The following photos are my contribution to Thursday Doors, a door-lovers group hosted by Norm Frampton.
This is the third post from a recent trip I took with my daughter to Seoul, Korea.
This week I’m featuring doorways and gates (no doors per se) at the Heunginjimum Gate. It was the main east gate of the old wall that surrounded Seoul. It was originally built in 1398, rebuilt in 1869.
I’ll leave you with this shot of cheerleaders dancing in the parking lot behind the Heunginjimum Gate. These elderly women happily waved their white pompoms and “boogied” to K-pop music. Their enthusiasm and joy was contagious!
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Kamasahamnida (thank you) for stopping by. Have a nice weekend!