at Pilundong, pencil, watercolor, 30 x 40 cm
When I crossed the Sajik road I could see the blue building with irregular windows. A man seated on a red chair looking at the street. I began to sketch him at first because I was not sure that he'd stay long there.
at Naejadong, charcoal, 30 x 40 cm
I was walking down to Gwanghwamun. These days there are so many glass wall buildings that the reflected image on walls made attractive focus in street scenery. In the small resting place I could sketch this thankfully. It seemed to rain soon getting darker.
at Gwanghwamun, pen and watercolor, 30 x 40 cm
Arriving at the Gwanghwamun, Sejong Street, I tried to sketch the Gwanghwamun at first, but I changed my mind looking back. The bridge between the Integrated Government buildings seemed worthwhile to draw. After finishing this I took a bus coming home. At last it rained heavily while my being at bus. But finishing sketches gives energy in spite of being caught in the rain without umbrella.