Sunday, 1 October 2017

Highlights of week in Seoul, South Korea.


In the photo above is a stone sculpture of a Monkey, one of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs that are placed around the main hall of the Gyeong Buk Gung Palace in Seoul, South Korea. (Or the Di Zi / 地支 / Earthly Branch of Shen 🈸)

This was one of the regular overseas trips my partner and I plan in a year to help clear work leave, and not a Feng Shui work trip. It was my first time visiting the city of Seoul, and I was happy to spot some Feng Shui stories in the ancient architecture in Seoul. My travels are based on the four seasons and this was an Autumn trip. 

After coming back last Monday, I had to clear a few work appointments in the week, and it left me with not much spare time to work on the photos and further research of my visits to sites in Seoul. 

In the meantime, here are some photo highlights of my week of early Autumn in Seoul. 









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