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Last month I visited Seoul for a few days and was incredibly impressed. It's a beautiful city, with soaring skyscrapers, awesome temples and palaces, beautiful public spaces, a fantastic transit system, and great food. I think it might be my favorite city in Asia. Enjoy the pics, and get yourself to Seoul ASAP!
What an amazing city; It's just one of those cities that seems to have it all. To look at these types of diverse street scenes and not have the burning desire to see it in person would mean you are not actually into cities and you shouldn't even belong to this website.
The place is just too cool. Right up there with Tokyo, Bangkok. London, NYC, Instanbul, Hong Kong, Shanghai and any other epic city that is is sensory overload in a good way.
I seriously hope N. Korea doesn't wipe it off the map in a rageful fit one day. Cause North Korea doesn't have much to lose but South Korea has one of the most interesting cities and one of the most important economies of the world to lose.
Seoul looks to have an identity all its own, which seems hard to believe being squashed between the likes of Japan and China. The people in the pictures look different, American almost in the way they act. Very surpising to see all that. Great shots!