Located on a steep street in hilly Haebangchon, the diminutive Storage Book Store is at the forefront of Seoul’s booming bookstore scene. From rare Korean travel photo journals to major international publications, the titles stocked at Storage reflect the photographic interest of owner Kang Younggyu—who was motivated to open the space when he released his own independent photobook in 2011 and realized how few local stores specialized in selling similar publications. The store also hosts a roster of events including bookmaking workshops. Storage Book & Film Sinheung-ro 115-1 Yongsan-gu Seoul South Korea TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 50 On the Shelf Writer Hua Hsu on faxes and friendship. Arts & Culture Issue 41 Cover Story Inside the book blurb racket. Arts & Culture Issue 37 Short Histories of Nearly Everything The bestsellers of the last decade look like a college reading list. Debika Ray looks at the rise of the “brainy book.” Arts & Culture Issue 31 Semi-detached Unease in suburbia. Arts & Culture Issue 26 Enduring Love Advice on producing a perennially popular classic. Arts & Culture Shining a New Light on Marsha P. Johnson A new documentary chronicles the mysterious death of transgender icon Marsha P. Johnson.