Changgyeonggung Nite Walk.
Changgyeonggung is one of palaces in Seoul. Usually this close before sunset, but twice a year, spring and autumn, they open at night. I walked along traditional lanterns called 'Cheongsachorong' and took a picture. I used a tripod, of course:) If you travel or stay in Seoul, don't miss this nite walk!Taken by mingkie with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Lomography CN 800 film (available in our Online Shop) in Seoul, Korea, Republic Of. These tags describe this photo: 창경궁, 고궁, 아간개장, 밤, 야경, 서울, 로모, lc-a, 로모필름800, seoul, changgyeonggung, palace, night, lomofilm, 로케이션, and location. Date: 2012-04-26. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album Changgyonggung at Nite.
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