(More) Photos that prove how stunning South Korea is

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about how picturesque South Korea is. Since then, I’ve been taking and editing numerous photos around Sokcho and Seoul. I can’t believe how many mountains there are to hike here! Between the scenery, colourful traditional clothing and intricate streets, I’ve had a lot of opportunities to practice (and improve) my photography.

Here are some of my favourite shots from the last 2 months that prove how gorgeous South Korea really is.

Autumn in Bukhansan


Blue skies and Korean flag at the summit of the highest mountain near Seoul


Hygge lighting at ‘The Rose & Crown,’ a British pub in Itaewon


Steam at the food market




Autumn leaves


Art at Dongdaemun Design Plaza


Changing of the Guards at Seoul Gate


The reflection of the largest sitting Buddha in East Asia, caught in glass casing that houses 10,000 golden buddhas.


Hiking in Seoraksan National Park

Like these photos? Then you should also like my travel Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/alisonkarleneadventures/ 


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