Year Two, Week Seven —Amber

Secret garden

A little iphonography for you today… Fall in Korea just does NOT disappoint. Today we toured Changdoekgung– a palace in Seoul that has a “secret garden” section. The secret garden was an

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amazing wooded area where the fall colors dominated the scenery, leaves covered the path, and the smell of fall was everywhere.

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  • Jessica - The last time we visited it must have been around a thousand degrees. This looks far more enjoyable!ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - Beautiful photo! I wonder if this is same secret garden mentioned in a book I just finished (and loved): The Living Reed, by Pearl Buck, about South Korean life/history/politics from roughly 1880-1950.ReplyCancel

  • Bethany - My visit was like Jessica’s- ridiculously hot! I love that it is a beautiful, peaceful park right in the middle of the city. I’m always a little surprised at how nice my iPhone pictures can be; I’m obsessed with the panoramic mode!ReplyCancel