My time in South Korea has come to an end far too quickly (on route to the airport now). And although everyday was spent immersing oneself in South Korean culture, I still feel like there is so much more to this place.
On first glance, most people would think Seoul (home-base for the duration of our visit) was like any other modern city, but in amidst all the chaotic crowds is a culture rich in history, pride and tradition (influenced largely by religion – mostly Confucianism and Buddhism), which brings a sense of harmony and happiness. I found inner-harmony at the majestic grounds of Gyeongbokgung or better known as the “Palace of Shining Happiness”… a few snaps below.
Wearing: Tomboy blouse, Witchery shorts, Sam Edelman flats, YSL bag, D&G sunglasses.