Gyeongbokgung Royal Palace in Seoul

Outside view of Gyeongbokgung, showing a tiled wall, and red siding. Turquoise and red ornate eaves.

Gyeongbokgung Royal Palace in Seoul was the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty and remains a spectacular destination for visitors to Seoul and Korea.

Namsan Park and N Seoul Tower

Seoul Tower to the left of the frame, in the center is a sketch of a man with his arms out, as though flying.

Namsan Park and N. Seoul Tower are among the city’s two most conspicuous icons – one natural and the other human-made.

Gangwon Province Day at the Beach

View over the sea at sunrise with a rocky outcrop to the right of the frame. The sky has some clouds creating a dramatic red, pink, and blue vista.

Korea’s eastern provinces boast a long beautiful coastline dotted with towns and temples. This post covers a Gangwon Province day at the beach.

The Prada Transformer in Seoul

An exhibition of skirts hanging from the ceiling, against a white and black background at the Prada transformer in Seoul.

The Prada Transformer, a collaboration of the Italian designer and architect Rem Koolhaas, is a steel tetrahedron on the grounds of Gyeonghuigung palace.