Day 16 Daegu: Museums in Banwoldang
Armed with a tourist map, i visited some tourist spots and museums whilst on my way to Seomun Market.
I met a man while i was on my way to one of my destinations.
To be honest, i was scared.
My mother's face started appearing in my mind and she was warning me not to talk to strangers.
Newspaper cuttings of girls getting kidnapped and raped in a foreign country floated around in my sea of thoughts.
But i thought that i will know when to make my escape if there ever is a need.
I was fully vigilant as he led me to another place.
We reached an alley with a painting of Lee Sang Hwa on it.
As he explained the poem written beside the painting, i was ready to push off from my right foot and take off any second.
Then, at the end of the alley, i saw the Old House of Lee Sang Hwa.
As he talked to me, i was thinking of how to tell him that i wish to continue on my journey alone.
After i walked around the house, i waited for a while as he chatted with the caretaker and then i thanked him and told him that i would be leaving.
Roman Catholic Cathedral Church (Gyesan Cathedral)
Missionary Chamnes's House (Medical Museum)
In the vicinity:
Missionary Switzer's Residence (Museum of Mission)