Seoul, Part 2

If you missed Seoul, Part 1 – it’s right here for you.

To my surprise, Seoul has a large art scene. Everywhere I explored, I wanted to pop into an art museum or I was immediately taken back by some of the incredible graffiti and murals. Not only is it visual art, the music scene plays a big part for the Seoul population. K (Korean) – Pop music is especially a huge sensation for the younger crowd. Every weekend, Hongdae is the place to be if you want to perform or watch singers or dancers shine.

Seen in the photo(s): National Museum of Contemporary Art,  Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, North Seoul Tower

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