To finish off my trip to Vietnam, I had a day layover in Seoul, Korea. While it was a pain in the butt extending the trip home for another day, it was definitely great to be able to spend a day in Seoul. I almost decided not to go into the city because the Seoul/Incheon airport was by far the nicest airport I have ever been in. Instead, I opted to try not to sleep and head into the city. I was able to visit a palace, eat lunch and hit a shopping district before I had to head back to the airport to take off back to America. Overall, being in Korea was like being in Manhattan after spending a few weeks in Vietnam. This is my last blog entry from my trip to Vietnam.
Here are some photos I captured during my short stay in Korea:
Wow, a very nice trip. I love those colors everywhere. Thank you for sharing your amazing experience.
You really have a great eye for going the most out of some of Seoul’s character. Thank you.
The picture of the waterfall is easily my favorite. Thanks for sharing these!
I like these! heading up to Seoul myself this weekend 🙂 What kind of camera/lens do you use?
Thanks! For this I used my Canon 7D with the EF-S 17-55 f/2.8 lens.
Love ur photos!!
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You capture the essence of what you experienced thank you!
you take great photos
Wowww I really like the first and second photo. It’s so colorful and the design is so pretty & you’re a great photographer! 🙂
the pics are very detail based view in nature….and nice too 🙂
I like the top two pictures. When I scroll fast over them with the mouse wheel it makes a cool effect!
amazing photos – capturing just the right things! well done!