On the third day of Chuseok, Jankura Artspace held a special Chuseok themed life drawing session. Instead of having a ton of food on stage, our model wore¬†the dress part of a hanbok. This time I had misplaced my black pen, so I used only blue and red ball point pen with white, blue and... Continue Reading →

Chuseok is the Korean harvest festival. One of the most important aspects of this holiday is honoring of one's ancestors. The family will visit the family tomb. There they will clean the tomb and prepare a meal on a stone table. For some this is an offering to the ancestor's spirit to bring them luck,... Continue Reading →

A Chuseok Meal!

Well folks, it's that time of year again, the time for day-long feasting and relaxation. Now, many of you might not be familiar with Chuseok, much less the accompanying meal. A wonderfully over-simplified definition would be a Korean Thanksgiving. But I don't want to talk about what Chuseok is. I'm here to tell you about... Continue Reading →

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