If you've had a peek at my gallery, you'll probably notice I have a bit of a thing for architectural elements, decay and bright colours. So when the inflight magazine for Scoot Airlines asked Dave to do a round up of street art in Seoul, I was more than ecstatic. I'm really grateful for the opportunities to try my hand at all kinds of subject matter that I probably never would have thought to try, but it's always comforting to be in your own element.
We headed out to five different neighbourhoods known for their street art. Hongdae, Naksan Park, and Mullae we had been to before, but the tunnel in Apgujeong and Kangfull Comic Street were new places to mark off the map. We didn't have the greatest weather, which meant we had to go back again to get some less dreary shots. They used thirteen photos in the end, which you can see in the article here. Here are the rest.
Naksan Park, Ihwa Mural Village
Apgujeong Graffiti Tunnel
Kangfull Comics Street
A teacher and photographer previously based in S. Korea, being thrown into the world of photojournalism.