- Like I said inÂ the first post, there are more Hyundais, Daewoos, and Samsung cars than anything else. Also, the Hyundai we have been driving around in for the past few days, a Grandeur, isÂ very nice. Doesnâ€™t feel anything like the Hyundais in the States.
- Many parking garages have those automated parking machines that file your car for you like it is in a card catalog.
- Koreans watch TV while they drive.
- The lines in the road are merely suggestions.
- Walk/Donâ€™t Walk signals in the crosswalk only hint at the possibility. It is not unusual to have a bus pull all the way through the crosswalk when the pedestrian cross signal is lit.
- Koreans run red lights if they want to.
- We have been around the city quite a bit and havenâ€™t seen one cop, police car or official of any kind. Korea is a very safe country with no guns. You can walk around pretty much anywhere at any time, and major traffic accidents are relatively rare.