Velotaxis

Sadly they seemed to be solely for advertising, not for use. Still, encouraging to see them.

(With the electric assist in modern velotaxis, these things should be everywhere by now.)

I hear through the grapevine (ie. the Korean blogosphere) that these things are set to become more popular here in Seoul with the pedestrianisation and traffic-culling going on around the tourist areas (post on this coming shortly).

Ah, and FYI the price is 1000 won (about 50p or 80 US cents; the price of a subway ticket here) for the first 10 minutes and 1000 won more for each 5 minutes thereafter.

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