Main hall of Dongguksa, the only Japanese-style Buddhist temple from the colonial era that is still functioning as a Buddhist temple.
Gunsan’s beautiful old customs house, completed in 1908.
This photo could have been taken in the 1930s.
Colonial-era architecture, Gunsan.
Olympic Bridge… and Lotte World Tower, which will be 123 stories when it’s finished.
Run by third-generation barber Lee Nam-yul, Sungwoo Barbershop has remained virtually unchanged since it was founded in 1927. This rickety building hidden in an alley in Malli Market is a charming piece of Seoul’s “future heritage.”
View from Cheongpa-dong, a hilltop neighborhood near Yongsan Station.
Once one of Seoul’s wealthiest neighborhoods, Cheongpa-dong is a bit past its prime, but it’s a great place to walk around - a bit like walking back 30 years into the past.
Look, I know City Hall is one of the most hated buildings in the city, and not without reason, but from the inside, there’s quite a bit of beauty in there.
Trying to learn panning at Yongsan Station.
Myeong-dong at night. The Rubber Duck is pretty ironic, considering what happened today.
Lines and silhouettes, Sky Plaza, Seoul City Hall