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Daily Life, South Korea – February 2013 (Photos)

Jarrod Hall
Epoch Times Staff
Created: February 17, 2013 Last Updated: February 20, 2013
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A wooden archway in Gyeryongsan National Park in Chungcheongnam Province after a light overnight snowfall, February 6, 2013. The park's name means "rooster-dragon mountain" so called because the largest mountain is said to resemble a dragon with a rooster's head. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A wooden archway in Gyeryongsan National Park in Chungcheongnam Province after a light overnight snowfall, February 6, 2013. The park's name means "rooster-dragon mountain" so called because the largest mountain is said to resemble a dragon with a rooster's head. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A hiker takes in the view from a mountain ridge near the city of Daejeon, February 17, 2013. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A hiker takes in the view from a mountain ridge near the city of Daejeon, February 17, 2013. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

Frozen droplets of water and snow collected on pine needles in a forest in Chungcheongnam Province, February 4, 2013.

Frozen droplets of water and snow collected on pine needles in a forest in Chungcheongnam Province, February 4, 2013.

A man walks past a store selling tourist souvenirs in the Insadong neighbourhood of Seoul, January 29, 2013. Insadong is a popular area with international visitors looking for traditional arts and crafts. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A man walks past a store selling tourist souvenirs in the Insadong neighbourhood of Seoul, January 29, 2013. Insadong is a popular area with international visitors looking for traditional arts and crafts. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A group of tourists pauses to take photos in front of the Main Hall of Changdeok Palace in Seoul, January 31, 2013. Changdeok Palace was originally constructed in 1405 though it has been destroyed and rebuilt several times. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A group of tourists pauses to take photos in front of the Main Hall of Changdeok Palace in Seoul, January 31, 2013. Changdeok Palace was originally constructed in 1405 though it has been destroyed and rebuilt several times. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

 

A row of doorways in Changdeok Palace in Seoul, January 31, 2013. Changdeok Palace is known as one of the "five grand palaces" in Seoul and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997.

A row of doorways in Changdeok Palace in Seoul, January 31, 2013. Changdeok Palace is known as one of the "five grand palaces" in Seoul and was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997.

A father and daughter share a dish of Sundae at Jungang Market in Daejeon. January 27, 2013. Sundae is a Korean Dish made from pig or cow intenstines. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A father and daughter share a dish of Sundae at Jungang Market in Daejeon. January 27, 2013. Sundae is a Korean Dish made from pig or cow intenstines. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A dish of Sundae being kept warm in Jungang Market, Daejeon. January 27, 2013. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A dish of Sundae being kept warm in Jungang Market, Daejeon. January 27, 2013. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A stall-holder spoons hot soup over a pot of Sundae in Jungang Market in Daejeon, January 27, 2013. Sundae is a popular dish in winter and is often bought and eaten in open air markets with diners enjoying their meal with their winter coats on. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A stall-holder spoons hot soup over a pot of Sundae in Jungang Market in Daejeon, January 27, 2013. Sundae is a popular dish in winter and is often bought and eaten in open air markets with diners enjoying their meal with their winter coats on. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)




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