한국 (South Korea)

Spring at Gyeongbokgung (경복궁), Seoul.


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One of the greatest joys of living in South Korea is how clearly defined the four seasons are, and how you can revisited the same place over different seasons and not feel like you’ve been there and done that umpteen times. This was my third trip to Gyeongbokgung—if my memory hasn’t failed me—and while it could get overcrowded at times, I think it’s that one palace you should really visit when in South Korea.