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Complete Photo Archive of Gwanghwamun Square

I’m happy to present you with my most complete photo archive of Gwanghwamun Square. Gwanghwamun Square is a public area in the heart of historical and cultural Seoul, South Korea. It has a rich history being placed along Sejong-ro, which is the main street the king of Joseon would travel through as its north point is at Gyeongbokgung Palace. It used to be a road with offices of royal officials on each side. It is now a public space with statues of national icons and is surrounded by both government and cultural buildings. During my 10-year stay in South Korea, I frequently visited and photographed in this space and I’m proud to share with you my experience.

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Single Photograph from August 2015

Following a quick trip through the area, I photographed this scene as I passed through in August 2015.

Statues at Gwanghwamun Square (September 2014)

Back when I purchased my first DSLR camera, I took a trip to Seoul for my first big photography excursion. The above are some of the results of that first photography trip to Seoul.

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