23.11.15 by Staff

Instagram of the Day: Korean Couple in Long Distance Relationship Combine Images of NYC and Seoul

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Danbi Shin and Seok Li officially win at long distance relationships with these picture perfect mashups, captured simultaneously during their video calls from New York City and Seoul, South Korea. More images of their fantastic collaborations below!

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Danbi Shin on Instagram

Seok Li on Instagram

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