The latest “storm” was closer to a hurricane according to me; it made the street lights*, signs and everything swing from Skanstull to Slussen.
Translated from the Swedish title it would be: It swings from Skanstull To Slussen and that would be Stockholm.
I’ve never seen street- or bus signs shudder in the wind, roof plates rattle or making sounds or in behaving in that way before. Kind of windy?
* The street lights where swinging back-and-forth in unison on the entire stretch of Götgatan passing Medborgarplatsen and beyond simply powered by the wind…
A: Korean Electrical Construction Organization Kyeonggido Reginal – roughly translated according to Su Lee and Keonggido is apparently the name of a region near Seoul (the capitol of South [Sic!] Korea.
I for one, I am just loving it! It’s brilliant (my dearest son, did translate it, roughly in about 60 seconds and he is most definitely not from Korea…)!
It is the Internet? And information wants to be free. HK wants to be free.
Many, many, many thanks! : ). Now I need to fetch my phone…