Love Locks

Some of the many thousands of padlocks attached to fences and other structures at the base of the N Tower atop Namsan Mountain in Seoul. Not sure where the practise originated or why it is prevalent in Korea but saw the same thing in Pusan when we visited there last month.

Many thanks for your visits and comments. I will try to upload on a daily basis but will have limited time to browse and comment.

For more information and to follow the progress of our time away I am maintaining a 'blog', if you are interested, here is a link http://2013cruise.travellerspoint.com/
Ah - l'Amour! Saw something similar in Paris but naturally not on such a huge scale or so colourful! Over there, they locked the padlock and threw the key into the Seine - the lock would never be undone and neither would their love. Ahhh... :)
posted April 10th, 2013  
Lovely shots and collage. This habit is taking on here as well.
posted April 10th, 2013  
@filsie65 I believe there's a European origin Phil. The shots represent only a small portion of the whole site.

@sangwann Thanks Dione, the manufacturers of padlocks must be very happy.
posted April 10th, 2013  
@tonydebont Just caught up with your daily 'blog' Tony - what a wonderful way to keep a record of all the wonderful things you're doing! I don't blame Jenny for being concerned.. I'm concerned and miles away, but all the news is about Margaret Thatcher and it's hardly mentioned over here so perhaps it's not as serious as it sounds. Hopefully it's all posturing and anti-US and you're as safe there as anywhere :)
(PS Glad the nuns were going to the cathedral btw! )
posted April 10th, 2013  
That's a lot of locks, lovely colours Tony.
posted April 10th, 2013  
WOW!!!! THAT is Wild! I have never seen anything like it - And I have never heard of this. GREAT Capture and Display!
K~
posted April 10th, 2013  
@filsie65 G'day Phil. Glad you found the blog interesting. It takes some time to write it up each day but gives people that are interested a look at what we're up to.
posted April 10th, 2013  
@tonygig Thanks Tony, there is so much happening here that is unusual, difficult to pick one topic.
posted April 10th, 2013  
@x1nij Thanks Marley, I suspect there are many more 'public' places where this occurs. So far they appear at places where people go to look out over the local city.
posted April 10th, 2013  
Wow! I have always wanted to see this place!
posted April 11th, 2013  
REALLY COLORFUL AND VERY INTERESTING.
posted April 11th, 2013  
@mrssmith203 Thanks Carla, how are you getting on with your iPad ??

@yorkie Thanks for the visit Yorkie.
posted April 11th, 2013  
Very interesting
posted April 18th, 2013  
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