THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

incheon10 October ~ The flying Night Galleon of Incheon is feared by all, including sarcastic music press types. The fear comes from the fact that this is a winged ship that haunts the skies of North South Korea. That is, I think, the skies above the northernmost parts of South Korea, unless we have missed another partition. Those who have witnessed the spectacle – mostly lone pilots and tree surgeons – have described cowering beneath a hovering black hulk with glimpses of a skeletal crew leaning precariously over the bulkhead. Read more

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