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Photographer:lappino [View profile]Title:KEUM EOAdded:Apr 19, 2015
Captured:December 28, 2014IMO:UnavailableHits:2,221
Location:Masan, Korea (South)
Photo Category: Harbour & tour boats / restaurant vessels
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Oh...my...god. This contraption was spotted at Masan. Korean flagged, MMSI: 440309470, allegedly fully stable up to sea state 0.1. :)
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lappino on Apr 20, 2015 09:50 (2 years ago)
Henning, the good thing is that the Chinese, Korean and Japanese people can all read the same newspapers, if written in Chinese characters / hanja / kanji, even if pronounced completely differently, because they are all based on the same (Chinese) symbols. Not so good about it is that you need to know a lot of symbols to understand them. :)

But Korean hangul characters are actually letters, and there are only 24 of them, so it's not a problem to read them. They may look more difficult, because they are "packed" in "groups", but still so much easier that Chinese symbols.

Rgds

Vlad
Henning Brauwers on Apr 20, 2015 08:56 (2 years ago)
How about Korean Characters ?
There is a significant difference between chinese / korean and japanese Characters
lappino on Apr 19, 2015 16:01 (2 years ago)
Just like you said, jadran, the name is very literal:

금 (keum, but also geum, or something in between) means (among other things) gold, while 어 (eo) means fish. The same is also written in Chinese characters in the middle.

Rgds

Vlad
jadran on Apr 19, 2015 15:23 (2 years ago)
What does KEUM EO mean ?
I believe it has something to do with that "creature" !???

Hi Vlad,, can you find any translation from the Korean language ............
Brgds (J)
SusanW50 on Apr 19, 2015 14:51 (2 years ago)
Um, this is rather interesting! Strange indeed, but good photo! Thanks for sharing. :)

Susan
lappino on Apr 19, 2015 14:49 (2 years ago)
I don't know, but I'd have serious doubts to embark on such a vessel... :)
Pilot Frans on Apr 19, 2015 13:07 (2 years ago)
Ships seems to be ready to take a dive ;-)
Dеnis on Apr 19, 2015 12:50 (2 years ago)
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