Profiles

Profiles of artists and writers discussed and those who we think you should consider.

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Shin Yoonbok(1758~?). Painting of fighting cock.
“Do remember that fortune helps the brave.”

Fighting Cock by Shin YoonBok (1758)

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Miru Kim

http://www.mirukim.com/

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Rent Collection Courtyard

http://www.morningsun.org/stages/rent_courtyard.html


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Ko Un

http://www.koun.co.kr/default.html

 

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Lim Heeji (1765-?) Orchid. His nickname is Soowol(water moon), he loves the moon as it shines on the water, women and Mother nature.

Lim HeeJi's Orchid

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Jo Jung-rae
Professor Cha Hee Jung, from Chosun University English Language and Literature Department believes he certainly deserves the Nobel Prize in literature. Unfortunately, as far as we know, none of his work has been translated to English. If you are interested in translating his work, please contact Maria Lisak at gwangjumaria@yahoo.com .

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Kang Se-hwang (1713-1791). Painting of green bamboo. He was a poet, painter and calligrapher.

Kang Se-hwang's Green Bamboo

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Olssu
Pungmulnori is their specialty. A percussion based, Korean-influenced drumming troup. They play instruments while doing dance routines and other drama like a light show or fireworks. From Gwangju, don’t miss one of their many performances at festivals and public venues.
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