I started reading the Korean news (not in Korean but in English). And while i was reading the news, I came across an article about there being an exhibit on National Geographics.
The exhibition is called “Life and Nature through the Lens”. It was divded into 4 sections — landscape, wildlife, premonitor, and alternative.
If you don’t know me, one of my life goals is to get a photo of mine published in National Geographic Magazine. How awesome would that be?
Anyways, the exhibition was at the Hangaram Arts Museum at the Seoul Arts Center in Seocho-dong.
I love Korea and it’s public transportation.
This is part of the walk from the Subway to the Museum.
I love how the leaves are changing colors.
This was a beautiful walk. I felt like i was in the movies on a nice fall day.
After 15-20 mins of walking, we finally reached the Seoul Arts Center (I dragged my buddy Eugene with me, the one that was just visiting for the weekend).
This was some type of art display in one of the hallways leading to the exhibit.
Finally made it to the exhibition
Cameras were not allowed to be used inside. So I just took a few pictures of the walls while waiting in line.
I was really impressed by some of the photos that were inside the exhibit.
I learned that as a photographer I just have to be really patient at times to capture that awesome and epic moment.
I believe the exhibition is running untilthe beginning of December.
For more information here’s the website www.ngphoto.co.kr
Tickets were only 10,000 won (Equivalent to $10)
IF you’re in Korea you should definitely take a look. It’s worth the 10 bucks 🙂