June 08, 2014
GYEONGBOKGUNG: Simo hits Seoul Part Two
GYEONGBOKGUNG: Simo hits Seoul Part Two
Humidity rises in Seoul and Simon ducks under a temple at Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Simon Love has travelled to South Korea as part of his Journalism degree at RMIT University, funded by the Australia-Korea Foundation.
He’s working at tbs efm radio’s This Morning program.
In part two of “Simo hits Seoul” – Humidity rises in South Korea’s captial and Simon ducks under the Queen’s quarters at Gyeongbokgung Palace.
www.simonlove.com.au To contact Simon while he’s in Seoul- simon@simonlove.com.au
Disclaimer: RMIT Media Intern Program is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Korea Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
See More Parts of #simohitsseoul Here:
Part 7: Protests
Part 6: World Cup
Part 5: Seoul Metro
Part 4: Work Begins (tbs efm)
Part 3: Hongdae
Part 2: Gyeongbokgung
Part 1: Insadong