The image of a soldier had been strongly imprinted on my mind, like the icon of a real man, a father with a tough spirit.
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Responses of South-Koreans towards ‘Koreans in Japan’ are usually divided into two types: ‘indifference’ and ‘extreme interest’.
Born in South Korea in 1980, I was adopted at the age of 6 and raised in France. I returned to my native country 20 years later
n the early 1960s, West Germany achieved rapid economic development, while on the contrary, South Korea was in extreme poverty. At that time Korea’s gross national product (GNP) was only $79. It was impossible to build factories and to create jobs, so the unemployment rate reached 40 percent. While West Germany made remarkable progress, they […]
This “picture diary” is a project, which has been executed for a year in 2008. By taking a daily picture throughout a year, I illustrated my everyday life here in South Korea.