Korea - 1972 Inchon

Fishing boats at Inchon Harbor. Not exactly cruise ships.

Fish market at Inchon. (Inchon is a port on the west coast where the UN forces staged their major amphibious landing during the war. Sorry, not war but a "police action".) As I walked along, someone kept bumping me from behind. Turned out to be a kid bumping me with a load of fresh fish. I let him by and watched as one of the fish slid off into the mud; naturally it was picked up and put back on the pile.

Fish seller I saw at Inchon harbor.

Barbed wire fence was convenient for drying fish.

School children assembled outdoors to draw a firetruck.