Monday, July 12, 2010

Korea Postcard Project

Stafford and Hwarangi inspired me with a great idea (well, I think it's a great idea): Post (on your blog, but The Sonagi Consortium is available if you don't have one) a photo of anything in Korea or Korea-related that you think is postcard-worthy. If Korea did postcards. Which it should. And maybe will. If we do this right.

Here's my first contribution (and no, they don't have to be night shots).

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  1. The first shot contributed
    What's it called and where is it at?
    Really like this picture!

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    1. The first photo is the century-old Bank of Korea building. It's downtown, at the intersection near Myongdong where Shinsegae Department Store and the Seoul Central Post Office are located.

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  2. I am trying to find the name of the second photo and if it is a temple or any other thing, but all I find is the photo and no comments. Please, tell me more about it.

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    1. The second photo is Namdaemun, the great south gate if the original walled city.

      My home is about half a kilometer from there and I took this while walking home one summer night in 2007, I think.

      Since then it was severely damaged in an arson fire and is being dramatically refurbished.

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