A worker carries planks through Gukje Market in Nampo-dong, Busan, Korea.
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The Glass Castle museum and theme park in Jeju, Korea celebrates the beauty and versatility of silica in all its forms, from brittle and delicately stained studio works to chunky and playfully moulded novelty sculptures. A garden of glass flowers, an exhibit of Venetian pieces, a mirror maze, and a tunnel of jewels are just [...]
A colourful view from a rooftop near the Jagalchi seafood market in Nampo-dong, Busan, Korea. Busan Tower in Yongdusan Park is visible in the upper right.
안녕하세요! That\’s about the only Korean I\’ve learned in my 5-day stay. Oh, and 감사합니다, and indeed I must thank you for your patience. Photo backlog is enormous, writing has been sub-par, and the spambot army is waging war with my mass-deletion sprees. Flying back to Hong Kong in a few hours, and I won\’t [...]
A woman strolls through the drizzle on a beach near Gwangan Bridge, Busan, Korea. Gwangan Bridge connects Haeundae-gu to Suyeong-gu, and at 7,420 metres, it is the second longest bridge in the country after Incheon Bridge.
Seongeup folk village in Jeju, Korea is a 600-year-old collection of thatched-roof houses surrounded by a wall made from the volcanic island\’s porous basalt rock. Dol hareubang statues depicting stone grandfathers stand guard in the village. Carved from the same black rock, they can be seen all over the island and have become symbols of [...]