“While technically not on the actual roof of the house, this elderly woman attends to her rather comprehensive garden on the elevated plot next to her traditional home in the Bukchon neighborhood in Seoul. Considering the elevated price of produce this year, such a garden could provide considerable savings.” 
Via koreaunderground and Enderle Travelblog
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“While technically not on the actual roof of the house, this elderly woman attends to her rather comprehensive garden on the elevated plot next to her traditional home in the Bukchon neighborhood in Seoul. Considering the elevated price of produce this year, such a garden could provide considerable savings.” 

Via koreaunderground and Enderle Travelblog

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  1. Camera: Olympus E-M5
  2. Aperture: f/6.3
  3. Exposure: 1/160th
  4. Focal Length: 19mm

Seoul Taxi… (by rogvon)

IRIS by HYBE 

Interactive installation is grid of transparent LEDs which display halftone and circular patterns whose display can emulate it’s viewers.

A week ago, I covered a New Media exhibition in Seoul called ‘The Da Vinci Ideas Exhibition’ and was intrigued by this piece, hoping there would be a video of it. Well, the brilliant Creative Applications discovered it, which you can watch in the embed below:

Created by Korena collective HYBE, IRIS is a media canvas with matrix of conventional information display technology, that is a monochrome LCD.Through the phased opening and closing of circular black liquid crystal, IRIS can create various patterns and control the amount (size) of passing lights. 

More Info and images can be found at Creative Applications here

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XYZ NOTE
Stylish isometric notepad by Seoul-based designers kam-kam:
It seems that the small as well as the great, in the creative field, are derived from a simple drawing.
This isometric-grid notepad, named XYZ note, would be a good start for such creative three-dimensional drawings. 
The cover of the note is a clear plastic with a cube-pattern  filled, which partly reveals drawings on the first page. Because of its  transparency, the drawing underneath the cover completes the cover’s  image. You end up having a new cover every time you rip off the first  page.
We have produced an animation, a combination of the drawings,  created on this notepad. This animation is the transformation of the  electronic sound (VSTi); each frame is in response to its beats and  rhythms.
This animation is co-produced by Studio YOG and LOBOTOMY.
More information, including the accompanying animation, can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge:) XYZ NOTE
Stylish isometric notepad by Seoul-based designers kam-kam:
It seems that the small as well as the great, in the creative field, are derived from a simple drawing.
This isometric-grid notepad, named XYZ note, would be a good start for such creative three-dimensional drawings. 
The cover of the note is a clear plastic with a cube-pattern  filled, which partly reveals drawings on the first page. Because of its  transparency, the drawing underneath the cover completes the cover’s  image. You end up having a new cover every time you rip off the first  page.
We have produced an animation, a combination of the drawings,  created on this notepad. This animation is the transformation of the  electronic sound (VSTi); each frame is in response to its beats and  rhythms.
This animation is co-produced by Studio YOG and LOBOTOMY.
More information, including the accompanying animation, can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge:) XYZ NOTE
Stylish isometric notepad by Seoul-based designers kam-kam:
It seems that the small as well as the great, in the creative field, are derived from a simple drawing.
This isometric-grid notepad, named XYZ note, would be a good start for such creative three-dimensional drawings. 
The cover of the note is a clear plastic with a cube-pattern  filled, which partly reveals drawings on the first page. Because of its  transparency, the drawing underneath the cover completes the cover’s  image. You end up having a new cover every time you rip off the first  page.
We have produced an animation, a combination of the drawings,  created on this notepad. This animation is the transformation of the  electronic sound (VSTi); each frame is in response to its beats and  rhythms.
This animation is co-produced by Studio YOG and LOBOTOMY.
More information, including the accompanying animation, can be found here
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XYZ NOTE

Stylish isometric notepad by Seoul-based designers kam-kam:

It seems that the small as well as the great, in the creative field, are derived from a simple drawing.

This isometric-grid notepad, named XYZ note, would be a good start for such creative three-dimensional drawings. 

The cover of the note is a clear plastic with a cube-pattern filled, which partly reveals drawings on the first page. Because of its transparency, the drawing underneath the cover completes the cover’s image. You end up having a new cover every time you rip off the first page.

We have produced an animation, a combination of the drawings, created on this notepad. This animation is the transformation of the electronic sound (VSTi); each frame is in response to its beats and rhythms.

This animation is co-produced by Studio YOG and LOBOTOMY.

More information, including the accompanying animation, can be found here

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Suwon Snow (by In Memory Lane~)

Yun-min + Bori

Rainy Day In Seoul (by fatcatmatt)

South Korea 1970s - Korea 1970 Exhibition
South Korean culture from the 1970s - a new exhibition in Seoul has photographs and installations recreating shops of the time.There is no English version of the site, but more about it can be found here
(via prostheticknowledge: South Korea 1970s - Korea 1970 Exhibition
South Korean culture from the 1970s - a new exhibition in Seoul has photographs and installations recreating shops of the time.There is no English version of the site, but more about it can be found here
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South Korea 1970s - Korea 1970 Exhibition

South Korean culture from the 1970s - a new exhibition in Seoul has photographs and installations recreating shops of the time.There is no English version of the site, but more about it can be found here

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Kim Byoungho Soft Crash, 2011
Aluminum, piezo, arduino, 330x330x165(d) cm
Solo exhibition in Seoul
Nov 10 - Dec 18, 2011 / Arario Gallery Seoul samcheong, Korea
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Kim Byoungho Soft Crash, 2011

Aluminum, piezo, arduino, 330x330x165(d) cm

Solo exhibition in Seoul

Nov 10 - Dec 18, 2011 / Arario Gallery Seoul samcheong, Korea

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Lights and Envy (by (Jt))

Seoul from Mt. Namsan by Robert Koehler
Mount Namsan is near the heart of Seoul, and probably the best place to see the landscape of the city.
This Flickr set takes a look at the city at night from around the mountain.
More Here
(via prostheticknowledge:) Seoul from Mt. Namsan by Robert Koehler
Mount Namsan is near the heart of Seoul, and probably the best place to see the landscape of the city.
This Flickr set takes a look at the city at night from around the mountain.
More Here
(via prostheticknowledge:) Seoul from Mt. Namsan by Robert Koehler
Mount Namsan is near the heart of Seoul, and probably the best place to see the landscape of the city.
This Flickr set takes a look at the city at night from around the mountain.
More Here
(via prostheticknowledge:)

Seoul from Mt. Namsan by Robert Koehler

Mount Namsan is near the heart of Seoul, and probably the best place to see the landscape of the city.

This Flickr set takes a look at the city at night from around the mountain.

More Here

(via prostheticknowledge:)