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South Korea

South Korea

fan dance

fan dance

Korean Artist -Doh Ho Suh -He said that he wished he could pack up his home and take it with him wherever he traveled just like a snail. The kinderartists shared their stories about missing home and then imagined what kind of homes their own snails would carry

Korean Artist -Doh Ho Suh -He said that he wished he could pack up his home and take it with him wherever he traveled just like a snail. The kinderartists shared their stories about missing home and then imagined what kind of homes their own snails would carry

[paint over photo?] A small sample of the works of Minjae Lee. Each piece takes between 4-8 weeks to complete so he makes very few pieces per year. In 2013, Art Business News gave him the front cover of the summer issue

[paint over photo?] A small sample of the works of Minjae Lee. Each piece takes between 4-8 weeks to complete so he makes very few pieces per year. In 2013, Art Business News gave him the front cover of the summer issue

Korean Mask | No-jang Mask

Korean Mask | No-jang Mask

Metal root sculptures created by South Korean artist Sun-Hyuk Kim

Metal root sculptures created by South Korean artist Sun-Hyuk Kim

The Korean hanbok is probably the oldest traditional costume in the world that has kept the original style.  We can see the Korean costume portrayed in tomb murals from the Koguryo period.  Actually, people wore clothing of this style before written records were kept but the history of hanbok goes back 2000 years even when we count the years after history was officially recorded.

The Korean hanbok is probably the oldest traditional costume in the world that has kept the original style. We can see the Korean costume portrayed in tomb murals from the Koguryo period. Actually, people wore clothing of this style before written records were kept but the history of hanbok goes back 2000 years even when we count the years after history was officially recorded.

Korean artist Yun-Woo Choi creates impressive sculptures using rolled up pages of magazines glued together to make forms inspired by theoretical physics.

Korean artist Yun-Woo Choi creates impressive sculptures using rolled up pages of magazines glued together to make forms inspired by theoretical physics.

Korean Traditional Instrumental Music (국악명상음악 12곡)

Korean Traditional Instrumental Music (국악명상음악 12곡)

Korean Hanbok: Coloring Page by AkaiTennyo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Korean Hanbok: Coloring Page by AkaiTennyo.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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