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Jogyesa Temple is the center of Zen Buddhism in Korea. The fact that it is located in the middle of a city makes it unique (and famous). One of the busiest…

Spring in Korea can be quite beautiful. Like Japan, Korea has festivals to celebrate the arrival of the blossom. There is an area in Seoul, Yeouido, which on…

It is impossible to get away from kimchi in Korea. A side dish designed to accompany the main rice meal, it is eaten breakfast, lunch and dinner. Most people…

One of Korea's national holidays is Buddha's birthday, called 부처님 오신 날 (Bucheonim osin nal) meaning “the day when Buddha arrived”. The temples around the…

In Insadong, a popular arts & crafts area of Seoul there are some gorgeous tea shops down the back streets. Some of them are so small that you have to squeeze…

When you spend time in Korea there are certain things that you can't help but notice: Kimchi [photoblog.com] - spicy, fermented cabbage (or vegetables) eaten at…

Gwanghwamun, the main gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace contrasts nicely with modern day office buildings in Seoul. The palace was originally built in the 1300s and…

From the same set of photographs as this [photoblog.com], I had also taken the opportunity to try and shoot in RAW as well as jpeg. However, a lack of suitable…

In the early evening I can look across the street from my apartment to the building opposite and watch what's going on. Most businesses are based in high rise…

I regret not getting a good picture of Crossdressing!Rain. The only reason I saw Speed Racer was for Rain (…
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