So you're probably feeling pretty fuzzy right now. But wait, there are some downsides to drying your clothes on a rack. Sometimes, even with the addition of fabric softener, your previously soft cotton towels will dry up into one crusty, sandpaper-like, piece of cardboard. The days of launching your damp clothes into the dryer and walking away are over. Now you have to hang dry each individual piece of clothing which takes time. Also, the feeling of fresh clothes right out of the dryer are long gone. So if you're in Korea teaching English...get used to it! Most traditional Chinese households dry their clothes on drying racks back home. My family did at least, so I've been accustomed to stretched out t-shirt collars for a while now!
Anyways, if you want to make the ultimate drying rack all you have to do is find the following: find some bushes, miscellaneous foliage, or a flat surface and then launch your clothes on top to dry (watch out for Yellow Dust). Okay, so the following is not exactly clothing but they're towels. They are most likely for Dan Sushi to wipe and clean their cutting boards (I really hope it's not for them) or some ajuma that will use these for wiping down the elevator. Regardless, here is the ultimate drying rack...
It gets really dusty and dirty in the city, so drying them outside is not exactly the best idea...I could be wrong though. Maybe the pollution makes sushi taste better!
For those living in Korea, do you use a drying rack or dryer?