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Seoul Has Murals That Are Only Visible When It Rains

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South Korea has a rainy season that can last up to three months, which sounds pretty unpleasant, but a team of designers figured out a way to paint a silver lining onto that (rain)cloud, by creating street murals that only show up when they get wet. They used a special hydrochromatic paint on the, appropriately, under-the-sea-themed pieces. We can't see how happy the pedestrians are because they still all have umbrellas over their heads, but our guess is: marginally happier.

· Designers paint streets of South Korea during monsoon season with incredible vibrant murals that are only visible when it's RAINING [Daily Mail]