The Korean Folk Village (한국 민속촌) located in Yongin, South Korea is well known for its spectacular performances which include equestrian stunts, tight rope walking, traditional dance and staged marriage ceremonies; however, there are some really quirky sculptures that are on display as well. This particular travel photo is a close-up perspective shot of the lips and teeth of a sculpture found at the Korean Folk Village (한국 민속촌). If you take a closer examination of the photo you’ll notice some spider-webs. For the aspiring travel photographer, filling the frame is an important consideration at times. You’ll notice how my photo has no negative space here. This is one of many travel photos from the Korean Folk Village (한국 민속촌) – Yongin, South Korea. To view the rest of my travel gallery from the Korean Folk Village (한국 민속촌) – Yongin, South Korea click on the photo.