It’s fair to say that you don’t get a chance to see much of Ireland here in Korea, but over the years we’ve seen more and more of Ireland appearing. Of course, how Ireland appears varies from a flag fluttering in the street, to a jar of Irish stew in the supermarket, to the way something just looks!
We at the IAK would like to find out how much of Ireland exists here in Korea, and we know that you, our humble and loyal followers, are snapping pics of all the Irishness you find here in the land of the morning calm. We would love to see your pics and share them here with everyone else!
Here are a few examples taken by our committee members to give you inspiration!
A mini Irish flag among many more mini flags of the world – found outside Namdaemun Market, Seoul
A shamrock burned into a tree, no less! Cheongmyung Mountain, Suwon
Toilet door signs from Ireland in Mr. Toilet House, Suwon.
Please send your photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org the email title as Ireland in Korea Photos, and please include where the photo was taken, and if you want you can include your name and any other details (twitter, blog etc.)
We look forward to your submissions!