I was flipping through the Yonsei Annals (a monthly English-language, student-driven publication) today and came across a two-page spread on the pros and cons of same-sex marriage legalization. Sure, the story lacked any depth (the intro amusingly attempted to define the term "coming out" via Brokeback Mountain scenes) and this country has a long road ahead (in terms of breaking through conservatism), but it was refreshing to see the issue being raised in print...
Anyway, I'm taking part in a study on "digital visualization of culture," and have consequently started to think about how I can best express the culture of Seoul through photos... Where do I start? Here are a few ideas.
- Ajumma, Defined
- Mini Skirt Mania
- The Man Purse x2 (Theirs and Their GFs)
- Couple Clothes
- Self Portraits - Vanity or Just Plain Fun?
- Shove Me, Shove Me, But Don't Say That You're Sorry (This only works if you sing it to the tune of the Cardigans' Lovefool)
- Mobile Addiction
- Why Is Everything So Freakin' Cute in This City?!
Haha. Despite appearances, I'm not trying to be the least bit sarcastic. This will be fun. I love this city, and now I have an excuse to take even MORE pictures. : )
On a side note, I feel inspired. Today I sat at a cafe with three other gal pals, and we managed to have a conversation in three different languages. Sort of. It was pretty darn cool if you ask me.
Now... time to get some work done!