Busan Metro Stations
Very cheerful and colorful — dominated with orange.
Photo of the platform.
Not like the stations in Tokyo, which are normally calm with subtle colors.
During the travel in South Korea, I notice a lot of signs mentioning about CCTV in operation.
That includes stations, malls, markets, stores — basically all public spaces, in every 5 meters (okay, I’m exaggerating, but you know what I mean).
I don’t know why, but it gives unsettled feeling for me.
I feel like I’ve been constantly reminded that there are a lot of bad people around you, and these CCTV cameras are there to record them.
I don’t like the feeling (wait a minute, I’m not a bad guy!?!)
Probably, the purpose of the signs are to make people feel safe — to ensure the safety of the public
I, however, feel exactly the opposite.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind the CCTV. In some way, I think it’s very good.
I just don’t like the constant reminder.
*Metro Stations, Busan, South Korea