The Beauty of Korea

[Ebook] ➮ The Beauty of Korea ➭ Sui Jai-Sik – Lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • The Beauty of Korea
  • Sui Jai-Sik
  • English
  • 02 January 2017
  • 9781565910744

About the Author: Sui Jai-Sik

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Beauty of Korea book, this is one of the most wanted Sui Jai-Sik author readers around the world.


The Beauty of KoreaKorea Is A Beautiful Country The Natural Environment Is Beautiful And So Are The People Who Work Hard And Make Their Lives Here The Traces Of The Ancestors Who Made This Land Their Home Such A Long Time Ago Have Not Disappeared The Link Remains Strong As Their Descendents Continue To Live On The Same Land Today Using One Common Language, Finding Pride And Dignity In The Continuation Of Their History And Culture The Beauty Of Korea Contains The Beauty Which Could Be Found Nowhere But In Korea Through The Marvelous Works Of Photographer Suh Jai Sik Who Has An Established Reputation By His Works For Korea S Only Multilingual Pictorial Magazine SEOUL.

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14 thoughts on “The Beauty of Korea

  1. Erica says:

    I purchased a copy of this book, and I m delighted with it The photography is vibrant and beautiful One can easily imagine stepping into the photographs and actually being in South Korea.The text is insightful Excellent book.

  2. Staci says:

    This is really a 2.5 star book The captions sometimes seem to be lacking an English word here and there, as if the writer was not a native English speaker it doesn t affect the understanding of the sentences too much but it can be a bit surprising and off putting Also, at times the captions for photos are also verbatim repeating what the short chapter had already said Further, the author seems to assume the reader has at least some knowledge of Korea which is a bit odd considering that the style of the book seems a sort of Introduction to Korea picture book For example, the first chapter is about Seoul and the second is about Kyongju and Puyo the book was published in 1997, before the Korean government switched to the new Romanization system in 2000, so the words are often spelled differently than you would commonly see them spelled today both Seoul and Kyongju have a Mt Nam but the author doesn t point out that there are two, rather he just talks about them as if the reader was familiar with them so it s easy to get confused and think...

  3. Neel Tullu says:

    Such a good book in general Getting my hands on this picture book was the perfect end to my reading slump A must read