Just the Pictures (South Korea) The Joint Security Area (JSA), looking into North Korea. Republic of Korea (i.e. South Korea) soldier inside the MAC conference room. Korean memorial ribbons near Freedom Bridge. Freedom Bridge. Seoul’s Old City Hall with yellow memorial ribbons in foreground. Dongdaemun market. Geunjeongjeon (the main throne hall). Inside the main throne hall. Angled view of the main throne hall. Palatial ceiling decorations. Gyeonghoeru (Royal Banquet Hall). One of the many buildings found in Gyeongbokgung Palace. Food storage jars for the palace. Hyangwonjeong Pavilion. Traditional clothes on display in the Korean Folk Museum. Scroll on display in the National Palace Museum of Korea. Entrance to Deoksugung Palace with guards. The shower & toilet combo at the guest house I was staying at. Main throne hall at Deoksugong Palace. Structure on the palace grounds. Mokryon Wine from North Korea. Palace Throne Hall. Inside the throne hall. Throne Hall for Cheondukgung Palace. Circular walkway in one of the palace’s structures, seen from the outside looking in. One of the ponds in the rear garden. Male and female quarters in the rear garden, divided by the wall seen in the photo. Jongmyo Shrine. Yeongnyeongjeon (“Hall of Eternal Peace”) built to accommodate additional mortuary tablets. Street in Bukchon Hanok Village. The peak of Inwangsan mountain. Bronze knife-shaped coins from the Lianhuabao-Sejukri culture. One of the four messengers from Hell. Wooden pillows. Most excellent Korean food. Fighting techniques using traditional Korean weapons on top of Namsan mountain. Love locks on Namsan mountain. Street art on the way up to Naksan mountain. Seoul street at night. Bongeunsa Temple. Mireukdaebul (Buddha of the future state) statue at Bongeunsa Temple. Ceiling of paper lanterns at the temple. National Museum of Korea. Entrance to the Alive museum. Art inside the Alive museum. Street calligrapher. Traditional Korean masks being made. Apt structure at Ehwa Women’s University.