Photos by Andrew Cheng (ETA ’12-14), Judy Her (ETA ’13-14), Helen Li (ETA ’13-14) and Neal Singleton (ETA ’12-14)

South Korea is a miracle of modern urbanity, emerging from the shambles of the Korean War to become one of the most developed countries in the world today. Alongside glistening skyscrapers and high-rise apartments, the streets of Korea also offer small marvels: food stalls, murals, a hidden door. This gallery documents the Fulbrighter experience with cityscapes, from everyday sights to views from afar.