different, yet reminds me of the old Korean market ladies, selling & delivering food...

different, yet reminds me of the old Korean market ladies, selling & delivering food...

Hanbok Lynn (Once Upon A Time) | Vogue

Hanbok Lynn (Once Upon A Time) | Vogue

Hanbok Lynn (Once Upon A Time) | Vogue

Hanbok Lynn (Once Upon A Time) | Vogue

Korean Traditional art by Shin Yun-bok

Korean Traditional art by Shin Yun-bok

DanCheong 단청    Korean traditional color scheme for buildings: Red Yellow Blue Green White and Black

DanCheong 단청 Korean traditional color scheme for buildings: Red Yellow Blue Green White and Black

Dancheon (단청), a stylised colouring pattern widely used on temples and royal palaces.  Photo courtesy of my best friend and travel buddy Varun Sharma.

Dancheon (단청), a stylised colouring pattern widely used on temples and royal palaces. Photo courtesy of my best friend and travel buddy Varun Sharma.

Korean traditional dance - funny hats aside, these dancers are f*^#ing awesome!

Korean traditional dance - funny hats aside, these dancers are f*^#ing awesome!

Interesting South Korea - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/asia/

Interesting South Korea - http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/asia/

korean traditional-paintings: minhwa

korean traditional-paintings: minhwa

Changdeokgung in Seoul - Changdeokgung is the most beautiful of all the royal palaces in Seoul. It's the epitome of Korean traditional architecture balanced with a natural landscape. "Due to its historical and cultural importance, entry to the palace has until recently been through guided tours only. Unguided tours are now permitted one day a week." [Seoul Selection Guides].  To get there:    Anguk Station (Subway Line 3, Exit 3).  Go straight for 5 minutes.

Changdeokgung in Seoul - Changdeokgung is the most beautiful of all the royal palaces in Seoul. It's the epitome of Korean traditional architecture balanced with a natural landscape. "Due to its historical and cultural importance, entry to the palace has until recently been through guided tours only. Unguided tours are now permitted one day a week." [Seoul Selection Guides]. To get there: Anguk Station (Subway Line 3, Exit 3). Go straight for 5 minutes.

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