Byeonsanbando National Park does something no other national park in Korea can-combine scenic shoreline with rugged alpine scenery. In this sense, it's a virtual microcosm of the best Korea has to offer. A million and a half people visit this park each year to take in its dramatic vistas and spectacular sunsets, some of the most romantic in Korea. While Byeongsanbando is best known for its natural surroundings, it's got a bit of culture, too. It's home to two major Buddhist temples, including Naesosa Temple, one of Korea's most architecturally important monasteries. You'll also find a unique shamanist shrine where villagers pray to a local deity in hopes of ensuring the safety and prosperity of the village's fishermen...More
"Garibong" by Park Ki-yong
I got the chance to see the 2013 Jeonju Digital Project. Every year, JIFF finds and funds three directors on a specific theme. This years- strangers. The only other requirement is that they must be over thirty minutes in length- not quite feature length, these pictures all capture a specific, interpolated idea...More
Actress Park Han-byeol showed off her doll-like visual through a recent pictorial.
Known as the style icon, Park Han-byeol revealed a magazine pictorial that resembles a Barbie Doll. These pictures were taken for the summer season shoe collection...More