Even during COVID-19 crisis, the clock is still ticking. In Seoul, how is the time ticking after COVID-19? Likewise, the summer has come after the spring and Seoul citizens are still busy with their own lives. In the video, you can find various routines of Seoul citizens, from office workers who are commuting to and from Gwanghwamun to people who are taking rest at Cheonggyecheon Stream.
Check out the first video of tinyseoul in July that realistically captures the everyday scenery of Seoul nowadays. What would you like to do if you could spend your day in Seoul?
Places in the video: City Hall, Gwanghwamun, Deoksugung Stonewall Walkway, Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Cheonggyecheon Stream, etc.