The second part of my favourite pictures from my Seoul, Korea trip in April 2016, with more sensational photos from a city that never seizes to amaze. A city that has modernised itself but also does not forget its past.
Look up at the Seoul N Tower as you hike up the Nasan Mountain to the base of the tower. What awaits up top will leave you nothing short than breathless.
Another look at the Cheonggyecheon Stream, where nature and city join as one.
Bukchon Hanok Village, where business still operate. It is great to visit a country that doesn’t forget about its history.
Food street stalls like these are found everywhere on the streets of Seoul. Best part is the food is top notch.
My two sons and their handsome father pose a top of the Bugaksan Mountain. This Mountain is literally on the doorstep of the city.
I See you! A North Korean Soldier is seen on his side of the border approximately 200 metres from where we stood. An eerie feelings with being at the DMZ Korea, especially when at the famous blue buildings that divide two countries that were once one.
Gyeongbokgung Palace at is almighty best. One of several traditional Palaces in South Korea.
The Grand Children’s Playground in Seoul doesn’t forgets its roots with wonderful Korean buildings on display amongst a beautiful Landscape park full of playgrounds, sports ovals, a small zoo and cafes.
The Everland Street Parade is full of colour an dazzle as you dance along to the fun music, as the decorative floats and performers march by. Be ready to join in the moves.
A trip to Seoul in Spring time is not complete without the beautiful features of the Cherry Blossom tree. Cherry Blossoms are seen throughout during the early spring season.