Miss Universe 2011 third runner-up Shamcey Supsup and model boyfriend Lloyd Lee are set to tie the knot this December. But before they walk down the aisle, the two vowed to complete a series of engagement sessions which will feature four different seasons.

For the second leg--which also happened to be their first international shoot--the couple traveled to Seoul, Korea to bask in the autumn air and enjoy the striking sights offered by the country.

Seoul is an especially excellent destination in autumn, which is considered to be its best season. Brightly colored leaves and tall trees strewn about made for a captivating backdrop at Shamcey and Lloyd's photo shoot.

The celebrity couple posed comfortably in front of the camera. Nice Print Photography documented the couple's adventures in Special City in notable and evocative photographs.

See Shamcey and Lloyd's first prenup session here.
See a slideshow of Shamcey and Lloyd's Ting Hun ceremony here.
See details from Shamcey and Lloyd's Ting Hun ceremony here.

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