Welcome to Seoul, It is a wonderful, clean, modern, efficient and easy city to enjoy as a traveler.


The subway is clean, inexpensive, and incredibly easy to use.

I stayed in the Insadong area, which was a great lively neighborhood at night.

Gwanghwamun Square.

Gyeongbokgung Palace was the main royal palace of the Joseon Dynasty. It was built in 1395.

This sign is in front of the touristed Bukchon Hanok Village.

These are beautiful traditional houses in the heart of the city. People live in these homes, and are understandably annoyed with the daily tourist circus visiting the village.

Kimchi stew and pork cutlet.

Cheonggyecheon is a stream and walkway that cuts through the heart of the city for 5 miles. It was built in 2005.

I found the street that I used as a reference for my digitial painting, before my trip.

A lot has changed, but that karaoke place on the right is still standing.


Gwangjang Market sells many things, and offers greats food options.

Bongenusa Buddhist Temple.

N Seoul, or Namsan Tower.

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