Seoul Color Street Photography Woman in a red dress at a traditional street Market in Seoul, South Korea by photography Don MacDonell
Street Photography photo in traditional street markets in Seoul, South Korea. Elderly women walking by a market in the evening time
Traditional Korean Street Markets in Seoul, South Korea
Elderly man making sugar snacks on the streets in Seoul, South Korea
Street photography by Seoul photographer, Don MacDonell
Seoul, South Korea Traditional Street Market
Street Markets in Seoul, South Korea. Street Photography by Don MacDonell
Street Photography in Seoul, South Korea 09.13.2021
Seoul, South Korea Street Photography
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A Small Valley Stream in Bukhansan Mountain, Seoul

In the north of Seoul, there is the largest mountain in the capital city, Bukhansan Mountain. Throughout the entire landscape of the peninsula in South Korea, there are mountains all over, even in Seoul! Bukhansan is a huge national park that attracts millions of visitors every year for hiking, birdwatching, and climbing. I’ll be sure … Read more

Late Evening Visit To Banpo Bridge, Seoul

If you’ve ever been to Seoul, South Korea, you likely know that the northern and southern parts of the somewhat circular-shaped capital city are divided in the middle by the Han River. The river starts off from the west coast right through Seoul and then quite a while longer. Accessed from so many areas throughout … Read more

Traditional Korean Street Markets in Seoul, South Korea

Traditional Street Markets in Seoul 09.01

One interesting thing that can be found all over Korea is the traditional street markets. There are huge markets that almost everyone knows of like Namdaemun, but there are also tons throughout the cities and even small towns. Some of them line the streets heading from subway stations to residential areas and apartments like little … Read more

Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea by photographer Don MacDonell

Night Photography at Cheonggyecheon

I shared some photography with you in my last post, I was in the Gwanghwamun area in Seoul, South Korea. I did some photographs at the front gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace, after that, I came down to Cheonggyecheon. I’m picking up where I left off from my last post. Cheonggyecheon is a manmade stream with … Read more