“What a hot day! It’s time to pop-up the retractable roof”
Did you notice that there are two lanes for crossing?
Most, if not all, zebra-crossings that I saw in South Korea have two lanes — like so…
This one taken in Daegu. Please also note the arrows
Judging from the arrow, pedestrians are encouraged to walk on the right side — probably because South Korea is using right-hand traffic.
Indonesia and Japan are using left-hand traffic, so crossing the road is a bit confusing for me — my reflex is always to walk and look at the wrong side.
*Busan & Daegu, South Korea