Last night, I took a walk thru the Jongno district starting at around 7:30pm. Jongno is one of the oldest business districts in Seoul. A real take me back in time kind of place with thousands of mom and pop stores, wholesale and retail outlets, a jewelry district, a lighting district as well as electronics. Since it was night time, many shops had already closed up and it was pretty quiet which is the polar opposite of the lively action during the daytime. All the photos were taken with either my Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mk.II with an O45/1.8 or Fuji X100T with the WCL-X100 28mm wide conversion lens. As usual, I have my Fuji around my neck and the Olympus wrapped around my wrist. With a 28mm and 90mm, I can go back and forth between the two focal lengths very quickly. A man waiting for his glasses to be done. This was shot at ISO 800 although shortly after, I needed to bump up ISO to 1600 and by the end of the night I was at ISO 3200. A Yellow Cap delivery guy is basically one of many local versions of FedEx/UPS. A man taking delivery. An outdoor street food eatery. These are quite common in parts of Seoul, but usually they are located on back streets and not on a main road like this. One of many alleyways with most shops closed up for the night. However, a Chinese restaurant was still open for business. And a billiard parlor was open for business as well. Another back alley with shops closed up for the day. A man walking down the street about to have a cigarette. An old fashioned garbage cart that is still used quite often in the older districts around Seoul. Guys on motorbikes and mopeds are quite common also. Most of the time, they are used for food delivery or small goods. Stairs leading to a rooftop area. A rooftop view of the area. The weather was forecasted as rain and thunderstorm but aside from a few drops, thankfully the weather held up for me to get a few hours of photography in although the clouds looked pretty ominous. And a more closeup shot with the O45/1.8. At the end of the night, another rooftop view.