1. Starfield Library

Located in the center of COEX Mall, Starfield Library is an open public space and library. The interior such as the large lit up book shelves make an amazing place to shoot.

2. Sorea Ecology Park

Sorae Ecological Park was once Korea’s largest salt field. Many people come to see the 3 scenic wooden windmills among the park. The dutch style windmills make for scenic and romantic landscape photography.

3. Anyang Art Park

 Anyang Art Park in Anyang Korea has over 52 art installations from Korean artists. The art installations range from large walk in spiral tunnels, to creative shapes to intriguing mirror sculptures. It’s a great place for creative photography

4. Dongdaemun Design Plaza

(DDP) has a meaning of Dream, Design, and Play. It holds various exhibitions, fashion shows, forums, conferences, and other domestic and international events. It’s a great place to photography the beautiful architecture or use it as a backdrop for portraits.
 

5. South Korea Subway

The subway systems in South Korea can be great for photography. Using the shapes, patterns and objects within the subway can be a great way of expressing the day-to-day life in South Korea, in a creative way.

6. Jeju Island

Jeju Island located of the coast of Southern-South Korea is known for its beach resorts and volcanic landscape of craters and cavelike lava tubes. It’s great for landscape and travel photography as well as photographing the day-to-day cultural practices such as the Haeyneo women divers.

7. Golden Hour In Seoul

Golden hour in any city is a good idea for photography. In Seoul the heavy traffic seems to become calm and the side streets become romantic scenes for shooting landscapes, people or portraits.  

8. Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. This Palace is located in Seoul although a big tourist attraction is also great for taking travel and historical style photos.  

9. Neon Night Photography 

The neon lights in South Korean cities along with the bustling night life make great areas for night photography; mainly for street photography (shooting people, things people are selling & reflections).

10. New Core Walkway Bucheon

When I come to South Korea i stay in Bucheon with my girlfriend. New Core one of the main shopping malls in this area and the bridge is quite nice for photography.