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I ❤ South Korea. Gorgeous country.

Destination: Guinsa - Buddhist high-rises and an elevator inside a temple (Chungcheongbuk-do) » Chris in South Korea #WeirdAsia #WeirdandWonderfulKorea

South Korea (Seoul lantern festival)

Chungcheongbuk-Do Temples, South Korea

Photography of nature that reminds us to keep it simple. Nature is amazing at reminding of how life moves effortlessly. More on our stories of the lessons we observed by embedding ourselves in nature will soon land on

Jagalchi Fish Market, Buson, South Korea

Cerisiers en fleur - Fête du printemps, Japon

Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is home to cutting-edge businesses and ancient temples—it's an exciting and historic place to visit. Most tourist sights are in Gangbuk (north of the Han River), but if you want to find the hipster crowd, they're south of the river in Gangnam. Don't miss Changdeokgung Palace, a lovely 15th-century structure.

"The clever one relinquishes all, silently withdrawing, not dallying with pleasure yearning, such wise one remains unperturbed whether meeting success or touched by sorrow." Dhammapada 83, What-Buddha-Said

Guinsa, located near Danyang in Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea, has architecture following that of many other Buddhist temples in Korea, but is also markedly different in that the structures are several stories tall, instead of the typical one or two stories that structures found in many other Korean temples.