Reflecting pond, National Museum of Korea
Hotteok joint behind our office in Samcheong-dong.
Traffic in front of Gwanghwamun Gate, taken on the way home from work.
COEX Aquarium, Seoul
Some friends were in town for the Seoul International Photo & Imaging Industry Show, so we went to Dongdaemun Design Plaza to shoot.
The ninth floor of the Lotte Fitin has a cafe with a terrace from which you can shoot… if you buy a coffee, of course.
Smartphone shot of downtown Seoul from Mt. Ansan at sunrise.
(UPDATE) DSLR shot on the bottom. Same place, same morning, same shite weather.
Weather was complete crap, but there are worse ways to spend a morning.
Enjoying a lunch-hour coffee beverage at the Jongchinbu, a Joseon Dynasty ministry building in the rear garden of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul.
Ajaeng and vase, Min House of Namsangol Hanok Village.
This week and next, Namsangol is hosting a series of performances by masters of Korean traditional music, followed next month by a series by younger Korean traditional musicians. The all-acoustic performances are held in the comfy confines of the 100-year-old Min House.
Lunch hour beneath the trees, Gyeongbokgung Palace.
The beautiful office of the Arumjigi Culture Keepers Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving “Korean beauty,” is a wonderful combination of the traditional and modern.