Itaewon


A closer look at the sign out front.

And the new sign.

I found a perch and started taking long exposures.

This shows the red lights of traffic on Sowol-gil.

Let's speed them up.

The moon was out. Chuseok was a few days away so it was nearly full.

Looking back at the main building, which is lit up by exterior lights.

Looking down. In the upper right corner you can see a bit of Haebangchon. I was mostly curious about that one lit-up rooftop.

It starts to become apparent wehre the lights are coming on.

And over here too.

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A closer look at the most interesting part. This shows where Gyeongnidan-gil runs.

Same view, a little darker.

Same view, zoomed out enough so the moon is visible. It has already moved a visible amount in the sky.

Looking back at Sowol-gil.

Click for full size. I think this one is not a panorama, just cropped like one.


Click for full size. I think this one is also just one tightly cropped image, even moreso than the last. The AmorePacific Borg cube really stands out.

Click for full size. This one shows Haebangchon.

Click for full size. This one messed up but I like how psychedelic it got.

Finally back to non-panoramas. That one roof is still brightly lit.

Looking back toward the Hyatt.

And toward the base and the AmorePacific cube.

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