SEOUL, KOREA - MORE PICTURES

An example of the beautiful colors painted on the underside of palace roofs.  They are stunning.  

An example of the beautiful colors painted on the underside of palace roofs.  They are stunning.
 

A neat shot of a walkway around a building inside the Gyeongbokgung Palace (where the Emperor lived for many years).


A neat shot of a walkway around a building inside the Gyeongbokgung Palace (where the Emperor lived for many years).

The kids with some of the guards at the changing of the guard ceremony at the Deoksugung Palace.  It lasted 10 minutes and they did fun things like playing sea shells as instruments.


The kids with some of the guards at the changing of the guard ceremony at the Deoksugung Palace.  It lasted 10 minutes and they did fun things like playing sea shells as instruments.

The Jogyesa Temple is in the middle of an open courtyard.  The entire courtyard is covered with lanterns - like a ceiling.  You can see here that they have these lanterns around a tree.  Super neat looking!  

The Jogyesa Temple is in the middle of an open courtyard.  The entire courtyard is covered with lanterns - like a ceiling.  You can see here that they have these lanterns around a tree.  Super neat looking!
 

Us at Namdaemun Market - a really popular market place in Seoul.  They had all kinds of street food and clothing.  There were more locals here than tourists.  Sorry about all the selfies - we have no other way to get a family picture!  :)
 

Looking out the window at miles of rice fields.  They are completely submerged under water.  The people in that work these fields were offered no taxes or military service to move close to the border between North and South Korea because after the Korean War it became a ghost town and South Korea wanted to bring people back to it.


Looking out the window at miles of rice fields.  They are completely submerged under water.  The people in that work these fields were offered no taxes or military service to move close to the border between North and South Korea because after the Korean War it became a ghost town and South Korea wanted to bring people back to it.