80 Amazing Pictures of Korea By Photographers – Page 6 – Seoulistic

80 Amazing Pictures of Korea By Photographers

Mark Barnes

Mark is just straight awesome. He had no problems at all with us using his photos of Korea. But he was a bit worried because some of them are licensed by Getty Images. He took the initiative to e-mail them directly to get a straight answer. And because of him, we now have this post! Now loyal minions, go to his flickr ;). (Select images are available for purchase through Getty Images. Support the artist!).

51. Seoraksan (서락산)

52. Admiral Yi (이순신)

53.Gyeongbokgung (경복궁)

54.Namsan Hill (남산)

55.Bamboo Forest in Korea

 

Indy Randhawa

Indy is the nickname of Indiana Jones. But Indy does Indiana Jones one step better by taking pictures of all his travels. (Although we doubt he’s gone through the same adventures!) Indy is based in Busan, Korea and he’s doing a great job capturing the beauty of Korea. And for that we likey Indy very muchy 😉 Check out his world travels through his flickr!

56. Damyang-Gun, Jeollanam-Do, KR

57.Haedong Yonggungsa (해동 용궁사) Temple in Busan

58.Jeju Do

59.Jeju Do 2

60.Haedong Yonggungsa (해동 용궁사) Temple in Busan

After looking at all these pictures of Korea, don’t forget to comment and let us know which picture is your favorite and who your favorite artist is!

Keith
Keith
Keith Kim is a Korean-American who has been living in Korea for almost a decade. Being in a unique position as both a Korean and a non-Korean, he's put all his experience and knowledge for surviving in Korea in Survival Korean . Read it to learn how you can survive in Korea. Follow him on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.

55 Comments

  1. Anne Katrine says:

    Thanks for collecting these great photos. I like all of them but since Indy Randhawa really stands out with a melancholic and dramatic feel to the pictures that reflects a big side of Korea as well I’d say he’s the best. But – why aren’t there any female photographers?

  2. mike says:

    Great Photos !! Where do you recommend as the closest place to Daejeon to travel to for a weekend for some of these sights?

  3. Carissa says:

    My favorite is the #30 bridge but can anyone tell me where that is???

  4. kim says:

    I’m not sure, but I really love watching photos of old korean temples

  5. Hugo says:

    Nice pictures! amazing korea 😀

  6. farnaz says:

    Your comment…all of them are great like iran i suggest you search about iran about its natures and temples and about every thing its like korea sooo nice

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  8. Tim says:

    Where is that Golden Temple located??

  9. chopsuey says:

    Romain John – that shot with of Gyeongbokgung is just beautiful. The composition, the lighting, that reflection… I want to learn from him! 😀

    Ryan Cabal – has some serious eye for photography. Give him a couple of more years and he’s going to be a hell of a photogrpaher! Hapjeong shot is two thumbs-up!

  10. Sofia says:

    All pictures are superb. I have been to Korea many times. Love people, food, sightseeing and everything about Korea. Seoul is the best city. Want to go there again and again 🙂

  11. Tina says:

    my heart fluttered seeing all these pictures, they are all so beautiful, Korea is beautiful, and is going to be my future home

  12. Iyra says:

    Definitely the photo of Gyeongbokgung…..Serenity,tranquility and peace all in one place. Almost surreal…

  13. Marie France says:

    I agree with Keith. But i like everything else. Viva South Korea!

  14. Jeanne says:

    Romain – Samcheonsa. his collection of photos are really good and captivating in each of them…

  15. Fred Perrotti says:

    I was with the army in my time in Korea between 1952 and 1954.Just out of curiosity I googled Seoul Korea and I was overwhelmed at the new Korea.I am 84 and unable to travel to Korea but I am so proud to have been one of the persons who fought for the freedom of South Korea. These pictures of a thriving country where once all you could see were rice paddies and destruction.The Korean people deserve peace and prosperity and It makes me happy to see the progress.

    • Keith says:

      Dear Fred, thank you for your kind words and your service. Without people like you, we wouldn’t have had a chance to see such peach, prosperity and progress!

  16. frank gyamfi says:

    i love to be there

  17. am prudent
    i love all of them i ve alway wish to com to korea to study an see for for my self plss any one who can help pls do GOD BLESS YOU
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  18. Rishi yadav says:

    Its too beautifull country i want to see your country i am know your country i am see your country drama Descendats of the sun show so i love korea Thanks

  19. Geoffrey jirkule says:

    I love Korea like serious by God grace I may achieve my dreams being there this month

  20. Steve says:

    OhYeCloudy’s picture #61 had me wanting to be on that path to see to where it lead. One of the hall marks of good photography.

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