I used to be it is younger back then.
Photo courtesy of Olivia Watson.
Sign found at Haeundae Beach, Busan, Korea.
But is it most beautiful it is, isn’t it?
Damn, these swimming beaches are everywhore!
But beware of sharks
Or North Koreans natioals
If you want to enjoy the summer, the best time is usually in summer.
They used to enjoy the summer here, until the sharks arrived.
I gave that beach a national person. Beaches love national persons.
If you find yourself swimming in a Hyundai, it’s probably too late to get your brakes serviced.
@ Droll not Troll | 4:36 am: Hyundai beaches will drive you crazy!
Mmmm … Sand witches on swimming beaches!
A Frog in a pond, has no concept of the ocean.
Of course there are many swimming beaches, it is the Dykes beach picnic day.
The water is therefore full of snarks.
So many swimming beaches but the sea is just standing there?!
They used to enjoy summer here, but now they just stare at their smart phones.
@Seventy2rd o clock | 5:00 am: No, the sea is in bed.
@Frank Burns | 5:06 am: Ain’t that the truth! I couldn’t believe it when I saw a guy walking along a scenic trail in one of our national parks, gazing at his phone!
WARNING: Don’t drive in the swimming beach – it is not deep enough and is harder to sea
That pronuncuation Haeundae = modern.
If you pronounce it like most Australians, Hy undai = sad
Hehe. Another case of El pah/jero pueblo. 🙂
I don’t care what your name is, if yoiu keep alarming the tourists by walking on the water, I’ll nail youto that piece of 6X4″.
I’d like to see this beach where the surface of the water is vertical!
DrLex: Not to mention the Jets. (Theatrical reference)
Actually that photo looks a lot like a gigantic tsunami. No wonder people “used” to enjoy summer.
On the other hand, international few people must enjoy the summer in winter
Did you say summer?
Wait, water is up and wall is down?