South Korea

Through the Holes

 

Last month, I went to Eurwangni Beach, or ์„์™•๋ฆฌํ•ด์ˆ˜์š•์žฅ,ย near Incheon with my friend P. The rain came down like slow, lazy arrows. I expected the beach to be vacant; instead it was filled with families and college students splashing in the water and playing soccer. I suppose you have to make the most of precious vacation time — rain or shine.

We found an abandoned boat resting on the beach. I wanted to climb inside and explore, but unfortunately, being travel-sized does have a few drawbacks. Instead, I settled on peering through some peek holes. I didn’t find treasure, but I did appreciate the rust and sky color combination.

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I feel like I’ve been hyping spring up a lot lately. But can you blame me? These photographs were taken around my boyfriend’s neighborhood, Digital Media City. The area is quiet, but I expect that in a few years, this is going to be Seoul’s hottest hood. Mark my words!ย 000008

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