Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Korean Artist Kang In - joo Exposition, Galerie Anne-Marie FRANCE

                  Kang , In Joo Exposition
                 20011. 7. 1ven ▶7.5 MAR
                 Galerie Anne-Marie , DIJON ,FRANCE

ll exprime sa vie á travers les lignes peintes su la toile.

au couteau. ll veut partager son histoire,

Ses oeuvers représentent sa philosophie qui s'exprime

par l'aspect convival de la vie.

Nous ressentons l'emotion et l'empathie de l'artiste,

ll semble dire avec son coeur ce qu'est notre vie.

Artist Kang , In joo

Diplômé de l'université de Hong-ik en Corée du sud

(Majeur en peinture occidentale )

Nombreuses Expositions á Séoul et á Busan en Corée du sud

Expositions en Mongoli (2009), en chine (2009) et en italie (2007)

1993 Grand prix international Art Creative Exhibition

1992 prix "peace-Art"

657-11 Samjungdong Gimhae ,Gyeongnam ,Corée du Sud

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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Cafe-lined streets at Gwangalli Beach in Busan city

You haven’t experienced a summer in Busan until you grab a meal or a cold drink at an outdoor cafe.
The youth melting pot of Gwangalli Beach turns into a mecca of cafes in the summer.

The Suyeong District designated an 800-meter section of seashore road as a “no car” area every Satur-day and Sunday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., in large part so restaurants in the area can offer outdoor seating.

After swimming and tanning on the beach in the afternoon, head this way at night to enjoy beer, tea, ice cream and snacks at the cafes. And don’t forget about the amazing sight of Diamond Bridge, which is even more impressive lit up at night.

The outdoor cafes lined up along the shore feature parasols, tables and chairs.
There are also various cultural performances, further adding to the area’s allure.

Performances include jazz, saxophone, and Korean traditional dance. They start at 7 p.m. at Gwangalli’s outdoor performance hall and six other smaller performance halls including Park Hotel, Guess Who and Terrace G.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Stroll along the footpaths and feel the real Busan

Stroll along the footpaths and feel the real Busan
A walk through Busan’s  scenery

In Korea, spring is a great season to go for a walk. All of Busan is ablaze in flowers, and a beautiful spring scent permeates the air.

Within Busan, Galmaet-gil footpaths are especially famous spots for its spring ambience and are perfect for a scenic stroll. Comprising 21 courses, Galmaet-gil is the collective name for the footpaths connecting Busan’s most beautiful shores, forests and parts of the city.

The word Galmaet-gil is a hybrid of galmaegi or seagull, the representative bird of Busan, and gil, which means road. When combined, the word Galmaet-gil means “blue city” or a city you’d like to walk in, which is just the kind of place Busan is looking to become. Here is introduction to the best Galmaet-gil footpaths in Busan.

Haeundae Three Fishing Villages Walk  ( 8.4 kilometers, 3 hours )
Mipo, Cheongsapo and Gudeokpo are collectively known as the Haeundae sampo (meaning “three harbors”). The Three Fishing Villages Walk (Sampogil) takes you along the shore of those three harbors, following a trip around Dongbaek Island, the setting for the legend of Choi Chi-won.

After passing by Dongbaek Island, Haeundae Beach and the Donghae-Nambu line, the walk continues through the entrance of Dalmaji Road. After passing by the Moontan Road parking lot and walking for another 500 meters, on the right hand side you will see Haeundae Beach, Dongbaek Island and even Gwangan Bridge in a single glance. In front of the Korea Art Center stands a sign marking the entrance of Moontan Road, a 2.2 kilometer course taking in Mipo, a pavilion, an observatory and Eulmadang. The straight course from the forked lane of the trail leads to the Cheongsapo trail, and walking for another kilometer will take you all the way to the rock observatory.

From here, you can see not just Songjeong Beach, but right up to the front of Yonggungsa Temple. Keep going through the underpass at the Nambu Railway and you’ll come to Gudeokpo, from where the road leads directly to Songjeong Beach.

▷ How to get there: To get to the entrance of Dongbaek Island take metro line No. 2 to Dongbaek Station or bus No. 31 or 139. If you prefer to start from Gudeokpo, take bus No. 100, 100-1, 139, 1003 or 1006.

Gwangalli~Igidae~Jaseongdaegil ( 23.1kilometers, 8 hours )

This course starts from Gwangalli Beach, passes by Igidae and ends at Jaseongdae. It will take you past the city from Gwangalli Beach to Namcheon-dong, and from Yongho-dong onward, the course follows the shore. From the Igidae seaside pedestrian walk you can enjoy views of Gwangan Bridge, Dongbaek Island and Haeundae. From Seungdumal, you can see the Oryuk Islets, and from Sinseondae you can see up to Bukhang (North Port), Jodo and even Yeongdo. The course then passes by UN Memorial Cemetery, Pusan University of Foreign Studies, Seongji High School and finally Jaseongdae, which takes you on a road back to downtown through Jang Pass and Munhyun Rotary.

▷ How to get there: To get to the starting point on Gwangalli Beach, take metro line No. 2 to Gwangan Station and walk or take bus No. 41 or 83. The end of the trail, Jaseongdae, is near Beomil Station on line No. 1 and there are numerous buses.

Suyeong River~Oncheoncheon Street ( 15.5 kilometers, 4 hours )
The Suyeong River Oncheoncheon Street course starts from the Dongdae Bridge at Hoedong-dong. The course begins on a neat and clean road before passing through the wonderfully clean air of the citizens’ park under Dongcheon Bridge. Cross Sewol Bridge, go through the underpass, and in front of the Centum City Shinsegae Department Store you’ll come to the APEC Naru Park, a riverside park created to celebrate the APEC Summit Talks in 2005.

Cross Suyeong Bridge No.1 over the Suyeong River and walk downstream toward Wondong Bridge. From the bridge you will walk toward the Oncheoncheon pedestrian walk, which continues all the way to Dusil Station. Since the course passes by Busan National University of Education Station, Dongnae Station and Myeongnyun Station, you can hop on the metro at various spots along the way.

▷ How to get there: To walk the Suyeong River Oncheoncheon Street, it is best to start from Hoedong-dong. Bus No. 42, 99 or 179 will take you to the last stop of Geumjeong District Hoedong-dong. You can also easily get to Oncheoncheon from Busan National University of Education Station or Dongnae Station on metro line No. 1.

Friday, June 17, 2011

Suncheon Bay Ecological Park of South korea.

At Suncheon Bay, a traveler might feel overwhelmed and dwarfed by the magnificence of nature. Created over thousands of years, Suncheon Bay in South Jeolla Province boasts endless tidelands and massive reed fields where rare birds and plants find homes.

In 2006 it became the first coastal estuary in Korea to be put on the Ramsar List, an international convention for wetland protection, and is globally recognized for its good ecological preservation.

                                 Suncheon Bay from the Yongsan Observatory. 

Before visiting the bay, you should check out Suncheon Bay Ecological Park at the mouth of the bay where you can briefly study about migratory birds, the bay’s ecology and wetland plants through various exhibits and visual aids.

After crossing the Mujin Bridge, you can start exploring the reed field from wooden decks. When the tide ebbs, you can see little crabs busily moving here and there on the mud flat.

To take in a panoramic view of the reed field, you should climb up to the Yongsan Observatory, which is about 1 kilometer away from the end of the reed field.

Yongsan, or Mount Yong, is a small mountain covered with pine trees and bamboo. At the observatory, you will see many photographers waiting to take a picture of Suncheon Bay’s S-shaped stream glimmering in the sunset.

Another way to look around the reed field is to take a “reed train” which runs back and forth on the road between the reed field and the swamp park.

Recently, a walking trail has been established along the Suncheon Bay. The 16-kilometer Suncheon Bay Reed Road, one of the 11 walking courses around the Suncheon coast, starts from Waon Village and ends at the mouth of the bay via Yongsan Observatory.

Another recommended site is Suncheon Drama Film Set, a 20-minute drive from Suncheon Bay. Popular TV dramas including “Love & Ambition” and “East of Eden” were filmed here. The set showcases old Seoul streets from the 1970s and 1980s. You will be able to see more than 200 residential houses and commercial buildings. The streets of Suncheon and a coal-mining town in the 1960s have been recreated as well. A city tour bus, running from Suncheon Station at 9:50 a.m., will show you around Suncheon Bay, the film set, Naganeupseong Folk Village, Songgwang Temple and Seonam Temple. The tour bus is very popular so you need to make reservations.

The Naganeupseong Folk Village shows well preserved thatch-roofed houses of the Joseon Dynasty. More than 100 households live there, living a traditional Korean lifestyle. 
How to get there:( For more information, call (+82 -61- 749-3107.)

― By car: Take the Honam Expressway and head to Seosuncheon IC. Follow the direction of Suncheon City Hall, Suncheon Bay and make left in the direction of Boseong, Beolgyo and take the No.21 national road. Make another left to Suncheon Bay.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Recommended Travel in Daegu History & rainbow of diversity.

Daegu is a metropolitan city in Gyeongsangbuk-do Province (southeastern part of Korea) close to the cities of Gyeongju and Andong. Nestled into a valley with mountains on practically every side, Daegu was once notorious for its sultry summer weather. In an effort to rectify this naturally sticky situation, the city government planted numerous trees along the city streets, improved the river flow, and built parks and fountains throughout the area. Though still rather muggy in the summer, Daegu has the image of being a clean and environmentally-friendly city.

Though not as widely publicized as the capital city to the north, Daegu is a big city with a large population. With the exception of beaches, the city offers practically everything you could ever want in a Korean travel destination—mountains, temples, historical sites, and a beautiful natural landscape. The city has an advanced textile and fashion industry and is known for its medical tourism and Oriental medicine. Daegu's advanced textile and fashion industry has made the city a forerunner in fashion and its downtown commercial districts is filled with young fashionistas strutting their stuff and showing off in the latest fashion ensembles. The city is so well known for its fashion forward thinking that it is the first place fashion designers go to gauge consumer reactions to new styles and products.

Walking along the unique streets and alleyways of Daegu is an adventure in and of itself. Cultural relics are tucked between modern buildings and there’s plenty to see and do. The modern culture tour that traces the city’s last hundred years of history draws a large number of visitors every day.

Daegu offers so many attractions that it cannot be defined by one color or flavor. So if you’re looking for a smorgasbord of sightseeing, head to Daegu for a rainbow of diversity.

* During the 2011 ‘Visit Daegu Year,’ the IAAF World Championships will be held at the Daegu Stadium from August 27 to September 4, 2011.

Major Tourist Attractions
Daegu simultaneously offers a big city experience and a calming, mountainous vibe. This sometimes odd combination of nature and modernization means that there’s plenty to do. Whether you head to the mountains for a hike, tour the temples or historical sites, or simply wander the popular streets or traditional markets, you’ll never run out of things to do.

Donghwasa Temple
Built in 493 at the foot of Mount Palgongsan, Donghwasa Temple was named after the paulownia that blossom in the wintertime (‘donghwasa’ literally means ‘temple of blooming paulownia’). Once inside the temple, you’ll find Daeungjeon and Geungnakjeon (ancient buildings which are designated provincial cultural assets), Maaebuljwasang (the rock-relief seated Buddha), the three-story stone pagoda, and the Dangganjiju stone pillars. The 33 meter-high Tongil-daebul Buddha Statue was built in 1992 as a symbol of hope for reunification and is a landmark of Donghwasa Temple.

Palgongsan Mountain
Surrounding the northern part of Daegu like traditional folding screen, Palgongsan Mountain (1,192 meters at its highest point) is abundant with unique rock formations and carpeted with lush foliage. Its valleys run with clean, clear waters and the mountain as a whole provides visitors with perfect hiking conditions. Running east to west, Palgongsan is the center of Buddhist culture in the region with 50 or so temples and hermitages like Donghwasa, Pagyesa, and Buinsa. Numerous Buddhist statues and pagodas are scattered throughout its valleys. The mountain divulges a new kind of beauty during each of the four seasons and is full of attractions, making it a popular getaway for locals and tourists throughout the year.

Gatbawi’ is a statue of Buddha that sits against a rocky cliff of Gwanbong Peak that rises 850m above the sea level. The name ‘Gatbawi’ comes from the fact that the Buddha has a flat rock (‘bawi’) on its head that looks like a Korean traditional hat (called a ‘gat’). The statue, designated Treasure No. 431, is one of the most sophisticated Buddha statues of the 9th Century. Legend has it that the statue grants honest prayers, so every year at sunrise on New Year’s Day people flock to the Buddha statue to make a wish for the new year and see the rising sun.

Yangnyeongsi Oriental Medicine Cultural Center

Yangnyeongsi has been known for its quality oriental medicinal herbs for the past 400 years, ever since the Joseon Era. In its heyday, the market was so prosperous that its fame spread to the far reaches of Japan and China. The Yangnyeongsi Oriental Medicine Cultural Center displays the history of Yangnyeongsi, the origin of the ‘yakjeon streets,’ (loosely translated ‘pharmacy streets’), and Oriental medicinal herbs. At the center, visitors can take part in a hands-on program to get an Oriental health check-up or take a break with an oriental foot bath.

Bangjja Yugi (Korean Bronzeware) Museum

The Bangjja Yugi Museum is the first museum in the world to be dedicated to Korean bronzeware (known as ‘bangjja yugi’). This elegant metal tableware is composed of copper and tin and, according to traditional production methods, is heated, hammered, and shaped by several craftsmen working as a team. The museum features 1,500 or so bronze items (musical instruments, containers, and housewares)—all of which are made using traditional processing and manufacturing methods. Also housed at the museum are a store and a reproduction of a traditional bronze workshop.

         Address: Daegu-si Dong-gu Dohak-dong 399 ,For more info: +82-53-606-6171~4

Museum of Natural Dye Arts

Located near Mount Palgongsan, the Museum of Natural Dye Arts has on display naturally dyed artwork, utensils, folk materials, and antique artwork. Groups of 10 or more (with reservations) are invited to try naturally dyeing handkerchiefs, T-shirts, scarves, or hanji papers. Fees vary depending on which article your group decides to dye.  For more info: +82-53-981-4330, +82-10-3813-3040 (Korean, English)

Daegu Safety Theme Park
Amidst the natural beauties and historic treasures, visitors to Daegu will be surprised to find a few very quirky sites, such as the Daegu Safety Theme Park. This hands-on theme park combines safety education with real-life simulations of natural disasters such as fires, earthquakes, and subway accidents. A visit to any of the ‘galleries’ in this very special museum (Life Safety Gallery, Subway Safety Gallery, and Earthquake Safety Gallery) will leave you feeling anything but bored.

The program takes about two hours and includes an orientation on safety and how to survive each natural disaster. Participation in hands-on programs is free, but visitors are asked to make reservations in advance.

Food Let's Take a Tasty Trip in Taean county

      Streamed Crab. Crab Stew

     Taean crab has a thick shell and a better taste than the crab from other regions.  
     Steamed crab melts in your mouth and is loved by people of all ages.
     Crabs are generally caught between March and the end of june and between 
     September and December. Breeding season is between May and September.

     About a million eggs are laid at once. Crabs are high in protein and low in calories. 
    They are high in amino acids and also have high concentrations of calcium and 
     Vitamin D. Crab meat ha taurin, which reduces cholesterol. It helps maintain blood
     pressure, and it can also help prevent bad eyesight.

A specialty found only in Taean Milguk Nakji

 Squash pulp and small octopus soup is a specialty only found in Taean. Milguk Nakjitang is made with small octopus (sebalnakji) caught in June and July.

 It is the best of the small octopus soups.
 The small octopus is cooked whole with squash pulp added to give it a savory taste. The cooked octopus is taken out and milguk is added to the broth, giving it a unique taste.

        *Because “sebal-“ in sebalnakji means three legs, you might think it
         only as three legs, but it is called so for being thin, not for having three legs

Friday, June 10, 2011

Gyeongju tells 1,000-year history of Silla Kingdom

Gyeongju in North Gyeongsang Province was the center of politics, economy and culture in the ancient Silla Kingdom (B.C. 57-A.D. 935) for 992 years. The Wolseong Palace, the seat of Silla, was also called Banwolseong Palace, as the palace was shaped in banwol, or a crescent.

                        Cheomseong Observatory( Cheomseongdae in Gyeongju )

Around the Wolseong district, the most eye-catching relic is Cheomseongdae, or Cheomseong Observatory, the oldest astronomical observatory in Asia. In keeping with the 361 days a year found in the lunar calendar, the observatory was built with 361 stones. The 28 stairs point to the number of the zodiac, 28, and the upper 12 stairs from the window and the 12 stairs below the window represent the 24 divisions of the year under the lunar calendar.

On the way from Cheomseong Observatory to the Wolseong Palace, you will find Gyerim Wood, the sacred spot filled with ancient trees. It is known for the tale that Kim Al-ji, the founder of the Kim clan of Silla, was born in the woods.

If you go up to the Wolseong Palace, there will be Seokbinggo, an icehouse where ancient Koreans used to store ice.

                             Anapji in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province

Across from the Wolseong area sits Anapji, or Anap Pond, where upper-class Silla people used to frequent. Constructed by order of King Munmu in 674, the pond is an oval shape.

Namsan, or South Mountain, has been the center of Buddhist culture. Although a millennium has passed, there are still 121 temple sites, 87 Buddha statues and 71 stone pagodas.

                                                  Three stories stone pagoda.

The most essential tour course is Samneunggol Valley, where Buddhist relics are spread from the entrance to the top. Baeri Samjonbul, the three Buddhist statues, are known for their gentle smiles. Hiking up the mountain along with the thick pine trees gives brings the pleasure of silence and peace.

Past the pine tree forest, you will first meet Seokjo Yeorae Jwasang, or stone seated Buddha, without a head. Then, another Buddha called Maae Gwaneumbosal engraved on a stone wall will appear. A round face with red-tinted lips looks unusual. After climbing up to the top, you will find the 5-meter tall Buddha, the largest one in Samneunggol Valley.

                                         Bulguksa Temple

The Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto were registered as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 1995. In 2000, five districts in downtown Gyeongju were designated as World Cultural Heritage under the name, “Gyeongju Historical Areas.” For more information, call  +82-054- 779-6077.

How to get there:
                - By train: Take the KTX from Seoul Station to Sin Gyeongju Station.
                                 It will take about 2 hours and 10 minutes.
               - By bus: Take the bus from Gangnam Express Bus Terminal to Gyeongju.
                                It will take about 4 hours.
               - By car: Take the Gyeongbu Express Way and come out at Gyeongju IC.
                              Head for Oreung intersection and follow the sign,
                              Wolseong Historical Site District.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Kkotji seashore and kkotdari bridge in Anmyeondo of Chungnam korea

This beach is located on Kkotji seashore 4gu Seungeon-ri where is about 4km away from the seat of a Seungeon-ri Anmyeon-eup office in the south west, the length of shoreline is about 5km long which is second to Sambong swimming beach.

The sands of Anmyeondo beach are all silica which is the raw material used to make glass, so Kkotji beach is also composed of silica sands and the sea and mountain are all mineral resources.

Because the difference between the rise and fall of the tide is wide but the slope is gentle, it is safe to swim and the water is clean with suitable temperature, you can enjoy see-bathing to late summer.

There is Bangpo Port, you can try fresh sashimi and Grandmother Rock and Grandfather Rock are standing and seeing Kkotji swimming beach with a sad legend like a chief of gatekeepers at this beach. Since Kkotji beach has wide seashore and port, it is excellent for not only sea-bathing in summer but also silent sea walk course in autumn and winter.

Dolmen is called 'Goindol' in Korean [Geochang dolmen]

       A dolmen refers to a certain kind of tombs in the Prehistoric age.
       Sometimes it is called 'Goindol' in Korean.

     These dolmens stand on the hill within the radius of 1.8Kms of Maesan-village,   
        Jungnim-ri, Asan-myeon, Gochang-eup, Jeollabuk-do, south korea

Till now total 442 dolmens have been found.
They are believed to be the tombs of the family members of tribe chiefs who ruled this region from 400 B.C. to 100 B.C. or from the late Bronze Age to the early Iron Age.

It is estimated that the people in the Bronze Age settled here, composing a tribal community, mainly because the low hills on this region were very suitable for farming.

We can find here nearly all kinds of the prehistoric tombs native to Korea, including the check-board-shaped Southern style, the table-shaped Northern style and the Gaeseok style dolmen which consists of only one big ceiling stone.

So this site is very important for the research on the history of dolmen in the Korean Peninsular. These remains are also regarded as a priceless source for the research on the Korean ancient history, with the mountain fortress walls in the Baekje Dynasty, the old tombs in the Baekje Dynasty and the old graves in the Goryeo Dynasty in the same region. Especially, the Northern style dolmens around Sanggap-ri, Asan-myeon have the unique academic value as the Southernmost remains of the Northern style dolmens.


Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Cheolipo Arboretum in Taean county of south korea

     This arboretum is operated through a personal fund   
     established by Min Byeonggal (originally Carl Ferris 
       Miller, he became Korean citizen in 1979).

    7,000 species gathered from 60 countries are 
     displayed  here. The place is even more famous overseas.

Since Cheollipo Arboretum is run for academic purposes, it is only open
to those with educational and research intentions.

Only members are allowed, so if you're not a member, call and inquire...

Geography 0f Taean county

It is located 181km north-west of Daejeon, the capital city of Chungcheongnam-do,
and 174km south-west of Seoul, the capital city of Korea.

The eastern end is at 126º26' where Inpyeong-ri, Taean-eup is located,
whereas the western end is at 126º25' where Gyeokryeolbiyeoldo of Sinjindo-ri,
Geunheung-myeon, is located.

The northern end is at north lattitude 36º58' where Nae-ri, Iwon-myeon is located,
whereas the southern end is at 36º23' where Gonam-ri, Gonam-myeon is located.
Taean-gun is a peninsula surrounded by the sea except on its eastern side.
It has a coast national park, which is unique in Korea.

The coastal length is 530.8km, where every corner of the coasts boast of exclusively unique scenery with more than 120 small and big islands scattered all over the area.
The land areas feature low-mountain hills, where many parts of the mountain have been cultivated  as rice or other crop fields. The rias have severely curved places
where reclaimed lands are well developed.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Mallipo Beach in Taean county of chungnam province korea

The whistle can be heard while one is dreaming.
 The sea gulls are singing at Mallipo. My love ~~’These are the lyrics from Mallipo Love, a song sung by Park Gyeongwon.

The younger generation these days does not know the song, but it was once very popular. The background of this song is Mallipo Beach, the largest beach of Taean. At the end of the shops, there is a monument honoring Mallipo Love that inspires people to hum the song.

 Mallipo Beach opened in 1955.
It is the most people to hum the song. Mallipo Beach opened in 1955. It is the most well known of the beaches in Taean-gun. Thick pine woods, silver sandy beaches shallow water… It reminds you of the clean beaches on the east coast. Dig up a little sand, and water seeps out. With so much water, you can see sweet briers at Mallipo. The bottom is not steep, and the water temperature is high, making it a great beach

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Life's stories carved by a knife [Artist InJoo,kang ]

His name is In Joo Kang . Born in Sacheon city kyungnam province of south korea.
Graduate from Hong-ik university in incheon city ( Major in western paintings).

He is an artist, but he isn't interested in painting stills. He wants to reflect the qualitg and the meaning that an object has, not just by making the picture plane with it's shapes.
The lines made by the knifes can create an object. Eventually the object is revealed to
our eyes.

It's not clear at first. with a little focus our eyes can clearly see his art. It reminds the
artist of a story he wants to share with us. The art is not pleasure for the moment, but
rather a mature emotion that we can continue to feel day after day. As artists, there is a string attached to his works.

A fate or inevitabilitg between an artist and his work. Before talking about his works,
the artist wants to express his life through the painted lines he makes by scraping the
canvas with his knife.

His whole life has been painting. His strenght to continue as his only livelihood is
expressed in his works walkig only one way. There is a scenery catching the artist's
attention around the atelier. Faint and old it couldn't be for gotten forever.

At this age in life, an image can overlap with other lives. In that, we feel emotion and
empathize the life of the artist. He wants to depict a phase from thw storm to the true
nature of the pureness of life as if an artist's mind condition may be spoken.

And his work could be born again as a strong masterpiece. His works represents his
philosophy that is expressed with friendly aspect for life.

He says what is our life?
We can see his attitude about his life. That he can embrace everything warmly in his
works. He seems to say what our life is with all of his heart. Life, it must endure with a
long life, just like the process of his work.

Blography of Artist  In Joo Kang
* 1st personal Art Exhibition in 1984
*2nd personal Art Exhibition in 1986
*3rd personal Art Exhibition at Han-il Gallery in 1989
* Private Exhibition at international Gallery , Tokyo, Japan in 1990
* 4th  personal Art Exhibition at Gaya Gallery, Jinju in  1991
*Private Exhibition at Busan Dentist's association Forum in 1992
*5th personal Art Exhibition at Taehwa Department store in 1992
* Peace -artistic prize in 1993
*Grand prize at international Art creative Exhibition
*6th personal Art Exhibition at Dongseo Gallery in 1994
*Private Exhibition at Busan Times "aid the paper-boy "in 1995
*Silver prize at Republe of korea Grand Art Exhibition.
*7th Personal Exhibition at Busan Times , Bu-il Gallery in 1997
*Privete Exhibition at Busan dentist's association forum in 1999
*8th Personal Exhibition at Lotte Gallery , Seoul in 1999
*9th Personal Exhibition at Won-Ang Art hall in 2000
* Private Exhibition at Busan university hospital in 2002
*10th Personal Exhibition at Hyundai Department store,Busan in 2002
*11th Personal Exhibition at Kyung-in Art museum,Seoul in 2004
*12th  Personal Exhibition at Lotte Department store, Busan in 2005
*13th Personal Exhibition at Kyung-in Art museum , Seoul in 2006
*14th Personal Exhibition at Lotte Department store, Busan in 2007
*Sketch along the trace of the tattoo ( Germany,Swiss,France, Spain)
*15th Personal Exhibition at Kyung-in Art museum,Seoul in 2008
*16th Personal Exhibition at Lotte Department store, Busan in 2009
* Specicially planned invitational  exhibition for 17th Anniversary of korea, Mongolia.
*17th Personal Exhibition at Kyung-in Art museum,Seoul in 2010
* Invitaional exhibition of Sungbo museum in Haein Tample and invitional exhibition
   of Italy sketch, Seoul modern Art show of Yangjae Art center )
*currently member in korea-Mongolia association, korea Art association.

Adress; InJoo Kang Artilere , 667-11 . samjung -dong, gimhae city, Gyungnam province  ,south korea . phone number +82-11-841-4812 , E-Mail