The Ultimate Collection of Korea Urban Cities Photos

The Ultimate Collection of Korea Urban Cities Photos

Seoul, the capital of South Korea, has the fourth-largest urban center in the world. The hustle & bustle of the crowded streets, lofty apartments, skyscrapers, and subways is modern art in itself. This board depicts the everyday life of the beautiful South Korea and its millions of inhabitants.

Home to over 10 million people, Seoul likes to refer to itself as “the Soul of Asia.”

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Seongsan Bridge is one of the 27 bridges that cross the Han River in Seoul. All of the K-Dramaland scenes take place in the Mangwon Hangang Park, on the Northside of the Han River. This park is located in Seoul’s neighborhood of Mangwon in the Mapo District.

A Place of remembrance...

Encompassed by Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Jongmyo Shrine. Bukchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of Hanoks, traditional Korean houses - that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. Here, you can explore the neighborhood’s traditional architectural structures and the enchanting alleys that wind through them.

Welcome to the beautiful Hanok Village.


Home designs differs and usually it is a representation of culture and susceptibility of humankind to nature.

A great art in form of architecture, old street in Bukchon, Hanok showcases the rich culture of Koreans since Joseon Dynasty. It is called "Hanok Village" which means northern village.

A traditional village located at Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace and Jongmyo Royal Shrine offers a unique Korean Culture experiences.


 Skyline showing the towers in Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is the capital city of South Korea known as home for financial companies that are part of Fortune 500. It is also an essential place for entertainment and tourists attraction that caters to more than a million visitors per year, making it the 4th most visited city in the world.


Underground Subway

Subways serve as a convenient mean of transportation, probably the most favored public transportation by both Koreans and international visitors. Subways are currently available in five major cities including the Seoul Metropolitan Area, Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, and Daejeon. Each subway line has a designated color to aid passengers in using the subway with ease.


1 comment

  • Gab

    I’ve recently been into urban photography and I’m taking a lot of inspirations online. I’m glad I saw this blog/gallery, I LOVE South Korea and I’m actually planning to go there someday. I’m learning a lot too not just on photography techniques, but also about Korea, thanks to the short excerpts after every photo

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