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Apparently, the security personnel manning the entrance near the Cheongwadae or Blue House grounds also double as photo shoot directors. They always insist that tourists should take photos of the executive office and official residence of the president of South Korea at a designated spot only. 🙂

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Take your photos here and no place else. Or else.

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Entrance to the Blue House grounds
June 25, 2011

That might indeed stifle your creative capacity. But some signs in downtown Seoul will make you burst into hysterical laughter too. Read my story here.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says

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