What I really love about the Autumn is its foliage. It's a visual feast where the tides and hues of crimson and tangerine dominate the environment. When we went there last month, the sky was blue and cloudless, creating a beautiful contrast of colors. I have seen a lot of photos of Autumn but nothing beats the experience of seeing it right before your very own eyes!
For this post, I'm gonna share some of my favorite "Blue Autumn" photos in Seoul, South Korea.
|Another shot of Petite France.|
|Sunset at Petite France. It gets dark at around 5pm. Winter solstice is coming.|
|Walking to Gyeongbokgung Palace.|
|The former Choson dynasty.|
|National Folk Museum.|
|Somewhere in Bukchon Cultural Village.|
|This reminds me of a scene from Kimi Na No Wa.|
|That fancy building on the left is actually a coffee shop.|
|Namsan Tower / N Seoul Tower.|
|Namsan Tower's observatory deck.|
|Sunset at Seoul. View from the observatory deck of N Seoul Tower.|