Our first Korean sunset. Mapo-gu, Seoul
Seto met a group of school girls protesting about the Dokdo islands at Insadong-gil. Korea & Japan are disputing ownership over Dokdo.
Arranging her shoes for a picnic. Korean War Memorial
Her cellphone and her baby.
Seto photographed some workers.
A Queen's Backyard.
Trying to reach the counter.
Balancing her tray while chatting on the phone. Namdaemun market, Seoul
Enjoying a meal at Namdaemun market.
Pushing their cart of stockings at Namdaemun market.
Glittering. Namdaemun market.
Street vendors. Namdaemun market.
Man texting on coloured stairs. Namdaemun market.
How ddok-pok-ki is made. Rice cakes in red pepper paste which is often featured in Korean dramas. HOT!
"Hmmmm, what should I buy?" Namdaemun market.
Textile shopping at Namdaemun market.
Seto had a chat with these Sisters.
Seto emphatized with this woman begging at a subway station. Life is difficult for the displaced.
Veggie sellers at Hoehyeon subway station
Watching the big baseball game on the subway
Haggling at Dongdaemun.
Photographers at the Culture Park
A school group at the National Museum of Korea
Schoolboys playing a game outside the National Museum
Tourists at the National Museum of Korea
Kids at the Korean War Memorial
Japanese school group at the National Museum of Korea
Dragging their bags along
Street vendor making deep fried fish cake. Seto says it is soft and nice but rather greasy.
Bag stand at Migliore, Dongdaemun
Virtual shopping. A woman using her phone to videoconference a friend/relative to ask for her opinion.
Temporary shoe store at Dongdaemum
Seto spotted these cute road signs near Korea University
Woman and cart. Near Korea University.
Seoul has many tiny convenience stores. These are often run by friendly older couples.
Opening the manhole near Namdaemun.
Curly potato crisps are quite popular. Myeongdong, Seoul
Circles at Myeongdong.
Outside Anguk Station.
Along a street near Anguk station.
Woman selling gloves on the subway.
Exhibition of plants at Insadong-gil
A cafe at the Bukchon area (old villages)
Kids playing at Insadong-gil