Update : 2019.10.01  Tue  No : 505
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Photo Essay
The Land Hidden by the Fog

You might think this photo just shows a barren land. Perhaps your first impression is correct because this place is a military zone seen from Unification Park near Mount Odu Observatory. The fog hiding North Korea perhaps symbolizes the currently unrealistic reality of a unified Korea. Will we ever be able to meet our other halves in this land?

By Lee Jae-won
Argusian

2019.04.05  No : 501 By Lee Jae-won gh10117@hufs.ac.kr
 
Can We Call the Red Planet
The Beauty of White Noise
Do K-pop Idols Have to Go t
The Land Hidden by the Fog
Welcome Aboard!
Truman Is Back on Vlog
Scars of Jeju Island : the
Please, Look in Your Heart
 
Opinion  
Editorial
The Beauty of White Noise
Photo Essay
The Land Hidden by the Fog
Greetings
Welcome Aboard!
Campus  
People
Please, Look in Your Heart
Spotlight at HUFS
Last Gasp of the Imun Gathers Scattered Community
National  
Agora
Do K-pop Idols Have to Go to the Military, Too?
X-file
Scars of Jeju Island : the Jeju 4.3 Uprising and Massacre
Theory&Critique  
Cover Story
Can We Call the Red Planet Our Home One Day?
Lab of Janus
The Devil’s Advocate on Avocado
Tongues
Esperanto, Ne via lingvo, Ne mia lingvo, Nia lingvo
Culture  
Culture Insight
Truman Is Back on Vlog
Parallel Code
Searching for Happiness: How about Traveling with Hector?