The exquisite details are absolutely breathtaking. This is imperial architecture at its finest.
Popular street dessert in one of Seoul's most vibrant district, Hongdae. It's named after the Hongik University that is nearby.
The structures at the Imperial Palace all have very clean lines. Then you see the gorgeous, colourful, and symmetrical details that bring the buildings to another level.
From inside the palace grounds, you look outward to one of the most modern cities in the world, Seoul.
The Dongdaemun Design Plaza is designed by Zaha Hadid. It is absolutely one of the coolest structures you'll ever see. This here is also one of Seoul's main shopping districts. Food stalls are opened into the late hours and some of the shops are almost opened until sunrise.
These love locks are at the N Seoul Tower. I know many cities in the world have something similar but we especially like that this location gives you an aerial view of Seoul.
LINE is a communication app that launched in Japan in 2011. The app features some of the cutest characters with merchandise available at various stores all around Seoul. These macarons are from the LINE CAFE that's at one of their biggest locations.
Everything looks so clean and streamlined and perfectly spaced out.
Yes it spells out Seoul!
Another shot of the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. It really looks like a spaceship (as how we humans imagine they'd look like) just landed.
Inside the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Notice all the curved lines that Zaha Hadid is known for.
We can't resist a nice backdrop, especially one in this colour with those barely noticeable yet delicate details.
This is Brown of Brown & Cony. This wall is so cute!
Seoul may be modern but the city has retained a lot of its traditional structures. This is why it's so fun to explore Seoul. You'd go into alleyways and small side streets and then discover an ultra modern bar for a drink.