The Village of NulloRi
    The village of NulloRi was located on the road's northern-most
curve between the greater villages of MunsanNi and the
conglomeration of vills around NopaeDong; and east from
ChangpaRi and west from the Turk Compound.      
    The Korean village within the military sector was like a mini-city,
more like a micro-community with the bare necessities.  Most were
farming vill's as was the purpose of this northern district.  Some
boasted a theater, an eatery, general stores, occasional open
markets, and all at least one tea house.
THE MAIN DRAG
                                                                                Photo presented by SP4 Lynn Zolnoski, fall 1966
        This photo was taken in the center of the road that runs through NulloRi facing
due east.  This road leads eastward to the Turk compound then curves right to the
conglomeration of vills including NopaeDong and Camp Mcgovern.    
                                                                                                               Photo presented by SP4 Lynn Zolnoski, fall 1966
        This photo is an about face of the above shot and was taken in the center of the
road that runs through NulloRi facing west toward ChangpaRi then south curving
toward MunsanNi.  
DAILY LIFE IN NULLO-RI
                                                                                           Photo presented by SP4 Dave Pechtold, winter 1966
        
Because of shadows this photo was more than likely taken facing the
northern side of NulloRi.  Children are seen at play  with mamasans looking on.  A
little girl brushes her teeth by one of those side ditches we so well remember
that could have carried all kinds of questionable questions.  
                                                                                                               Photos presented by SP4 Dave Pechtold, winter 1966
        These two photos were taken of the north side of the main drag due to the mountain
up the upper left and the shadows on the picture at right.  Both photos represent daily
Korean life at the general stores and open mini-markets along the strip.           
                                                                                                            Photos presented by SP4 Dave Pechtold, winter 1966
        The left photo was evidently taken of the northern side of the road due to obvious
shadows.  Note jeep parked adjacent to business shacks.  The souvenir shop at right
displays dolls and other souvenirs to attract the GI dollar.  This shop is most likely located
on the southern side of the road due to the sun's brightness.
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        Your photos are welcome; please feel free to present your
pictures with commentary—SP4 Julio Martinez.
 
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