Lost history in Seoul and Sorry to the History

3 months ago
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I met my friend to have a dinner. It was a second day of my itinerary after the retirement.
I walked along the street to go to the coffee shop where we promised to see.
Suddenly I noticed a small board on which pimatgol’피맛골’ was written.
The word ‘pimatgol’ means that escaping from the horses.

For a long time ago, the ordinary people were not allowed to walk the main street.
Main Street was road for the novel class, so common people should walk along the backyard alley to escape from the horses.

Naturally the Pimatgol became the ordinary people’s alley.
There were small snack bars and shops. There were very complicated places.
It had been more than 600 years.

I also had bought the lunch when I was young and poor student. Sometimes me and my friends had met at the Pimatgol and had the humble lunch. At that time I was happy.

The board guided me into the past, so I walked into the Pimatgol thinking the past.
But the Pimatgol was not that pimatgol where I have remembered.

There were no more snack bars and people. The shops were closed.

I felt sorry about the Pimatgol. The history of 600 years happened to be disappeared.
Maybe young generation could not remember or understand that the pimatgol means.

With a severe heart, I passed through the Pimatgol.
As coming closer to the Insadong area, the atmosphere was changing.
Finally I arrived at the restaurant where we promised to meet.

The Insadong alley was clean and well decorated.

On the contrary the Pimatgol seemed to be abandoned.

I don’t Know why Seoul city government did not care for the Pimatgol.
I entered into the restaurant with a feeling of sorry.

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I like the colorful trees. The streets are small but they seem really quiet and one can take a relaxing walk. Thanks for sharing.

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Interesting pictures of Korea. Thanks for sharing

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Great post! Thanks for sharing these photos with us :)

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these one is quite interesting

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Very cool. These pics of Seoul tell a great story. Please keep these travel posts going, it's nice for those of us who can't get away often.

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INteresting post and photos!

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good evening brother @slowwalker
Great photography and I also do not forget that visiting the places we went in the past is great
I liked this article and really deserved it Resteem This Post
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awesome collection of wonderful pictures thanks for this lovely post

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@slowwalker it was great to know about pimatgol and how you used to spend good times with your buddies back when you were young. Yeah man it does hurt when you dont get things like you left them behind living, enjoying. I am already missing tons of things of my childhood just in my 19s.

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74
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hahaha
Thank you for your thoughtful understanding

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a wistful post, @slowwalker.

So much of what is charming in a city depends on nostalgia and vestiges of the past.

When I was growing up in Toronto there were tubs on busy street corners that were used to water horses. Of course, horse-drawn wagons began being phased out in the 1950's and within two decades there was no longer a use for these tubs.

The Pimatgol falls into this category. It has become irrelevant to modern Seoul and has no place in its future.

I do agree with you that some aspects of traditional architecture and culture should be maintained by a city for the sake of its heritage, and they can also serve to promote tourism.

But inevitably, anything that's no longer relevant will eventually be lost. Even cursive writing in schools is no longer being taught.

The world of the future will be no place for old men, lol.

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The thing is; I think that it still IS relevant in Korea, as you still see streets like this prosper in smaller towns. The problem lies with the western obsessionism, and the the cultural aspect of "face." The government, especially in cities like Seoul, want to promote being "modern" (western) as for them, it makes them feel like they are a leading nation, and wealthy. There have been A LOT of changes in this regard with the upcoming hosting of the Olympics.
Seoul is the least returned to place for tourism in the world (last time I checked), and it's because people don't actually feel like they travelled anywhere. It's Starbucks in a concrete jungle.
Seoul is not Korea, imo.

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74
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Right. I agree with you.
They need to recreate not to immitate

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that's very insightful, @imlikett - thank you for providing your experience - what you say makes sense

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74
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Yes, I understand the situations.
But I was just feeling sorry about something I had experienced

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Awesome post.

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54
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Its the same with lot of towns, not just streets in Croatia. Young people leave them searching for a better life and Government don't want to do anything :/

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74
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lol
that happens in every place

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The Insadong alley looks beautiful :)

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74
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Yes great

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Wow!!!so beautiful your photography , i want carry on your life.
and you next post sharing us, all the best

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Thank you so much

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We have such alleys in the cities of The Netherlands as well, I call them "the backside of the city". They always look sad, and in great contrast with the loud shop fronts on the other side of the buildings.

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lol.

Yes the word 'sad' seemed proper to show that situation

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옛 추억을 회상하면서 걸으셨을텐데, 낯선 것들만 있어서 안타깝습니다. 저도 어릴 적 전라도 광주에 살았을 때, 여러 골목과 상점이 기억납니다. 언젠가 한 번 광주로 내려가 어린 시절을 회상하면서 거닐어보고 싶은 마음이 듭니다.

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추억을 회상하는 것도 좋은 일이지요

56
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I am very happy to read it, and I am happy to follow you always here

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Good story

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  ·  3 months ago

Hello @slowwalker, as always reading your adventures.

Maybe not in the same way, or maybe you would not understand it at all, but part of what you describe there is what I feel when I see Venezuela.

So much history, so much wealth, and so much forgetfulness and neglect.

Why do some cities or countries, those we love from the heart, involute in that way? Will we be guilty? Even if it's a little?

Continue with your stories, I will follow you. My best wishes.

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Thank you

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there are sweet word Instructive

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oww...i want to say korean photography is very nice not only photography but also Korean all place are very nice and i have a desire to go to korea for visit this country but when i will go i have no idea but one day i will go to korea..
@slowwalker

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Welcome to Korea, at anytime.

69
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Interesting and a little sad story))) But I'm sure that you had a great time with your friend))) Beautiful photos!))) I'm waiting for new stories))))

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Thank you so much

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I hate history when I was in High School but I started to realize it when I grew up. It's such a sad story to hear that the place lost its history. I hope they'll do something about it.

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Thank you for your support

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Thanks for sharing.
Just resteem your post.
Nice photography.
@qami

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74
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Thank you so much

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Going back to places where we once had pleasant memories only to find them shuttered and abandoned is sad. Those activities that happened there hopefully are just happening some place else. Change never stops. I hope your lunch with your friend was a good one, and cheered you up! Be well and thank you for sharing your photos and thoughts.

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Thank you for your comment

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What a nice example of local history! It's a pity they don't preserve a part of this urban past

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Amazing Photos
You are the father I spent in. The penalty of your childhood seems to have changed a lot
They have some refinements to add aesthetics

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What are these trees? In what are they covered?

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Nice photography! 😍😍 @slowwalker

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Thank you so much

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You're welcome mate.

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That separation in our society was mainly due to the caste system in here.But i do not know any thing regarding the separate streets in here.But I have heard that when nobles come the lowers or peasants had to get away from the roads.Thank for your nice review of the past and the photos
-cheers-

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74
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hahaha
thank you for stopping by

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Very beautiful photos, wow.

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Hi slowwalker.. i read your post and your shots and content inspired me.. Thanx for talking about historic place

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Thank you for reading

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makes me go alive. good one slowwalker

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You are welcome.. But no need of it coz you teach me a new word pimatgol and i knew its meaning escaping from horses and also i able to know about an old memorable place.. Can you plz tell me tha pimatgol is from which language?

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That was touching, thanks for sharing

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good work

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My friends and I*

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wow
it looks so lonely, hope they resolve this issue
have a pleasant trip @slowwalker

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lol

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Very nice report. Fortunately we have the memories
when the places are so abandoned.

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@slowwalker what you are feeling my friend is nostalgia. I get the same feeling walking past a place I grew up because of the special memories I had there now the place has been transformed to something that was a shadow of its former self.

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hahaha
your feeling is as same as mine

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your writing skill is too good and good explain nice post and amazing photography ...wish you best of luck .....

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Thank you so much

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Poignant post.

Wow, there was a... road for nobles? Like the poor were not allowed to walk on it?

Kind of makes you wonder about the way classes were divided in olden times.

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That was normal in olden times

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Ah.

Hey, are you 'oldstone' in steemit chat?

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we have crazy classes division here

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Honestly its the first time I read a Post of you.
It seems that you are person with a wide heart.

I am not well planted in that kind of history but from now on I will follow to learn more about the person behind these posts.

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74
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Thank you so much

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No, I have to thank you my friend :)

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good one mate

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I lived in Korea for 18 years and have never heard about the street called Pimatgol. Thanks for sharing.

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lol
Pimatgol is the back yard alley of Jong-ro

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one day i might visit to see the place

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Such a lovely place..just like the one I saw on korean dramas.

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lol

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congratulations for your post and also your beautiful photos about Korea , I invite you to check my
last post if you like :)

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74
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;))

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This is si sad. History that has gone.

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Wow, I really love korean culture , I was obsessed with kdramas so I started to read more about korean. It is awesome to know about new things . Thanks for sharing!!

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lol
Thank you so much

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I really like how you took so many shots of narrow streets and alleyways. Most "here's a city I visited" albums are the big scenic areas that we've all scene a million versions of. Cool take on the city.

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@slowwalker i love your article. Keep it up

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It is a wonderful history story. I have a similar story.

https://steemit.com/pagoda/@xjustice/in-1931-the-tallest-brick-pagoda-in-the-world

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Here is a sorrowful street. hope to be preserved. Thanks for posting. I will be follow you

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Its always rough when you see things from your childhood, especially those with historical significance disappear.
Having lived in Korea for 6 years, I noticed it is very different in terms of keeping it's historical and cultural heritage. The government, and the new generation seem so focused on being western, that they don't care about what Korea means. It's sad.
When you are in the big cities, you don't feel like you're in Korea, you feel like you are in any other big city. However, when you are in a big city in Japan, or somewhere, you still really feel like you are in that place.
You really have to travel to smaller towns, to get a feel for Korea. I always tell people; if you plan to come to Korea, don't go to Seoul.

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lol
Seoul is no more Korea ?

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Seoul is Korea, but what I mean is; I feel like you will experience more of Korea, or more culturally rich Korea, by traveling to different parts of Korea.

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They are great. Congratulations!

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Wow your photo are amazing 👍
i am korean
i will follow on you
if you want to see my photo
always open @jejuin

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;))

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Indeed, it is quite sad that sometimes, the old places that we used to go to and loved are changed, worse, now gone for the sake of "development".
Good post

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wow i like your photo

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hello simple and beautiful sharing your health :)

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Thank you

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The Pimatgol(피맛골) is not abandoned. Many workers at the Seoul city center, especially the press and the government workers visit there every lunch time.

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Nice post....i love korea....
Regards @slowwalker
Follow me....

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Each photo talk me about history in each street, really good work man. Regards

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74
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Thank you so much

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It's gloomy to know about sorry state of the Pimatgol. You are roaming around nice places. It was a pleasure to read your blog written in distinctive way.

Thank you for sharing such an amazing blog.

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sigueme amigo pablosky

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Unfortunately it's not like before where this street was alive, all because of globalization and new technology people prefer to isolate themselves with their smartphones to which they are dependent

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lol

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Posts that attract my friend, you are amazing ..

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Write very good

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Pimatgol is famous place, Seoul is many place that disappeared by development. I think it is more important to keep the old things better than the new ones, and I feel sorry for them. The picture is so pretty. : )

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서울에 사는 한사람으로써 참 안타까울 뿐입니다. 도시개발도 좋지만 에휴~~그냥 슬프네요. 저는 아직 젊은 나이이지만 어릴적 어머니와 같이 골목골목으로 다니던 인사동 골목들까지도 변해버려 옛맛이 없어요. 서울시는 정말 뭐하는건지 모르겠어요. ㅎㅎ

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nice place and pic. very beautiful!

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Thank God have know steemit now when I steal have the enagye so can move and visit de would when I get money.

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long back in a book i read about Pimatgol. now i understood it.
good information about pimatgol,

pictures are very lively

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amazing

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Really like the way you are telling us your discovery and feeling !

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thumbs up man

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Que buen post! Me gusto mucho 👽💚

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i feel for you. dont feel the pimatgol.
Keep the old visuals alive so that we all can remember it.

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times changed and there were no more horses to evade.insadong looks pretty good in pictures though.

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lol

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I am so amazed about the whole eastern culture and the things that they presents to the world. Thank you for that lovely article!

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The Insadong alley is so beautiful & clean . I want to be there . Nice Photography . Keep it up

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The loss of many historical sites or important places may not just happen in your country just @slowwalker. In my area of ​​Aceh, Indonesia, many historical sites or important places containing missing pum history values. We who were born before the site disappear may still be recorded in our minds memory. But what about the generation after us, we can be sure they are blind to the history of the country. It is said that if the local government does not store archives related to the site. Baletapa hurt us all. No more generations know its people.

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Right ! You write to see all persons.

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This is the best post on Steemit. I gave you a vote now, ya heard?

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buteaiful and nice biulding like it

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Its sad that across the world, gradually authenticity of the places are dissappearing coz of modernization. My recent trip to mexico was fantastic, and got to live and see authentic mexico.. By the way great post.. :)

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Hi @slowwalker =D Usually I am the one writing travel stories and here I am now on the other side, falling in love with your post here. It's so wonderful to be able to see a place through someone else's eyes. I love Steemit for that!

This is a completely different perspective than most people will ever get. Thank you for including the history as well. I now want to read more about it. I really love the seemingly abandoned places that exist all over the world because I like to imagine the past.

I've never been to Seoul but because of this, I know I will definitely come to Pimatgol if I am ever in the city.

Thanks for sharing =D

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Cool!

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Seoul is amazing. A friend of mine has been wanting to take a trip with me their for a while. I just may have to. Great Photos and story. The wrapped trees are very unique.

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that is an amazing post waooo great

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The pictures are beautiful. I like photography, too. I've already paid attention to you. Follow me.

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Wow, that city looks interesting, when travelling, you can always find interesting photos where you least expect.....

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excellent post... thanks for sharing

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Nice one,i loved the way you arranged your words keep it up,i followed you, hoping to hear more from you.

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IF FRIEND TIMES IS SAYING THAT REMEMBERING IS LIVING, BUT THE GOVERNMENTS DO NOT REMEMBER THEY ONLY MATTERS THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE, THAT'S WHY A LOT OF HERITAGE PAINS TO Oblivion, nice post

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This is the first time i heard about pimatgol. So much need to know about south korea.

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Thank you for the great post that provides so much valuable information. Your post has been Upvoted and Resteemed so that more people can read your blog.

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awesome collection of wonderful pictures thanks for this lovely post

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amazing accumulation of great pictures a debt of gratitude is in order for this stunning post

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History should always be remembered as it is the one who gives people a lesson. Without history, people could have made the same mistake over and over again. Hence, the importance of Pimatgol to the generation who witnessed it is important. It could have been one of the tourist spots in Korea in remembrance to the people who lived that time. This is a very heartfelt post of you Sir @slowwalker. I love SK so much and I wanna visit this country but sadly when I applied for a tourist visa, my application was denied. :(

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Interesting post. When I see abandoned structures I feel a strange melancholy as well. For me, I think it's seeing all the history AND all the potential lost to the modern age.

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thats really sad!nations who lost their lost their identity its really sad for the seoul city and the people of seoul

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congratulations for your post and also your beautiful photos about Korea , I invite you to check my
last post if you like

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wow. amazing photography.
@qami

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I want to go to Seoul and get lost down one of those little alleyways

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wow!! it's amazing!!

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You have really captured the essence in your photography , wonderful post , keep up the good work :D - Check out my photography posts :D

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Interesting history. I like learning about other cultures

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Thanks for sharing...

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It`s awesome, Thank you for sharing!

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thank you to share your experiences with us..have a nice day

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Wao great post all picture are very beautiful

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This looks like a ghost town.

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That was a touching story! I think sooner or later something or someone will breath new life into the Pimatgol, too. After all Seoul is a modern city with dense population and I don't expect it to be able to afford to waste space. Of course, the new life would not be as 600 years ago, but that's how cities everywhere live - constantly changing and evolving. Thank you for sharing a personal story and a bit of history!

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Nice photos, I like your stories! :-)
Would you mind checking out also my profile?

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Nowadays people don't care about the past or history and that's alarming because if we don't know our history, then what is there.. I am not saying that we shouldn't look up to future... Yes, we should. but it's the past that can teach us many lessons.. and can shape us to great ones.
Thanks for sharing....Have a nice day..
Cheers.!!

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it is interesting to see the difference between new nice made streets and the old and not looking after streets ...even a bit spooky , would not like to make a walk at night in this old narrow streets :O

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wonderful..

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I like the colorful trees. The streets are small but they seem really quiet and one can take a relaxing walk. Thanks for sharing.

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great post :D

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interesting story , as well as the pictures

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beautiful and nostalgic

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These are beautiful photos conveying a powerful sentiment. It makes me truly sad that so many major cities are losing the spirit that makes them unique. We should be trying to bridge a gap between modernization and preservation.

After all it's easier to know where you're going if you know where you've already been...

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  ·  3 months ago

HI @slowwalker great history , great post .. 600yrs thats is ancient long history... in my country malaysia , alleys like this don't exist yet...looking forward to read your next travel post .. steam on ..

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  ·  3 months ago

I can feel your emptiness of the streets from your photos and your story. I can just imagine the alleys and pimatgol come to life with snack bars and shops in those days. I’m a Malaysian, but I hope all Koreans can read your post and hopefully bring some awareness to its history. Cheers.

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  ·  3 months ago

Such a wonderful photos. Hope you will post more in future.

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  ·  3 months ago

These narrow streets are very exotic! Thank you for traveling!

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  ·  3 months ago

Sorry 4 that feeling, I wish ur pimatgol is still the same

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  ·  3 months ago

Would like to know how old are the oldest buildings still standing in Pimatgol street. Are there still some that are 600 years old?

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  ·  3 months ago

What a write up .keep it up.

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  ·  3 months ago

It looks so different from the western world o:

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  ·  3 months ago

lol

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  ·  3 months ago

Beautiful pictures.
The fact is that when civilization comes, it peels away layers of history and lays the people (younger generations) bare of their past.
It happens everywhere.

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  ·  3 months ago

the reverse side of the Asian metropolis

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  ·  3 months ago

There are lot of streets around the world that have history, but some people dont know about it. Great post my friend @slowwalker.

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Thank you for comment

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  ·  3 months ago

Great photos and a very wonderful place. I really like how the streets are so clean. Thank you for posting this. I will follow you

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  ·  3 months ago

I also agree with you about goverment action.
Saving old & memorial space is good presents for young people.

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  ·  3 months ago

I know you must have planned to enjoy yourself

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  ·  3 months ago

I love you so much @slowwalker...

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  ·  3 months ago

A student is a wonderful memories, although mediocre money as long as we're with friends will be getting its own happiness, I never had it because I was a student ...
Great post..

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  ·  3 months ago

Great post. Great memory.

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  ·  3 months ago

Hi @slowwalker good post and well done . UpVoted and resteemed successfully. Please see my last posts and upvote. thank you.

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  ·  3 months ago

After reading your post, I got curious about Pimatgol. Nice post and photos.

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  ·  3 months ago

seoul city, what a nice and lovely pics from the view

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  ·  3 months ago

muy buena publicacion hermano. excelente.

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  ·  3 months ago

Well, that is the problem of governments; They do not usually walk next to their people and everywhere it is the same. Greetings

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  ·  3 months ago

Stunning photos and a small but significant slice of history I wouldn't have known without your sharing.

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  ·  3 months ago

Thanks for these very interesting pictures.

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  ·  3 months ago

LIKE how they styled the trees with the color. The streets seem really pacefull and relax.
GoodJob.