Done this - definitely worth checking out! South Korea: Seoul lantern festival

South Korea: Seoul lantern festival - This looks cool and I'd love to visit South Korea

a traditional building which is called 'hanoak'  always makes me feel comfortable

a traditional building which is called 'hanoak' in South Korea. One way to distinguish between Japanese / Chinese / Korean traditional architecture is to note that Koreans tend to use neutral colours such as blue or green

三清洞那邊有很多韓屋特色小店!#Korea . I want to take picture in front of it ,:D

Old doorway in Insadong, Seoul, South Korea Love Insadong; the shops, the cafes, the food and the people.

Wonderful South Korea  http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/asia/

Traditional masks can be found everywhere and in multiple sizes. The one I bought was found in Hahoe Village and it was not very expensive considering it was hand-made. Stunning craftsmanship -R

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