Photo credit: Seoul City Hall
A special photo exhibition featuring Korean traditional architecture is being held at Namsangol Hanok Village (Jung-gu Seoul-si) until April 1.
The exhibition offers a chance to look at the flow of history and social changes in Korea. It is said that architecture is a vessel containing an era, and traces of the past, its livelihoods and beliefs can be glimpsed through these unique photos. The exhibition is made even more meaningful because it is held at Seoul’s major traditional culture space, ‘Namsangol Hanok Village’.
The exhibition is open to the public for free.
Courtesy of Seoul City Hall