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SUNRISE AND MOONRISE, BETWEEN SURF AND HISTORICAL SITES – South Korea: Beomeosa, Songjeong-dong, Busan.

Take you time. There are no short cuts to any place worth going. After the Manchu invasion of 1636, the fragility of Korea’s defenses were apparent to all. Geumjeongsan Fortressm built in 1703 to protect this area near the coast, have walls by natural stones: about 17 kilometers long and between 1.5 to 3 meters in height. Many people believe …

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THE MOST POPULAR 2017 IDOL, AMONG SOUTH KOREANS – Iu, rising popularity and acting debut.

Living first starring roles, into modern times. From Korean eateries to chic bistros serving up European cuisine, its food scene has dramatically evolved in recent years. Today there is a restaurant to satisfy just about every craving. Located near Songjeong Beach, Songjeong Jip https://www.mangoplate.com/en/restaurants/MJAX7UZc466T is a Korean restaurant that places an emphasis on fresh, homemade dishes. The menu features kalguksu …

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LYRICAL INTERTWINING OF SOLITUDE – Noh Cheonmyeong, an early-modern South Korean Poet.

Expanding upon the themes melancholy, solitude and love. It is a city in North Korea, only 8 km from the DMZ with South Korea. Kaesong featuring one of the best-preserved “old towns” in the country. The citadel used to have seven gates, but only Nam Gate is left. Here you can also visit Panmunjeom, village divided between two Koreas, the …

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MINIMAL FORMS AND GEOMETRIC ABSTRACTIONS – Hang-Ryul Park: Becoming famous for a portrait drawn in profile, with a bird and flowers.

When you put features of humans in your paintings. This location is also famous for pine forests, beautiful fall foliage and splendid snowscapes. Here, Common Herons build nests in tall trees, and breed from April through July. In ancient times, it was famous for its three mountains and two rivers. Gimcheon is a city in North Gyeongsang Province (South Korea). …

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WESTERN PRECEPTS AND BASICS OF PLEN-AIR PAINTING – Kuroda Seiki

Western-style movement in early 20th-century Japanese painting. In Japan, when the father of modern Western-style painting died in 1924, he bequeathed a portion of his estate, for the furtherment of art. In 1928, with this bequest was formed the Kuroda Memorial Hall. In recognition of his artistic achievements, exhibits of Oil paintings, sketches and similar works donated by his family …

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A FROG IN A WELL, NEVER KNOWS THE VAST OCEAN – Utada Hikaru, Kuroda Seiki and Naoshi Koriyama: creative Japan eggs in a travel basket.

Fighting loneliness, between coral walls, to discover Japanese creativity. In each village, a distinct identity still manages to mix in with standard Japanese. It takes about 4 to 5 hours to reach Kikajima http://kic-update.com/en/travel/kikaijima/ you can take a flight from Haneda Airport to Kagoshima, and then transfer onto a local plane to Kikai Airport. About 1,300 kilometers from Tokyo, in …

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LIFE ON A CORAL ISLAND – Journeys in Japan / Kikaijima

While lose you, means to gain diversity. If you have been dreaming of traveling to Japan this pictures you offer information, before your trip to the “land of the rising sun”, a place where ancient traditions are fused with modern life. Japan is truly timeless, as if it were the most natural thing in the world. The property of the …

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FEMALE FORAY, INTO INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL MARKET – Utada Hikaru / The most influential artist of this time.

When ten of albums have become chart-toppers. Great concept for music lovers and excellent bar? The cocktails are great and you can pick any vinyl from the massive collection. Great music, local and relaxed, very cool place, nice and friendly staff. In Tokyo, SPINCOASTER MUSIC BAR https://bar.spincoaster.com/ it is a good place to have some drinks and hang out.The bar …

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A LOAF OF POETRY – Naoshi Koriyama / From opposite sides of the globe, nurturing a lifelong friendship.

Growing a shy, lonely person, being so far away from home. A native of the subtropical Amami Islands, between mainland Japan and Taiwan. In 2011, he published his first volume entirely in Japanese. His interest in poetry came from using it as a tool to combat his feelings of loneliness. Member Poetry Society Japan, Japanese English language educator and poet, …

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WHERE PEOPLE PRESERVE, NEVER DESTROY – Travel New South Wales: the more you know, the less you need (Australian Aboriginal saying).

Where spirituality is an oneness with all that lives and breathes, does not live or breathe. Created with the intention of producing a farm providing a means for the local community to live self sustainably. The station, founded in June 1888, it is ituated in Yorta Yorta country, on the Murray River (New South Wales, near the Victorian town of …

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