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Writer in Focus: Kim Hoon


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Rivers and Mountains Without End by Kim Hoon


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Images: Han Youngsoo


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Special Feature Modern Korean Poetry: Boundary, Dissension, Traversal


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Han Youngsoo

Han Youngsoo (1933–1999), born in Kaesŏng, currently part of North Korea, started his career as a photographer in 1958 by joining Sinsŏnhoe (The New Line Group), the first photographers’ forum in Korea. His photos of street scenes and everyday life captured the vivid reality of post-war Korea. He had numerous photo exhibitions and published several photography books, including Life (1987, Sint’aeyangsa), Seoul Modern Times (2014, Hansgraphic), Once Upon a Time (2015, Hansgraphic) and Time Flows in River (2017, Hansgraphic). His works became internationally recognized following a posthumous exhibition in 2017 at the International Center of Photography, New York. His works are in the collections of various museums, including the International Center of Photography, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Hungarian Museum of Photography, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea. Following his death in 1999, the Han Youngsoo Foundation was established to preserve his works and promote recognition of his accomplishments.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1944-6500
Print ISSN
1939-6120
Launched on MUSE
2020-05-20
Open Access
No
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