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Jee Young Lee   |   Gallery

The south korean artist Jee Young Lee transforms her studio in to dream-like worlds. She is certainly is an artists that knows how to transport the viewer into a different world, making each piece quite magical. 

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gojira:

this is fucking perfect

indeed

taehong:

50 KOREAN ACTORS TO LOVE
#5 - Wonbin
After his 1997 debut, Wonbin shot up to stardom fairly quickly and easily thanks to his looks. His first notable role was in 2000’s hit drama “Autumn Tale,” which officially made him Pretty Boy Extraordinaire of Korea. He starred in a few hit films after that — “Guns & Talks,” the internationally acclaimed “Taeguki: The Brotherhood of War" — but it was 2009’s "Mother" and last year’s "The Man From Nowhere" (both in which he radically changed his image and showed his versatility) that solidified his place on the list of actors who have the acting abilities to go along with their good looks.
Wonbin has consistently kept his place as a name synonymous with “handsome” for many years alongside others like Jang Dong-gun and Jung Woo-sung. He has become, in many ways, a standard.

taehong:

50 KOREAN ACTORS TO LOVE

#5 - Wonbin

After his 1997 debut, Wonbin shot up to stardom fairly quickly and easily thanks to his looks. His first notable role was in 2000’s hit drama “Autumn Tale,” which officially made him Pretty Boy Extraordinaire of Korea. He starred in a few hit films after that — “Guns & Talks,” the internationally acclaimed “Taeguki: The Brotherhood of War" — but it was 2009’s "Mother" and last year’s "The Man From Nowhere" (both in which he radically changed his image and showed his versatility) that solidified his place on the list of actors who have the acting abilities to go along with their good looks.

Wonbin has consistently kept his place as a name synonymous with “handsome” for many years alongside others like Jang Dong-gun and Jung Woo-sung. He has become, in many ways, a standard.

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artnet:

Park Seo-Bo
“Art without spirit is not art. Art has to have soul.” - Park Seo-Bo
Few Korean artists have achieved the fame of Park Seo-Bo (Korean, b.1931), who has been a major figure in the Korean avant-garde from the Post-War era to the present day. Scholars have compared Park’s public persona in Korea to that of Andy Warhol in the United States—an enduring notoriety sustained as much by the artist’s charismatic self-presentation as by the art itself. 
Park Seo-Bo and Korean Contemporary Art

artnet:

Park Seo-Bo

“Art without spirit is not art. Art has to have soul.” - Park Seo-Bo

Few Korean artists have achieved the fame of Park Seo-Bo (Korean, b.1931), who has been a major figure in the Korean avant-garde from the Post-War era to the present day. Scholars have compared Park’s public persona in Korea to that of Andy Warhol in the United States—an enduring notoriety sustained as much by the artist’s charismatic self-presentation as by the art itself. 

Park Seo-Bo and Korean Contemporary Art