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Hadong and Gurye

  Countryside charms and nature's beauty await along the banks of the Seomjingang River   Gazing southeast, the sun rises slowly but surely over the horizon. The Seomjingang River’s pristine waters reflect the morning light…

Old Is New Again

Young entrepreneurs use old buildings to give Seoul new life   “Dull, inert cities, it is true, do contain the seeds of their own destruction and little else. But lively, diverse, intense cities contain the seeds of their own regeneration,…
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Panmunjeom

  [box_dark]Panmunjeom | 판문점[/box_dark] The “truce village” of Panmunjeom is one of Korea’s most iconic images. The village itself was abandoned after the Korean War; what most visitors see is the nearby Joint Security…
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Neon Lights at the DMZ? --- Interview with Lee Eunsook

Lee Eunsook Neon Lights at the DMZ? Writen by Brenda Paik Sunoo Photographed by Ryu Seunghoo   [box_info] Artist Lee Eun-sook highlights tragedy of separated families To mark the 60th anniversary since the armistice of the Korean…
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SEOUL Weekly: Installation at DMZ

Feb 19, 2013 / Issue No. 568 Bookshop Staff Needed Seoul Selection Bookshop is looking for one full-time staffer and a part-time staffer. The full-time position…
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Hwacheon

Hwacheon | 화천 Korea’s lake country gets even better in winter Written by Steve Miller Photographed by Robert Koehler and the Sancheoneo Ice Festival   [box_info] Tip: Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival Selected by…