PHOTO WALK ON A RAINY DAY & RAMEN CRAVINGS ALONG THE WAY
These were the pretty Korean ladies who briefed and instructed us about the Asean Culture House, on what we're about to see and orient us about the rules inside. Each and every display inside was briefly explained by these ladies in English language ofcourse.
I was actually really glad that I get to bring my DSLR camera with me because I can take beautiful quality photos of what's inside. Here are the photos I managed to take while inside the Cultural House.
It's really hard to remember the details and information about the artifacts that I photographed, since I'm really bad at remembering things that includes history.
Every pieces was interesting though, the golden pot that I used to see in every Korean drama's in which they used to cook their ramen. Haha, this one reminded me of ramen.
As we went to the displayed photographs, we were astonished by the beauty in every pieces hanging. Photography is really something! When the camera captures beautiful photos, we can't deny the fact that taking photos is a great memorabilia for each and everyone of us.
I also love this one. The beautiful bond between these kids is simply amazing!
This one is my friend Johnny! The one who photographed my Best friend's wedding. Photography was also his hobby and oh, I bought my DSLR Camera from him.
I particularly love this photo right here. I have been dreaming to wear hanbok one day. If pandemic didn't happen, we were supposed to travel to South Korea this year but then again,covid happened.
Right after our tour inside we were being directed to the conference room for a presentation in which they told us about the recent programs of the Asean Culture House. And by the way, along with us were the delegates from Malaysia. It was really a fun experience being invited during the Global Gathering.
I will surely remember each moments we made and will forever be stored in my memory. I have enjoyed taking those pictures and now posting it here on the blog so I can have this memory shared and stored here on my blog.
Asean Culture House is located at Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea.
Have you been to a Culture House or Museum as well? How was your experience so far? Let me know by dropping some love below!💗
Disclosure: All photos are mine and mostly taken by yours truly using my Nikon D3200 and was edited on my Lightroom.
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