Seoul

In Seoul we kept opening doors and going into stores, cafes, even public spaces like the national library. I was constantly amazed at the Koreans' eye for design, and their ability to mix and match elements in such a perfect, if slightly haphazard, manner. Their interior spaces fall together nicely. They are places you want to eat, sleep, and live in. They make life seem comfortable, livable, sweet, even. But as travelers we entered each space and found ourselves having to leave soon after. No matter how long we seemed to be in any place it felt temporary, brief.

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