National Geographic : 1933 Oct
Photograph by W. Robert Moore BROAD AVENUES HAVE SUPPLANTED MANY NARROW STREETS OF KEIJO (SEOUL) Before the control by the Japanese, streets in the capital city were narrow and in poor repair. Now the main thoroughfares are well paved. This isthe Nandaimon dori, looking from the railway station toward the ancient South Gate, which has given the street its name. Japanese shop signs are much inevidence.