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From Seoul to Dubai – 8 Places for art lovers

Whenever travelling I like to be on a lookout for places for art lovers – here’s my latest selection of museums and galleries.

Seoul

Visiting Dongdaemun Design Plaza designed by starchitect Zaha Hadid and Samoo Architects was one of my highlights when in Seoul. This neofuturistic building with its amazing curving was my love at first sight. I wish I had more time actually to appreciate its spatial beauty. Design Museum, which is located at the center of the DDP is a perfect place for anyone who wants to learn more about the latest design trends in the world and in Seoul. Experiencing future through design can certainly happen there! DDP is an absolute must when traveling to Seoul.

The Dongdaemun Design Plaza

The Dongdaemun Design Plaza

Daelim Museum located in the residential neighbourhood of Tongui-dong, near historic Gyeongbokgung Palace, is a small but mighty creative and cultural space. It focuses on photography, design and a range of other fields where the everyday becomes art. Highly recommended to all creative junkies! Continue Reading

My Travel Diary

Seoul – Art, design and starchitecture

Following Tokyo, Seoul was a second Asian metropolis where I had a chance to spend some time with a friend, who knows the city very well and can introduce me to local food or show me a variety of places that are not very obvious to a first-time visitor. As much as I love exploring on my own getting that insider perspective about the places is invaluable to me.

Hwa Jin

Hwa Jin

Hwa Jin and I share similar interests so it was extremely interesting for me to find out more about cultural scene in Seoul from someone, who is close to that creative energy on a regular basis through her playwriting and journalistic work. Continue Reading

My Travel Diary

Seoul – Soaking up the atmosphere

Seoul with an urban area of more than 25 million people, huge metro system and cutting-edge technology is incredible, slightly overwhelming, and full of creative energy. It actually feels like many cities in one as different areas of this Asian metropolis vary dramatically – from local and traditional places through historic sites to bustling neighborhoods delivering amazing entertainment for fun-loving types.

Gyeongbokgung

Gyeongbokgung

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