Soulful Seoul

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.

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