★ Third Infiltration Tunnel (第三南侵隧道)
Montagne: Well, there's another place that could be a similar experience, and that is the Third 8)Infiltration 9)Tunnel at the 10)DMZ—that would be the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea. Why don't you tell us about this site?
Ms. Price: Sure. That was actually a really interesting experience. I was doing a project in Korea, and I had the opportunity to visit the DMZ. And I would have thought this was like a Berlin Wall-type thing, but it's actually more of a sidewalk 11)curb dividing North and South Korea. And then there's soldiers on either side just staring at each other.
But what happens on the tour is that you put all your stuff into a 12)cubby, and they give you this 13)helmet, and then they put you on this little train. And if you're like me, you're kind of like 14)lulled into 15)complacency because it kind of seems like a Disneyland ride. And then all of a sudden, with no explanation, they take you down into this narrow, 16)claustrophobic tunnel 17)blasted into solid rock that the North Koreans had blasted.
★Seattle Gum Wall (西雅图口香糖墙)
Montagne: There's also the Seattle Gum Wall, which is apparently visited by quite a few people on a regular basis. But in fact, it's a place you would say don't go.
Ms. Price: I think I would genuinely say, don't bother with the Seattle Gum Wall before you die. I think that I don't even need to give any qualifications there. I mean, it's exactly what it sounds like. It's a wall where people have put gum. I don't know. If I'm sitting in the movie and I feel under the seat, and I touch a piece chewed gum, my response is not, “Wow! I really wish I could see a whole wall of more of that. ” Yeah, I don't think it's really necessary to visit.