I haven't had much of a chance to get out and about recently, so I've just been looking for photo opportunities close to my house (or in my way, whatever I am doing). The composition of this image stood out to me... It's a bit weird, but I liked it. The mirror pole in the centre divides the image in two, while the people attending the cart make up the two thirds.
I am not completely certain about this, but it is quite common for the homeless of Seoul to collect boxes as they get money for returning them to somewhere. I am pretty sure this is correct, but please let me know if I am wrong :)
Seoul has a great divide between the rich and the poor. Often you can see homeless people collecting cardboard in the same image that you can see skyscrapers in the background. My guess is that this could partly be due to the rabid development of Seoul and Korea as a whole.
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