So, in Daegu, South Korea...I had to go to Bullo-dong Tomb Park. The name alone fascinated me. A tomb park? Not a cemetary, but a park with ancient tombs.
A brief history about Bullo-dong Tomb Park...the cemetary was constructed in about the 5th or 6th century. The status of the person buried in these parks are determined by the size of the mounds. The bigger the mound, the higher the status of the deceased. The Tomb park contains 211 tombs and is carefully maintained to preserve the original shape and ancient appearance.
I have to admit, there was a part of me that wanted a pile of snow...a pair of skis...and I imagined myself having a little fun. Then again, I might just do that...a nice thought anyway.