South Korea churches’ beacons an eyesore to some: Red neon crosses are a common sight atop churches in South Korea. Church leaders say they are an important symbol of faith, but critics see them as an annoying source of light pollution.
Photo: Neon crosses light the South Korean sky. Government officials say that they are able to only make recommendations to churches about the light despite many complaints from residents. Credit: Matt Douma / For The Times
does this remind anyone else of the blues brothers?
(Source: Los Angeles Times)