Saturday, February 18, 2012

Seoul Airport: Incheon

The Seoul Incheon airport was amazing for so many reasons. The fact that it is the first airport I ever photographed is a testament to its wonder. 


Although I didn't fully realize it at the time, arriving at 6:00 a.m. was a great opportunity to experience it in its quiet, pre-dawn hours, where I was left to photograph uninterrupted by the hustle and bustle of airport traffic.

As expected,
American fast food is omnipresent in airport across the world, but of course, with a twist.  
Like Dunkin Donuts' green tea donut. 



Total self portrait. Seeing as how I was traveling alone, there was no other way to capture the magic....


Almost all the Korean food was extremely expensive in the airport, so I spent $8 USD at KFC. It was the best fried chicken I ever had. Spicy, salty, Korean-style friend chicken. I felt like such a sell-out eating KFC at Incheon, but after returned I met several Korean people who admitted loving Korean KFC.


Next time, I am going to try Korean Buger King




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