I gave myself a nice, easy, relaxed start to my holiday in Seoul this past spring. So relaxed, in fact, that there isn’t much to say about those first few hours. I paid my old friend the National Museum of Korea a visit – as is my habit whenever I’m in Seoul – and, since I’d arrived before opening hours, I went on a leisurely stroll across the grounds. The museum’s outdoor exhibition area blends rather seamlessly into the surrounding Yongsan Family Park, so let’s think of the two as one.
First, a reminder of our present whereabouts.
Right, enough chatter.
Just a few pictures to illustrate this brief episode.
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