A shadowy pattern of mountains and grass is cast onto the wall of a bedroom in a multi-unit residential building in Seoul in May 2020 as sunlight passes through the windows at sunrise. With houses often packed closely together in South Korea’s capital, windows are covered with film to ensure privacy — all the more important when people are forced to spend more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cheryl Wee works as a copy editor for a Korean wire agency in Seoul. The former journalist from Singapore moved to the South Korean capital city in 2015. She takes photos in her free time.