Seoul Lantern Festival at Cheonggyecheon, Seoul, South Korea — visited 15th November 2016. That's one of my favourite pano shots yet~ :D And this was the best I could get trying to selfie with the fishes heh. . Anyway, I've always found light in monotone really cool~ . And more pretty lights under the bridges~… Continue reading Seoul Lantern Festival.
Naksan Park, Seoul, South Korea visited — 14th November 2016. . We initially planned on walking along the Seoul City Wall towards Dongdaemun. Then.. We got distracted. Lol. . #104
Ttukseom Hangang Park, Seoul, South Korea — visited 13th November 2016. That tube-like walkway is really a lot more spacious inside than it looks from the outside. It houses multiple exhibition spaces. Really cool stuff! And thanks to Ingress once again for taking me places~ This was one of my stops for the Via Noir… Continue reading Ttukseom Hangang Park.
Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond (동궁과 월지), Gyeongju, South Korea — visited 8th November 2016. Or more popularly known by it's former name, Anapji Pond (안압지). . #084
Cheomseongdae Obervatory (瞻星臺 / 첨성대), Gyeongju, South Korea — visited 8th November 2016. The oldest existing astronomical observatory in all of Asia! Apparently, 362 stones were used in building this very unique observatory to represent the 362 days in a lunar year. Just something interesting I found while researching on this place back then. ^^… Continue reading Cheomseongdae Obervatory.
Hyeopjae Beach, Jeju, South Korea visited — 27th October 2014. . I probably couldn't see what I was taking most of the time :/ But anyway, just some random photos of Jiro enjoying beach time~ . #066
Changgyeonggung, Seoul, South Korea — visited 17th October 2014. My favourite out of the 4 grand palaces plus 1 shrine that were included for admission with the integrated ticket. It's not a big compound, but I loved how it felt really spacious and calm, unlike the larger and more popular palaces where although huge and… Continue reading Changgyeonggung.