Korean unisex toilet?

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Korean unisex toilet?, originally uploaded by wili_hybrid.

It’s another country. I really don’t understand, though.

4 thoughts on “Korean unisex toilet?

  1. It says Karma 21, Yangjae Car Theater. Maybe it means like a drive in, though I can’t imagine a drive in in Yangjae. There’s no fucking room.

      1. 倉態
        Wow, I think “byuntae” is not only Korean for “hentai“, but is actually cognate with it (倉態 = byun + tai = hen + tai). As is often the case, Korean seems to reserve the Old Chinese pronunciation that Mandarin often tweaks and that Japanese slices and dices.

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