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Exhibit Review - Beyond Impressionism

Exhibit Review – Beyond Impressionism

Beyond Impressionism Masterpieces from the Musée d’ Orsay May 3 – August 31, 2014 National Museum of Korea IMG_3851

Imposing

The approach to the National Museum of Korea is currently guarded by a 50ft tall lady holding a parasol. Her flowing gown mocks the visitors who traverse the vast grounds as they swim through the muggy Seoul air. But eventually we find ourselves under the massive outdoor atrium…

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albinogoth:

A monstrous white whale. A captain in search of revenge. And a love that would send them chasing each other across the boundless oceans. Moby Dick.

Fanfic at its best.

albinogoth:

A monstrous white whale. A captain in search of revenge. And a love that would send them chasing each other across the boundless oceans. Moby Dick.

Fanfic at its best.

Cat doodle. For some reason.

A Serendipity of Sight - Sentimental Scenery II

A Serendipity of Sight – Sentimental Scenery II

IMG_3770If you decide to casually stroll down Insadong on one of these fine, rainy days, perhaps you’ll come across a few posters for one show or another. And since this bank like place seems to also be a gallery, you figure you might as well step out of the rain for a moment. Check it out.

What do we have here?

Sentimental Scenery II Helen Chung Lee LeeSeoul Gallery 

2014.6.18(Wed) ~ 6.30 (Mon)

Moonvillage

청춘 달동네…

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Lovely color palette on this beautiful rainy day!

Drowning in Problems - A Game

Drowning in Problems – A Game

Ready for a game? No skill needed, but if you are prone to existential crises, this might not be a good one to play. Don’t worry, it won’t take long.

The game is called ‘Drowning in Problems‘. Give it a shot and come back.

There is nothing. Solve.

Seriously, give it a go and collect your own thoughts first.

Some of you might be wondering what or why that was. Others of you might be like me and quite enjoyed it. But what…

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Meet Dokkaebi - 12

Meet Dokkaebi – 12

The Brothers Kim and the Dokkaebi

In the early days of the Shilla dynasty, there was a nobleman from one of the Kim families who went by the name Bangi. Bangi was good-natured and kind, but was quite poor. As it so happened, he had a younger brother who was quite rich, but was vicious and petty.

One year, Bangi acquired a small plot of land from the villagers, so he asked his younger brother to…

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Meet Dokkaebi - 11

Meet Dokkaebi – 11

A Dokkaebi’s Gratitude

A long time ago, in a certain town, there was a considerably poor man. Unable to stand his condition any longer, went beneath the bridge that was just outside of town and laid out some dog meat and a keg of wine, crying,

“Brother Dokkaebi! Uncle Dokkaebi! I have something good for you!”

Some dokkaebi appeared and when they had eaten everything up, he asked them for help. As…

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Meet Dokkaebi - 10

Meet Dokkaebi – 10

The Dokkaebi’s Warning

A long time ago, in a village of Jeolla province, there lived a wealthy widower and his 13-year-old daughter. The rich man was exceedingly stingy, but his daughter was kind hearted and was well loved in town. One year there was a big drought and many people went hungry, but the only way the widower was willing to help was by lending his rice at exceedingly high interest…

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