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Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Korea pics, yet more...

A few new or remade picture pages in my photography page.
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karaoke · 노래방

Läksiäiset · 송별식 · Farewell party

kirjakauppa · bookshop · 책방


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<Blogger chlgeorge> said on 3.11.04 : 

Antti I love your Korea photographs. I'm going in the Spring so I look forward to seeing more. Do you have any of old buildings in Seoul?

<Blogger Antti Leppänen> said on 3.11.04 : 

If you mean old buildings in the Korean sense, most of the buildings in my pics are "old", that is from the 1970s or 1980s. ;)

See the Seoul panoramas in my photography page for the difference between old and new buildings.

But I have a hunch you mean old in the more conventional sense, so below's a link to a google picture search on 북촌 (bukchon, "northern village"), which is an area between downtown palaces with a lot of relatively old Korean-style houses:

google picture search on 북촌Just follow the links for further pics!


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