Pyongyang marks the 4th of July with the 49th anniversary of the ‘July 4th North–South Korea Joint Statement’. It was an agreement signed by Northern and Southern Koreas for the first time since the Korean Peninsular division and represented the initial steps towards Korean reunification.
Zoom-able, high-resolution panoramic photo of the Kaesong border town, situated 4 km away from Ganghwa-gun (강화군) in South Korea.
The Kaesong Industrial Area panorama was captured while facing the North-West direction at the Dora Observatory (도라전망대) in South Korea
The Taedonggang Diplomatic Club was built in 1972 to host the meetings between North and South Korea. However, these activities slowed to a halt and the building was converted into a recreational facility for all foreigners, not just diplomats. Tourists, business people, diplomatic staff and even the occasional foreign students are welcomed to come and […]
I’m thankful to have been invited to speak at Hongik University’s (홍익대학교) design class graduation exhibition and share my opinions and experiences regarding North Korea.
I’m very thankful to my host Emu Artspace and the good people of South Korea for warmly welcoming me to exhibit my works and share my experiences in Seoul.
My friends over at KT Corporation put together a VR experience to showcase Korea and included my @dprk360 materials of North Korea as part of the overall unified experience.
On February 3rd, 2016, I was slapped with a “Copyright Infringement” notice claiming that I had infringed on a song ‘Prologue’ by SM Entertainment, South Korea’s largest K-pop media group that owns some of the biggest names in K-pop (e.g. Girls Generation, EXO and Super Junior). Their claim was that the ‘Clarion Conspiracy’ audio track that I used was copyrighted to them.