Today’s featured writer is South Korean travel blogger Juno Kim, also known as Runaway Juno. We love her sense of adventure, carefree spirit and passion for the arts– and hope you will too!
There is no question: Hong Kong is an artistic city.
As a girl from a big city, I thought I could skip the ‘urban’ part and explore the hiking trails and beaches. But I underrated its unique artistic character before I visited. Yes, Hong Kong is the eighth most populated city in the world and is a concrete jungle, but the buildings are one of a kind.
The famous Hong Kong skyline is filled with important modern architecture and is home to artists and street art. You can stumble upon its European influences, which are still alive in the city today. In every corner of the city, you’ll run into graffiti, antiques and uniquely designed buildings.
These are my original photos of art in Hong Kong.
About the writer
South Korea’s leading travel blogger, Juno Kim, writes under the handle Runaway Juno. She has hiked, camped and photographed her way across Asia, North America and New Zealand.
A lover of craft beer and street art, Juno calls Seoul home (in the rare moments when she isn’t traveling). We first met Juno several years ago on Twitter and have been loyal followers ever since!