We had a lot of fun and brought home beautiful photos when we did a self photo shoot at Cheese Smile Studio during our Seoul trip last September. So when the boss, Mr. Toby Kim, opened another photo studio, I had to go back for another shoot since I was still hanging around in Seoul last December.
Seosulla Studio works pretty much the same way as Cheese Smile Studio. The studio has got pretty outfits and many cute props for you to use for your photo shoot. After the photographer sets up the studio for you, he will leave the room so that you can pose and shoot freely without feeling awkward (well, especially if you are the shy type!). You can start your self photoshoot by pressing on the remote control in your hands, and you can preview the photos immediately on the computer screen that is placed just by the side of the set.
There are two different rooms in Seosulla Studio with two very contrasting themes. One has a traditional backdrop which is perfect for hanbok or vintage outfits, while the other allows you to choose colourful backdrops, or if you prefer a cooler or darker theme, a full black backdrop. I picked a bright blue backdrop since my outfit was really colourful that day. And for the traditional backdrop, I picked a full white modern hanbok from Seosulla Studio’s range of outfits to match.
After you are done with your shoot, the photographer on duty will let you pick the photos you want and proceed with the editing immediately. Mr. Kim has superb editing skills and I always love the photos he took or edited for me. Fun fact: Mr Kim shot for K-pop band NCT. Now you know how good he is!
Here are more of the photos that I really like from the photoshoot at Seosulla Studio. Disclaimer: I edited them myself and my skills are nowhere near Mr. Kim’s.
It was a fun experience and we thought that getting a photoshoot in Seoul in a pretty photo studio should definitely be on your to-do list the next time you are in Seoul.
B1, 27-13, Yulgok-ro 10-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
You can contact the studio directly to book a photo shoot.