rain in Korea

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It started raining last night around 9pm and it’s still drizzling now, 26 hours later. The small stream by the bus stop was a rushing river as I crossed the bridge this morning. The surrounding foliage burst into maturity over night.

There’s something I love about the rain in Korea.

Heavy and incessant, it washes away the grime of modernity, if only for a day.

Breathe is clear and deep.

The white clouds in the mountains remind me of a place long before I was born.

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