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Postcards from kimchi land
Welcome to my photo photo blog of South Korea. The idea of this blog springs from my love for post cards. I like collecting post cards whenever I go traveling. However, not every place I've traveled to have post cards, and the ones that does mainly showcase the big attractions of that place. I believe there's a lot more to a place in addition to its' main attractions, such as the local people, the little shops, and even the mysterious alleyways that one might stumble upon. So I've decided to put my photos to good use. This sites only features pictures from Korea. You can check out more photos from my personal blog, Through The Viewfinder.

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Boseong Tea Field in autumn
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Boseong Tea Field in autumn

Beomeosa was constructed in 678 during the reign of Silla king Munmu. A monk named Uisung oversees the construction. Beomeosa means the Temple of the Nirvana Fish. It is a head temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Budhhism in Cheongnyong-dong, Geumjeong-gu, Busan.
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Beomeosa was constructed in 678 during the reign of Silla king Munmu. A monk named Uisung oversees the construction. Beomeosa means the Temple of the Nirvana Fish. It is a head temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Budhhism in Cheongnyong-dong, Geumjeong-gu, Busan.

Lighthouse: Guides to friendly harbors
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Lighthouse: Guides to friendly harbors

View of Busan Tower from Jigalchi’s observatory deck
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View of Busan Tower from Jigalchi’s observatory deck

Nothing is really written in stone. It might be here today, but it will fade in time.
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Nothing is really written in stone. It might be here today, but it will fade in time.

大雄殿 means the great big hall. It’s where big ceremonies would take place. Seems like every Buddhist temple has one of these hall.
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大雄殿 means the great big hall. It’s where big ceremonies would take place. Seems like every Buddhist temple has one of these hall.

"The sky’s the limit if you have a roof over your head." -Sol Hurok
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"The sky’s the limit if you have a roof over your head." -Sol Hurok

Feels as though I could run my hands down it like I would on the keys of a piano.
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Feels as though I could run my hands down it like I would on the keys of a piano.

View of the Diamond Bridge from Gwangalli Beach in Busan. 
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View of the Diamond Bridge from Gwangalli Beach in Busan. 

The famous Haeundae Beach in Busan. In the summer, this beach is very crowded. If you want the beach to yourself and can endure the cold wind from the ocean, then it’s best to visit it during the winter.
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The famous Haeundae Beach in Busan. In the summer, this beach is very crowded. If you want the beach to yourself and can endure the cold wind from the ocean, then it’s best to visit it during the winter.

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