It’s quite common in South Korea for fresh fruit and vegetable merchants to drive around suburban streets in their mini-trucks spruiking their wares over a loudspeaker. This is the sound of a merchant who specialises in peaches.
This is the sound of a late Korean Summer. The sound cicadas or 매 미 (meh-mee) fill the air with their wall of sound. 매 미 sound different to Australian cicadas, which I guess is no suprise. Their sound seems to come in waves, unlike their Australian counterparts who have more of a constant drone.