A man and his dog were walking on the street. The man was enjoying the scenery and suddenly found out that he was dead, he remembered dying, and the dog walking next to him had died for several years. I wonder where the road is going..
After a while they reached a high and white stone wall along one side of the road. It looked like a fine marble. At the top of a long hill, a high arch shining in the sunlight broke. As he stood in front of him he saw a magnificent arch door that looked like a pearl, and the street leading to the door looked like pure gold. He and the dog walked toward the door, and as they approached, they saw a man aside from the desk.
When he got close enough he said,’Excuse me, where are we?
This is heaven. ‘The man answered. Would you like some water? ‘Asked the man. of course. If you come in, I’ll add some ice water. ‘The man beckoned and the door began to open. Gestures at the dog and says,’Can my friend come in?’ The traveler asked.
Sorry, but we do not accept pets. The man thought for a moment, then turned back and continued on the path he had with his dog. From a long hill, he came to a dirt road leading through a farm gate that seemed to have never been closed. There was no fence. As I approached the door, I saw a man inside reading a book leaning against a tree.
Excuse me! He called the man. Do you have water?
Yeah, there’s a pump come in.. How about my friend here? ‘The traveler beckoned the dog. There should be a bowl next to the pump.
They went through the door, and next to it was an old-fashioned hand pump with a bowl. The traveler filled a bowl of water, drank a long drink on his own, gave it to the dog, and when the stomach was full, he and the dog walked toward the man standing by the tree.
‘What do you call this place?’ The traveler asked. It’s confusing. The traveler said. The man down the road also said it was heaven. Oh, are you referring to the place where the Geum Gil and Jin spells are? no. It’s hell. ”Doesn’t it upset you that they use your name that way? ‘No, we’re happy to sort out those who leave behind their best friends.