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Reporter : Shim Hyun-chul
Wed, October 5, 2022 | 01:13
Full moon festival 'Jeongwol Daeboreum' [VIDEO]
Great full moon festival at Namsangol Hanok Village in Seoul on Feb. 12
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Funky architect
Jindo revisited
JINDO - The night at Paengmok Harbour is colder than that night one year ago when I was here to cover the Sewol tragedy. I spent a week here then, bearing witness to a kind of carnage that could be seen with the increasing body count each time a boat approached and the wailing that followed after identifications were made by family members.
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The scent of spring
Korean Masters - Kim Man-hee
Kim Man-hee's left eye went blind following cataract surgery in 1980 when he was 50. It was a fatal blow to someone who devoted his life to drawing traditional folk paintings or "minhwa."
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Upside down
Korean Masters - Lee Jung-dae
Every winter, Lee Jung-dae, a "daegeum" or traditional transverse bamboo flute maker, wanders around bamboo groves in the southern part of the nation to find the finest materials for making the instrument.
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Korea Times W magazine photo column
From Paengmok port
PAENGMOK PORT - Being here for six days was an exhausting experience. Few outside the family members of passengers missing or recovered from the sunken Sewol ferry felt entitled to complain, knowing the weight of their sorrow.
Quenching more than thirst
From FISHING BOAT, Jindo - It was about 7 a.m. Monday. Four photographers including this reporter rented a boat to get near the site where the ferry Sewol sank. An armada of ships, small boats and dinghies were scattered throughout the area. The sea was calm, making one wonder if it was the same sea that had engulfed hundreds of students.
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