Saturday, January 20, 2007

잊을 수 없는 곳에

Shanghai is divided by the Huangpu River (황포강-黄浦江) into Pudong (포동-浦東) and Puxi (포서-蒲西) just like the Han River (한강-漢江) that divides Seoul into Gangbuk (강북-江北) and Gangnam (강남-江南). While Pudong is meant to be the future of Shanghai, Puxi is the old and modern-day Shanghai. The old western buildings at the Bund or Waitan (外滩) at Puxi are magnificient to look at after dark, whether from a distance or close-up.

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