conveniently located. These ring shaped statues are probably hidden all over the country, and I’m convinced that they’re more than just silly, obscure modern art that nobody cares for or really understands. It must have a deeper meaning.
I think South Korea have created Stargates and are going to use them as intercity travel.
I’ve tried hopping through them to see if it’ll work, however, I’ve had no luck so far. It might be a bit of a Platform 9 3/4 type of situation.
Do you have any of these “statues” in your cities? In your country? I’d be interested to see just how many we can find around.