Social photos of the week

Grey’s Nils Leonard (@nilsleonard) has been keeping us amused with photo documentation of his trip to Korea. Our favourite Tweet was this interesting building, which Leonard showcased with the simple line: "Welcome to Korea."

William Hague won’t be mourned by Trevor Beattie (@trevorbmbagency) when he quits as an MP next year. "Our paths may have crossed rather publicly once. But I won’t miss thee," Beattie Tweeted, remembering the "be afraid, be very afraid" poster he created in 2001 featuring Hague’s face with Margaret Thatcher’s hair.

Twitter’s Bruce Daisley (@brucedaisley) picked out Rihanna’s snaps as his social highlights from the World Cup final – the pop star managed to pose with most players involved, including Mario Götze, who scored Germany’s winning goal.

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