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Friday, October 1, 2010

PhotoHunt - Letters

A few shots of the South Korean Pavilion at Shanghai World Expo.

Exterior walls of the pavilion are decorated with the colourful shapes of Korean letters and art pixels. The han-geul letters(Korean alphabets) is the prime element of ‘signs’ within the structure.

It amazes me how creative and artistry people can be to create such a welcoming atmosphere.


Picture 258

Picture 260-1

Picture 241

33 comments:

  1. It looks more like lego blocks stacked together. :D

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  2. What a beautiful, and cheery building :) Love how it is so colourful :) Happy weekend!

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  3. What an awesome place! Absolutely perfect for this theme too. Great photos!

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  4. It is a colourful day. It is weekend again.

    This is my working Saturday again.

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  5. spectacular take on the theme. amazing.

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  6. This is absolutely fantastic. Very colorful and creative.

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  7. I gave up visiting the Shanghai World Expo after hearing many negative stories about it.

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  8. Did you have to queue very long to get into the exhibition halls? Many of my friends were able to visit only a few of the halls.

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  9. What a brilliant idea. Your choice and for their decorative theme.

    Happy weekend to you.

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  10. Tat is really impressive. Thanks for sharing these images

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  11. ECL,

    it's super crowded everyday. my hubby managed to visit some popular ones and took tons of pics but he had to wait long hellish hours just to gain a foothold inside the pavilion. :(

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  12. A creatively awesome choice of building for a world expo. Well done, South Korea! :)

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  13. Life Ramblings,
    Yeah, I heard that from friends who visited the place. Your hubby is so lucky to visit the few popular pavilions.

    It's not an easy task, having to brave the crowds and long queues everywhere!

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  14. It's very unique and colorful, I also love the B&W facade.

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  15. G' Day From Australia, Very colourful and welcoming place to be. The building on the outside reminds me of rubic's cube.

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  16. Seems like so many friends visited the Expo and came back fuming at the sweltering heat and crowd. The Korean booth looks unique!

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  17. Amazing! Very colorful and very pretty!

    My Photo Hunt picture is posted HERE.

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  18. What a neat place. I love the idea of using letters as decor.

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  19. Wow, that looks awesome! Has to be so cool to see this in person...:-)

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  20. Fantastic!

    http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2010/10/03/photohunt-letters/

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  21. the first photo of the reversed steps is interesting.

    I just did a reversed bungy. Did you do the reversed bungy in Singapore?

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  22. I love it! So colorful and cheery.

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  23. So creative.I loved it very much. The most important thing that attracts me is that its colors.

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