Do you want to choose the subject of my next photograph?

Then take part in the Lost in Korea photo scavenger hunt and send me out on assignment.

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If I can find it while filming my National Geographic Channel TV show, I’ll snap a photo for you and put it online!

 

The Get Lost in Korea scavenger hunt. . .

What subjects can you choose from?

You can ask me to photograph whatever you want!

It could be something specific, such as a plate of food, stop sign, lightbulb, phone booth, toilet seat, gas pump…

 

A gas pump at a service station in Mokpo, South Korea

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You also can ask me a question

For example, “what do people drink in South Korea?”

 

Drinks for sale in a convenience store in Gyeongju, South Korea
Drinks for sale in a convenience store in Gyeongju, South Korea

OR

What type of buildings do they have in South Korea?

 

Looking up at the buildings of Gwanghwamun - Seoul, South Korea
Looking up at the buildings of Gwanghwamun – Seoul, South Korea

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The sky’s the limit,

so head to the comments and ask away!

Your deadline is July 8, 2013.

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GET LOST IN KOREA


In 2013, I was hired by National Geographic to film a TV show in South Korea … following my adventures as a travel blogger and photographic storyteller.

The single-episode show offered a mix of humor, tradition, adventure and stunning imagery; as I teamed up with Jesse Day: a Canadian entertainer who lives in Seoul and raps in Korean.

Here are the highlights from filming Get Lost in Korea