Simon Hudson, CEO and founder of Cheeze NFT minting studio. Photo provided by Simon Hudson.
Chi Project and Park Hyeong-min collaborate on the creation of DIY Maedeup bracelets. Photo provided by Chi Project.
Cheeze is a minting studio that allows photographers to turn their work into non- fungible tokens (NFTs). Photo provided by Cheeze.
Those with hearing impairments can enjoy their visit to the yeongbokgung Palace thanks to the barrier-free cultural program.
Photo provided by Seoul Seodaemun Welfare Center for the Deaf
King Sejong Institute students gather for the commencement ceremony.
Photo provided by King Sejong Institute Foundation
Cyworld users buy music and accessories to decorate their page known as minihompy. Photo provided by Cyworld.
Cyworld, one of the first generation social media in Korea, restarts its service in May. Photo by Cho Woo.
In a sex doll brothel, customers pay to use human-like sex dolls. Photo provided by KBS NEWS.
Students tinker with various sensors and control the hardware via ROS logic. Photo by Joe Hee-young
Stalking Crime Penalty Act requires an assailant to maintain at least a 100-meter gap from the victim. Illustrated by Joe Hee-young
Members of Gongdeok-dong House, one of the most famous non-marital communities, poses in front of a building.
Photo provided by Gongdeok-dong House
Home café and home furnishing are becoming the new trend in COVID-19. Photo provided by Kim Ye-sun and Chung Ye-rang.