Everyone knows Bukchon, and many people know about Seochon, but few seem to know about Ikseon-dong.
I’ve also posted some shots of a snowy Gyeongbokgung Palace. Folk at Facebook seem to like this one. Personally, I like this one.
Photos of Korea
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지역 문화 발전소로 변신한 전분 공장 '제주앤트러사이트'_전성기 되찾은 재생건축 답사기 http://t.co/4qZoCHAx5T 출처 : 리빙센스 | 네이버 매거진캐스트
14 hours ago
Photo: Just hangin’ on the porch, Namhansanseong Fortress haenggung. http://t.co/W0SMERrc0w
15 hours ago
Photo: Looking down the other end of Sinchon Graffiti Tunnel. http://t.co/7IDJY6oCZg
Photo: The Sinchon Graffiti Tunnel, located near Sinchon Railroad Station. http://t.co/LmCsaMOQmf
Photo: “The Big Orange.” Downtown Seoul on a hazy late afternoon, seen from Namhansanseong Fortress. http://t.co/8fTvZHlgLv
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