Bridge etiquette in Korea

Who would have thought that so much thought could have gone into a sign about crossing a bridge?

Never pass the old in Korea

If anyone can tell me what you have to do to “trifle” on a bridge I would be delighted to hear, obviously it is only westerners who are expected to “trifle” on bridges because the sign is in English.

Lastly do you have to slow down for the the old, the weak and the drunken children so that you don’t pass them? And what if one of them stops can you pass them then?

Korea must be such a confusing place if there is so much thought given to something as simple as bridge etiquette.

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