Insadong (Insa-dong), Seoul’s cultural and artistic hub, is the place to go to shop for local crafts, visit a traditional Korean tea shop or catch an impromptu street performance. The quaint neighborhood, located in Jongno-gu district, houses one of ... 

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DMZ Collage

January 2015

Can almost see Kim Jong-Un

The Korean Ginseng Centre.

December 2014

We rushed through all of the sites as the DMZ so that we could come back and spend 40 minutes here. They briefly tell you about ginseng and then put you in a room where you're hounded by sales people for around 20 minutes trying to sell you the stuff. Our guide didn't take our hints...

View of North Korea from observatory.

October 2014

Taken from stop at observatory. View into North Korea.

Empty train station to North Korea

June 2014

Empty train station to North Korea

DMZ 3rd Infiltration tunnel entrance

June 2014

DMZ 3rd Infiltration tunnel entrance

DMZ bridge

June 2014

DMZ bridge

The viewing platform

June 2014

The viewing platform - no pictures allowed from the edge

Entrance to the viewing platform

June 2014

Entrance to the viewing platform

Our guide

June 2014

Our guide

Jogyesa Buddhist Temple

June 2014

Unique and stunning Buddhist Temple.

Ginseng shop at Namdaemun Market

April 2014

Namdaemun market is a vast network of streets with shops and stalls selling virtually anything and everything.

Insadong Market

April 2014

One of the shops selling antiques and numerous other items.

Newly-weds in traditional costumes

April 2014

These were real newly-weds taking photos for their wedding album.

The tour group at Gyeongbokgung Palace

April 2014

Members of the group were from Malaysia, USA, Czech Republic and Philipines.

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