Yoseob was born in Seoul. After high-school he went to London to take an Illustration foundation course at Central Saint Martins. However, soon after in 2010, he was called to serve in the Korean army. Once discharged, two years later, Yoseob returned to London with an entirely different calling.Read More
The 17th Mis-en-scène Short Film Festival (MSFF) is underway. Who will be crowned the next Korean filmmaking superstar?Read More
These secret petroleum deposits were abandoned in preparation for South Korea's 2002 World Cup.
Fifteen years later the oil tanks now play host to Seoul's most dynamic exhibitions and performances.
The "Remind André Kim" commemorative fashion show showcased over 150 new & archive pieces from André Kim Atelier.Read More
May 21 2018 is Coming of Age Day in South Korea.
How did Korean youth enter adulthood 1000 years ago and how does it differ from teens today?
The area surrounding Euljiro-3ga station is characterized by hardware and print shops that have served the city for decades. As other artsy and off-beat neighborhoods in Seoul became crowded and commercialized, the cheap rent and unassuming charm of this neighborhood has made it the perfect host for some very unique spaces!Read More
A visual essay about the low-key aesthetics found in the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system.Read More
From MUTZINE 01 (FW17): Instagram experienced the fastest rate of adoption in the Korean market and has the highest number of active users. Enter HA HANSEUL (@zing_a) and PARK JIHOON (@coke3cake), whose outfit posts on the photo sharing platform quickly garnered them an international following. Following the footsteps of global fashion influencers who launch their personal brands the two have now become the most influential figures defining Korean street fashion and youth culture. We met HANSEUL and JIHOON during a brief lull in activity to reflect on what the first year of running MORE THAN DOPE and ANOTHERYOUTH has been like.Read More