The president's son releases his first role-playing game, catch some of Seoul's fabulous fashionistas from Seoul Fashion Week, print a life-like figurine of yourself instead of a photo, and architecture photographer Jae Hun Ko captures Seoul's most inspiring creations.
"Mobile game designed by President's son unveiled"
South Korea has a new president, but did you know his son, Joon-yong, is a mobile game developer? President Moon Jae-in's son recently launched his new game, a historical role-playing game called "Majestia" for Android and iOS. "My son used to play Nintendo games from when he was at elementary school. Now he is working as a graphic designer thanks to his childhood experience of playing games", said President Moon about his son's creative evolution.
...READ ON THE KOREA TIMES
"[Eye Plus] Streets of fashion, passion"
Seoul Fashion Week took place earlier this year, and in this photo gallery on The Korea Herald, you'll get a glimpse of some of the styles on display both on the runway and of a few fabulous street-side fashionistas. Seoul's definitely got talent...
...READ ON THE KOREA HERALD
"Watch: South Koreans have replaced photographs with 3D figures of themselves"
Thanks to advances in 3D technology, a company in South Korea is able to offer its customers the chance to get a lifelike figurine of themselves (or their pet). "It needs about one hundred DSLR cameras placed at different angles, all of them simultaneously taking 2D photos, to get an accurate 3D model". The figures themselves are "made using more than 1,000 layers of gypsum powder. These figures are then painted according to the photographs". Will dioramas eventually replace the family photo album?
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"Creative Architecture Photography From South Korea by Jae Hun Ko"
Jae Hun Ko, a young graphic designer and architecture photographer based in Seoul, captures some of the capital's spirit through this great series of photos of Seoul's awesome architecture. This is a beautiful twenty-first-century city on the rise...
...READ ON PHOTOGRIST
[Photo] Added poster for the upcoming Korean drama "Secret Forest"
Added poster for the upcoming Korean drama "Secret Forest",...More
Moderate Amount of Sunlight Vital for Getting Vitamin D
Most Koreans are too busy working or studying to go out and get a healthy amount of sunshine. To m,...More
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