South Korea – where muslims, gays and a red-light district co-exist

In addition to a tiny Muslim community, the area is home to a vibrant gay scene, a host of foreign restaurants and the remains of a shabby red-light district that used to cater to soldiers from a nearby American army base.

— The Economist, in ‘South Korea’s approach to planning is starkly unsentimental


This neighbourhood could be a symbol of co-existence, tolerance and world peace!

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