Indoor Fishing in South Korea

Depending on whether you are a cynic or more of a sanguine type, you may see the South Korean sport of indoor fishing as either a bleak commentary or just a cultural curiosity. James Card writes about it The New York Times. “Picking a seat is as important as picking a fishing spot along a river. Not all the water in the pool is equal, as there are detectable currents from the water pump system. I glimpse shadows of fish hanging around the flowage. Already four anglers sit at different spots around the rectangle, staring at the glow-stick bobbers.”

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