These Beautiful Photographs of Korea Will Make You Gasp


An Honest Photo Collection of Korea

The following are, in my opinion, some of the most beautiful photographs of Korea captured in the last five years.  Scott Rotzoll, a former expat, spent a few years in South Korea honing his technique and composition.  He left us with his under-appreciated yet stunning vision of South Korea.  His collection portrays South Korea perfectly in its modest beauty and neutral tones.  Please click on a photo to view Scott’s entire collection.  The rest of his collection includes photographs from Japan, The Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia.

If you are interested in learning more about the locations or details of Scott’s photographs, please check him out on Flckr, Facebook, or his awesome website.  Seriously, if you love photography, follow this guy! 





The Collection


A Towering Valley Guardian

Daejeon Expo Bridge

Gwangan Glow

Taehwa Bamboo

Somaemuldo - The Night Shift Begins

An Autumn Morning

A Chuseok Supermoon

River Temple

Seuldo Bay

Hwangmaesan Sunrise


An Industrial View


Finding a Spot

Selfies Everywhere!

Cherry Blossoms in the Bamboo Forest | Ulsan, South Korea

Gyeongbok Palace Path 경복궁 - Seoul, South Korea

Jansaengpo Industrial Plant (a.k.a. Mordor)

Jansaengpo Industrial Plant (a.k.a. Mordor)

Inside Marine City - Busan, South Korea

DMZ Bird Sanctuary - Cheorwon, South Korea

Marine City Reflection - Busan, South Korea

Courtship on the Taehwa River

Ulsan Grand Park - Ulsan, South Korea


3 thoughts on “These Beautiful Photographs of Korea Will Make You Gasp

  1. I’m so proud to share that you are my nephew, Scott. To tell others of your photography skills is my bragging right, but hard to put in words. Amazing, is the one word to best describe your talent.


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