Gyeonggi-do is a province the circles are Seoul, South Korea. The following is a complete look at my personal photography journal detailing my adventures to and nearby Gyeonggi-do.
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My Complete Photo Archive of Gyeonggi-do:
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One evening I was out walking around a little outside of Seoul, in the neighboring city of Goyang. Somewhere in Deokyang-gu (district), in a little bit of a countryside-like environment along a local stream, there was a large outdoor park. They had a stage set up and were hosting an outdoor concert for the local area. It’s just a small area, there’s no one famous attending these events as guests, rather there are local folk singers and dancers and the like. Korean people love having a good time eating and drinking, as well as enjoying good music and dancing. (This is VERY different than the nightlife scene you may imagine, as these are for locals of all ages.) I took my young son along to go play a little bit and took some of the following photographs using auto settings with an on-camera flash.
The photographs leave a lot to be desired, to say the least!