Changgyeonggung Palace in Seoul, South Korea
Built in the mid-15th century by King Sejong for his father, Changgyeonggung Palace was destroyed and rebuilt numerous times over the years, even hosting a zoo, botanical garden and museum on the site during the Japanese colonial period. In 1983 the zoo and botanical garden were relocated and the remaining structures that still stand today include the main gate, bridge, the main hall and the council hall, plus various pavilions and ancillary halls that have been restored with as much historical accuracy as possible.
Aaron and Sarah were engaged here, Aaron choosing the site for it’s history and to honor his love, who is a historian and archivist working with museums around the world. The engagement was a surprise for her and Greg posed as just another tourist in order to capture the moment in secret.
More scenery at Changgyeonggung Palace, when fellow photographer Bayleigh hired Greg to shoot photos celebrating the adoption of Lil'Man Wesley, by his adoring new parents Patience and Brandon. Father and Son already looking alike with their matching black rimmed glasses.
Seoul, South Korea
From the ancient and traditional to the throb of modern culture, Greg's camera captures the romance of one of the largest cities in the world.
These photos are culled from a variety of Greg Samborski's portfolios, from marketing shots for Peroni Beer, to ones that were shot for high end commercial real estate brochures, they beautifully reflect the diversity in lifestyles and culture you'll find in Seoul.
While Greg shoots across a variety of platforms, from romantic and family portraits to edgy advertising art, his work is defined by a whimsical style that is uniquely his.
All photographs featured here are copyrighted by the artist. You are invited to contact them directly for reprint rights.
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