My name is Don, I’m a photographer based in Seoul, South Korea. I have been here exploring, documenting, and photographing life throughout Seoul and when possible other parts of the Korean Peninsula since 2014. The following is a complete look at my personal photography journal detailing my adventures throughout South Korea.
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My Complete Photo Archive of South Korea:
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A day of photography in Mid-September with my very first newly purchased DSLR camera. This was my first photography adventure with my new camera outside of personal photographs with friends and family.
I shared over 70 images out of 93 total photos from the day in a retrospect article highlighting lessons for new photographers. I started out from Gyeongbokgung station and made my way from there to Gyeongbokgung Palace, Gwanghwamun Square, and Cheonggyecheon Stream.
In a second article covering the rest of September 2014, I explore Seoul Tower, the neighborhood of Banghak-dong of Dobong-gu district in Seoul, the Seoul Museum of History, and Bukhansan National Park. I even venture outside of the Seoul area to Deokyang-gu, Goyang of Gyeonggi-do Province. I share some 120+ photographs of nearly 500 in the article.
For the rest of the first year, I share some 75 photographs out of 400 in my third article detailing my complete photography journey. I returned a couple of times to Gyeongbokgung Palace, once to Cheonggyecheon stream for a light festival, and to the neighborhood of Itaewon in the Yongsan-Gu district in Seoul.