In 2016, I was approached by a representative of the National Archives of Korea, a branch of the federal government of the Republic of Korea. The National Archives of Korea was interested in acquiring my Korean photographs. I was honored by their request, and I donated approximately 1,200 original color and black-and-white photographs to the Korean people.
Below are some of my Korean photographs after being expertly scanned and digitized by the National Archives of Korea. I did not include a description for each photo; I prefer to let the pictures speak for themselves.
Click on each image to see the full-size photograph.
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Would you like to see additional photographs that I took while in the Land of the Morning Calm? If so, I suggest that you view my Korean-Japanese photo page.