Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. I’m fighting a cold this week. My head feels like “watermelon mush”. I apologize in advance for any typos (or whatever) in this weeks post 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving for those celebrating today!
Last Saturday I went on a bus tour of rural Korea. Subsidized by the Korean government, we got to trip around rural Korea for the day and ate like Korean royalty for a mere 16,000 Won. What more could this budget traveler ask for, eh?
Our first stop was the Bell Museum in Jincheon. I had no idea this museum even existed, and it was so interesting and well put together. Featured were Korean, Chinese, and Japanese Buddhist bells. There was also a colorful exhibit of more modern glass bells from around the world.
The shot I’m sharing with you I took from the second floor; a large Korean Buddhist bell that is on display in the lobby.
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Korean Buddhist Bell; Bells Museum, Jincheon
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Check out the Bells Museum…
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