Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional  decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture. #PhotojournalismKorea

Sejong Cultural Center in Seoul. Wall features traditional decorative motifs that appear in textiles and architecture.

a traditional building which is called 'hanoak' always makes me feel comfortable,but it would be more comfortable if I stayed with Lee min ho in the building :)

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

"The number of people in and around Seoul equals 20 million. Those 20 million drive millions of cars. Those 20 million have houses and visit buildings covered in millions of tiles."

Roof tiles in Insadong, Seoul, South Korea. Photograph by Jon Hill

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