Lost in the jungle of LED displays and century-old temples
A Portal to the Past
View of the North
Alleys of Bukchon
Food for the Seoul
The Conference Room at DMZ
That was incredibly beautiful. I’ve been hitting a wall recently, and been getting pretty low because of it. That just perked me up.
very nice thanks for sharing – jackie
Awesome pics! 🙂
Spent one night in Seoul as a layover enroute to Manila in ’95. Manila flight left at 8 AM next day, so didn’t see Seoul in the day and just an hour or two in evening as were were tired after an 18 hour non-stop flight from Detroit (which began in Florida). These photos make me want to stop over for a few days if I get back to Manila.
You should see Jeju, as well! 🙂
Lovely photo essay–you’ve captured Seoul very well and given me a very interesting idea about the city as I make plans to head there.
Although I’ve never been there, I feel like I would absolutely enjoy exploring it! Wonderful picture. Would it be possible to explore it for less than $25 a day? You know me :D!!
Only if you couchsurf, i guess. 😀
i remember Korea’s tourist attractions as crowded and hard to get shots without obstruction. Really admire how you were able to isolate your subjects and making it look serene.
We arrived before the Palace opened. Only a few visitors were there.
But the moment we stepped out, we were very surprised to see a large number of tourists at the entrance. 🙂
Amazing photos. These just made me sentimental. I lived in Seoul for over a year back in 2006; I’d love to see it all again sometime soon.
You really captured some special moments of my home. 🙂
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