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South Korea 2009

So this post has been waiting patiently for myself to get some free time to do, but finally I was able to sit down and get some of my photos finished from last years trip to South Korea.

Theres alot of photos here, but only a small fraction of the amount I took, I picked some of my favorites to give an overview of my entire trip. Feel free to ask any questions in the comments! I had such an awesome trip and cant wait to go back with Leah and Lily.

My Flight over the North Pole, Sunset pretty much followed us the whole flight.

Some awesome light at the National Palace!

Palace Guards

National Palace

Bi Bim Bap, One of my favorite Korean meals.

Observation point on the border of North and South Korea. The Brown area at the top is N. Korea.

DMZ and North Korea

A Little old and new.

Buddhist prayer cards.

Interesting street food.

Some of my meals over the course of the trip.

Around Seoul

Inside the Canon Store in Seoul.

The Canon store had a huge gallery for photographers.

My friend Jon Pak and His girlfriend Hanna.

Jon took me to a Korean wedding, Completely different than home.

old Barber Shop.

Overview of Jeongju

Seoul Tower

Distance Home.

View of Seoul from the Tower.

Some Mondoo

Gate at Night

Temple in Jeongju

Last but not least, the largest Dunkin Donuts Ive ever seen… Yes, the entire building is Dunkies.

As I said, it was really tough picking out photos to share but I hope you get a general idea!

Gloria Precopio - I am Maria Precopio’s mom. You did a great job on Maria and Patrick’s engagement photos. I want to comment on your S.Korea photos. S. Korea sure looks different from the photos I have of Korea during the war, that Maria’s dad was in and took many photos of. I really enjoyed seeing the photos you took.

Keep up the good work
Gloria Precopio

Ben Jacobsen - Dude, awesome set. I hadn’t seen probably half of these before and am glad I checked the blog. It’s rad seeing you shoot travel shots with your usual setup, but I also love your take on wider shots as well. Loving the tower shot (from above). Well done. And those food shots are making me hungry.


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