Looking out over downtown and northern Seoul in the distance.
Looking down over Haebangchon (right) and Gyeongnidan (left), with the river in the distance.
I never realised Namsan has two peaks.
Looking east toward Seongdong-gu. That spider-looking thing is on the edge of that island with Seoul Forest.
The tower's shadow.
I was thinking it would be fun to make large numbers down there so Namsan works as a giant sundial.
I'm pretty sure this shot is looking into Uijeongbu in the upper right.
I was amused by the reflections in this one.
I don't see how it's that possible Vancouver is that much closer than Seattle.
Jung-gu is improperly romanised and Tteokbokki is insanely romanised. "become the pride and love for all Koreans" is Konglish, and is not true considering most Koreans are more familiar with a very different style of tteokbokki.
The only thing I'm going to bother to pick on is the typo on "celebrities."
Location(City/Region): Seoul, Yongsan-gu
Inconsistency in romanisation of Cheonggyecheon. Also, it looks like a quotation mark explosion in the third line. Line 7 isn't great either. The last line ends poorly with "to environment-oriented one."
Once again, Dongdaemun is romanised in two different ways. I prefer the first but have generally accepted the second.
It's 4 o'clock. With a minimum of hassle, those buildings could be somewhat modified to resemble the number 4.
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