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Like the Versailles Palace in France and Buckingham Palace in England, Korea also has one of the representative palaces of Korea, Gyeongbokgung Palace in the center of Seoul. Gyeongbokgung was constructed in 1395 during the Joseon Dynasty to be served as Joseon Dynasty’s main palace. It was once destroyed by fire during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592 and reconstructed in 1867 by the Prince Regent at that time. After reconstruction, it survived through Japanese occupation and the Korean War, and it is now open to the public after many restorations.
Olimpia Zagnoli is an Italian illustrator born in 1984 and she is active in many fields. She is engaged in various works from design to kinetic art, ceramics, neon signs, and media art. Soft lines and color like a chameleon characterize her works, which evokes positive energy and pleasant imagination in spectators. In collaboration with Innisfree, a Korean cosmetics brand, cosmetic cases were launched with illustrations of her in 2017. Moreover, she collaborated with global brands such as Prada, Dior, Fendi, Max Mara, and Mandarina Duck.
The excitement of the World Cup that heated up South Korea in December 2022 has now spread to the K League. At the end of the 13th round, the 2023 K League 1 season has maintained an average attendance of 10,158 spectators per match, over the dream milestone of 10,000 spectators. This football boom continues in Cheongju, where CBNU is located. Chungbuk Cheongju FC, a newly joined team in K League 2 this season, is the one carrying on this heat.
Near Buk-han Mountain in Seoul, there is a “Modern History Memorial Hall,” where people can sense the footsteps of their ancestors to protect the country’s freedom from the ruling class and foreign influences, and the April 19th National Cemetery, where the victims of the April 19 Revolution are buried. These heroes paid the ultimate price to protect the Korean democracy from the dictatorship of the “Lee Seung-man regime.” A CBT reporter visited the Modern History Memorial Hall and the April 19th National Cemetery in Seoul, to see records and exhibitions of an historical event in the past. Through this article, let’s explore the valiant efforts of our ancestors to protect the Republic of Korea.
Have readers heard about “mummy?” Mummy means a human or animal body that has been preserved to its original form through several procedures. Readers can check CT scans images to confirm that there is a mummy in a coffin at EGYPT, LAND OF DISCOVERIES. This exhibition is on view at the Seoul Calligraphy Museum, the Seoul Arts Center on the end of March. Readers can know about ancient Egyptians’ cultures, languages seeing relics so get an opportunity to experience their lives.
Currently, a very special exhibition is being held at the National Museum of Korea. It is titled ‘Six Centuries of Beauty in the Habsburg Empire,’ which is being held in cooperation with the Vienna Museum of Art History to commemorate the 130th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Austria. The Habsburgs, known as the most prestigious family in Europe, starting with Rudolph I, who was elected Holy Roman Emperor.
Korean aspirations for freedom, peace, and prosperity which came to the Korean Peninsula with the 8.15 liberation of Korea, soon became an unattainable dream due to different ideologies and the trusteeship of western powers. During the 6·25 War in Korea (1950-53), both Koreas signed an armistice agreement at Panmunjom, signaling the official start of the division. However, the two Koreas are moving forward towards peace on the Korean Peninsula through steady exchanges and diplomatic dialogue at Panmunjom. In this article, a CBT reporter visited Panmunjom, a place of dialogue, peace, and hope.
Until a few years ago, people did not imagine that they would easily communicate with others and create something through a virtual space called Metaverse. Also if they dared to imagine it, they couldn’t have certainty that it would ever be practically possible. However, now, this phenomenon that people considered to be impossible is unfolding before my very eyes. What will the world face in industry and society that develops and changes in an unpredictable direction in the future? At the Design Museum in Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Zaha Hadid Architects shows their unique works and visions.
There is a saying “If you want to keep your brain clever, protect your five senses.” The five senses are sight, hearing, smell, touch, and taste. Human brains are developed through these five senses, which come from the outside of the body. Among the five senses, the sense of smell is said to be the most primitive sense. Also, the first sense that a baby develops is the sense of smell, and a good scent makes people stable, does the body relieve tension, and does the brain active more.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Naions (FAO)’s , most of the terrestrial animal and plant species known to humans, including humans, inhabit 31% of the land area which is forest. In the middle of the climate crisis, forest fires, floods, and landslides are increasing in frequency due to the increase in abnormal climate phenomena, and the negative cycle of forest area reduction is perpetuated.
Has anybody ever seen “WAVE” on a large COEX electronic display? Media art, which seems to have actual waves moving on a large screen in the middle of Seoul, even prevents passers-by from taking their eyes off the screen. This not only surprised domestic spectators but also viewers from all over the world. In addition, based on this technology, the Arte Museum, a permanent exhibition hall for immersive media art, was created in Jeju Island. Visitors can experience immersive content in the space itself without additional equipment such as VR and AR.
On October 1st, CBT reporters visited the Cheongju National Museum of Contemporary Art located in Naedeok-dong. It was opened in Cheongju in December 2018 as the fourth contemporary art museum after Gwacheon, Deoksugung Palace and Seoul. The museum, which used to be a tobacco factory, was rebuilt to preserve history, symbolism and to harmonize with the surrounding landscape by maintaining existing forms such as chimneys.
‘Daejeon Shinsegae Department Store,’ which officially opened on August 27th, and it offers a variety of the usual stores buying and selling goods. Even though, there are other specialized facilities the most special being an aquarium. The place, which had been thoroughly promoted through SNS, was opened to people by pre-invitation, and the official opening was originally August 27th, the same day as the department store. However, it was postponed a couple of times in consideration of the COVID-19 situation. Therefore, the final official opening was on September 10th. A CBT reporter, who visited the facility located on the first basement floor of Shinsegae Art & Science in Daejeon, will introduce some of the prominent features as well as an interview with Oh Chae-eun, a member of the management team.
The COVID-19 epidemic has significantly reduced the frequency of people going out and experiencing outside places. Also, people sometimes feel that they are tired and bored because they spend most of their day indoors like house or office. Therefore, CBT reporters visited Mungyeong Saejae Provincial Park located in Gyeongsangbuk-do, to experience history and nature. This place was designated as a Gyeongsangbuk-do Provincial Park on June 4, 1981. On the way from Gateway 1 to Gateway 3, there are various experience facilities, such as an open set place, a representative filming location for historical dramas and many museums.
This article was penned for busy modern people. Due to busy schedules and the COVID-19 pandemic, modern people spend more time indoors. While staying indoors, people often feel depressed and frustrated. Therefore, CBT reporters recommend visiting ‘Mt. Seorak’, which has just turned lush and green to mark early summer. Of course, visitors should follow quarantine guidelines, wearing masks, and social distancing. In this article we will introduce the four courses of Mt. Seorak. We booked a guesthouse nearby Mt. Seorak and visited Move-rock and Gwongeumseong Course on the first day, and Biseondae Rock and Geumganggul on the second day.
This article was penned for people who feel burdened because of COVID-19. Therefore, CBT reporters recommends visiting a museum as a good example of a place where you can explore with little contact with other people. At the same time, CBNU students can have an interesting and uplifting experience to their taste. Or, it would be great to visit interesting museums in other cities with the object of exploring Korean history. If CBNU students do decide to venture out to local museum or explore museums in other cities, always be safe by wearing a mask, washing your hands, and maintaining social distancing.
These days, people can’t go traveling, and therefore most of them are staying at home. As people spend so much time at home, they feel lethargic and depressed. CBT reporters, concerned about how these people can regain their vitality, set out to find various activities to recommend to them. In addition, as a result, The CBT reporters concluded that the most useful activity is indoor rock climbing. Therefore, the CBT reporters set out to have a firsthand experience of this activity.
As you may know, there are three well known promenades in Korea: Gyeongridan-gil in Seoul, Hwangridan-gil in Gyeongju, and Unridan-gil in Cheongju. Today we are going to focus on the latter. Unridan is a promenade connecting the Cheongju Museum of Ancient Printing to the Community Service Center via Heungdeok Elementary School. It is a cultural street where you may find a variety of workshops that have been preserved for a long time and cute shops with a modern feeling. Recently, young merchants have gathered to create various attractions, and therefore it has emerged as a popular place on social media. CBT reporters made a tour of this place.
Daytime is getting shorter and the weather is getting cooler than before. Summer has passed and autumn has come. There are many mountain climbers out to see the fall foliage. In the November addition, therefore, CBT reporters are going to introduce Namsan which is the best place to go in the fall. Namsan is one of the most famous tourism areas in Korea. Unlike other mountains, you should climb the stairs to get to the top of Namsan Mountain where you can have a delicious meal and enjoy things.
At this time, Koreans are undergoing an uncomfortable and stuffy daily routine that is very different from what they were used to in the past. People can’t move freely, and there are severe limitations on where they may travel. Therefore in the September addition, CBT reporters are going to introduce restaurants that are only found in Jeju Island. CBT reporters hope you get vicarious satisfaction when you read this article. CBT reporters experienced local food and learned about the past and present of Jeju Island.
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