I sketched this one at Insadong on the way going to the appointed place for August sketchcrawl. The homeless was lying down on the stone bench at 10:30 am; he was drunken already. Behind of him two men were busy with fixing the placard on the wall of gallery.
In the backyard of a noodle restaurant there was a movable pulley for lifting the goods. The man was packing the used boxes for recycling. He loaded them into his tricycle. The pulley reminded me of well used in old days.
At Gahoe-dong of Bugchon village the shops in street seemed to try to remain the roof line of Korean style house. Most shops or galleries in that village were pretty and had antique atmosphere. I sketched one dress shop.