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"Landing pack ponies at Chemulpo [Incheon] for advance [to] Seoul" (Russo-Japan war) Collier's Weekly, Mar 22, 1904. Library of Congress

Water for commoners came mainly from communal wells, except for some 'yangban' households that had their own. Households without wells used water carriers balancing buckets on a shoulder-pole. Source: Pratt, Keith. Old Seoul, 1902. To supply a large city with water from neighborhood wells is a work of no small magnitude, and the water-carrier is a recognised institution, which boasts of a powerful guild. The work is genuine and hard, and the pay is correspondingly high.e Homer B. Hulbert.

한남동 [Hannam-dong, 漢南洞] Seoul, Korea, 1962 photographer Unidentified 신사동에서 출발한 나루배가 한남동 나룻터로 향하고 있음 강건너 강남 신사동, 반포 미류나무 모습 * BR3 project http://www.br3project.com/ Blog - http://blog.naver.com/br3project Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Brand3Project/ 기획 Designersparty http://www.designersparty.com/

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© Han Youngsoo - Hangang River, Seoul, Korea 1956-1963

© Han Youngsoo - Hangang River, Seoul, Korea 1956-1963

© Han Youngsoo - Hangang River, Seoul, Korea 1956-1963

OLD KOREA - LAND OF THE MORNING CALM -- Junks Along the Han River at YUNG SAN, a Logging Town Near SEOUL | pastoral scene on a beautiful day in Korea. Photo by Herbert Ponting, 1903.