|Posted by Terry Love on June 14, 2002 at 13:56:22:|
By Barbara Demick
SUWON, South Korea � As the tourists crowd in for a better look, Lee Pil Ung opens one of the stalls of the ladies' room and, speaking through a hand-held microphone, extols the virtues of the toilet.
He demonstrates the plastic wrap that revolves to supply a fresh toilet-seat cover for every user. Then, closing the door to the stall, he points to the loudspeakers piping in chamber music and to a rack of reading material that this city supplies in its public restrooms.
"This is not just a toilet," says Lee, a volunteer tour guide who works for the city. "This is a space for culture, a space for music."
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