A calm and beautiful evening at Gwanghwamun Square, after a long and tiring walk at Cheonggyecheon stream, and finally felt like taking a rest while looking out at the busy streets, minus the stress and tenseness which used to catch up with our life without fail.

Surrounded by modernized high rise buildings implanted with large LCD displays, each broadcasting different commercial ads, it makes you forget about the historical Gyeongbok Palace that lies just at the end of Gwanghwamun Square.

2 different sides of Seoul at one single location, definitely an interesting combination between the new and traditional, this is how I could define the city as. Maybe this is one of the reason that makes me fell in love with this country, or rather, this city itself.


3 thoughts on “A sunset at Gwanghwamun Square

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