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Hanbok Moratorium #1 – FTBW KLTV

Posted in Fitbow, Korea by Dada Gum on November 27, 2013

Hanbok Moratorium #1

Hanbok Moratorium is a design initiative within FTBW KLTV’s ‘Korean Clothes’ project. The goal is to transform traditional Hanbok into a modern and stylish clothing and also to reach out younger generations who do not wear Hanbok nowadays except on some special occasions. Collaboration with various artists and artisans will soon follow. Stay tuned.

The Korean Traditional Folk Kite
The Korean traditional folk kite, the bang-pae yeon is a rectangular, bowed “shield” kite with a hole in the middle of the sail. The frame uses five bamboo spars—one each across the top and the ‘waist’ of the kite, a ‘spine’, and two diagonals.

Filming and Editing
Sungha Kim

Starring
Kitai Rhee (Master Artisan of Traditional Korean Kite)

Costume
Bang-pae yeon Durumagi (Korean Sheild Kite Topcoat)

Prop
Kibongsan Kite

Location
Bukchon, Seoul

FTBW KLTV
Creative Advisor : Dada Gum
Photography : Daehan Kim
Web/Graphic Design : Joohyun Lee
Operation Management : Wonjoon Chung

Staff
Sanghoon Kim
Hyuntaek Lee
Kwangwoo Kim
Joonghyun Lee

Music by Falcon By Design – Blunted Lapdance
Song produced by Maker & Joe Beats, published by (P) Fieldwerk Recordings 2003.
Song Download: bit.ly/1fFLjf7

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Sunday afternoon

Posted in Fitbow, Korea by Dada Gum on October 24, 2011

With Yoonhyup, KB (from Fitbow) and Thuy Pham (from United Bamboo) in a quiet suburbs of Seoul.

Oct. 2011

Window seat

Posted in Korea by Dada Gum on February 24, 2011

Songdo, Incheon.

Feb. 2011

Incheon Bridge

Posted in Korea by Dada Gum on October 26, 2009

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on Sunday.

Oct. 2009

DC’s drawings

Posted in Fitbow, Korea by Dada Gum on March 31, 2009

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At Fitbow office, Bundang.

Mar. 2009

Summer breeze

Posted in Korea by Dada Gum on February 22, 2007

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A beautiful Sunday afternoon with Dahahm and Jinhee in Paju (which is approx. 30-45 mins drive from Seoul), Korea.

Aug. 2006