For two simple reasons, my photography expeditions in Seoul generally begin at Seoul City Hall. For starters, I really don't know much else about Seoul because
I'm too cheap to buy I don't have access to a guidebook. Secondly, it's apparent, there are myriad festivals and happenings on the lawn in front of city hall, including what seem like daily musical performances.
Today's festival seemed to focus on spicy red chili. You don't need to read that again. You read it correctly the first time. Mind you, this is a guess on my part because my Korean language comprehension was arrested at 6 years of age. If this festival didn't involve the chili pepper, I have to question the sanity of the guy placing real and model chili peppers all over the place.
Logically, a festival involving chili peppers requires a three piece band but I must admit, the cute gal above can really belt out a tune so I didn't mind granting the organizers a bit of artistic license.
Tighter crop of the cellist and cute singer.
Cellist solo. I hope I didn't blow this one, however, you shouldn't be surprised if I did. That is a cello, correct? As opposed to a double bass?
(ed. note: indeed, I blew it. Informed musician, Emily H. correctly identifies the instrument as a double bass.)