Gyeongbokgung Station is located on Seoul Subway line 3, in the heart of the historical center of Seoul, South Korea. The station is named after Gyeongbokgung Palace which it connects to. The following is a complete look at my personal photography journal detailing my adventures to and nearby Gyeongbokgung Station.

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September 2014

This particular day in mid-September was the first time I ventured out to take photographs (outside personal photographs) with my new DSLR camera. The photographs leave much to be desired but they certainly began my journey in photography.

The beginning and endpoint of these photographs are Gyeongbokgung Palace Station. Located in the historical center of Seoul in the current Jongno business district. The following images are photographs that I took in the station of two different, but similar terracotta horseman statues located on the subway platform.

From there I continued photographing some of the statues and engravings on the walls through the upper part of the station with my Canon 600D and on-camera flash.

I discuss some of the above images in a retrospect photo journal highlighting some of the lessons that beginning photographers can learn. The journal also details my trip and photographs of nearby locations such as Gyeongbokgung Palace, Gwanghwamun Square, and Cheonggyecheon Stream.

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