Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture. #PhotojournalismKorea
Stone Gabion wall--my favorite | Cafe Ato by Design BONO, Seoul store design
A Libri wall shelf by Michaël Bihain for Swedese sits next to a Koster bed by Carpe Diem in the master bedroom, where translucent shoji-style screens by Studio Junction offer privacy. The cast-iron kettle and electric brazier are used in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul: The sprawling grounds of Seoul’s most prominent palace, Gyeongbokgung, cover 101 acres (41 hectares) and are dotted with ponds, gardens, courtyards, and a wide range of traditional Korean buildings.