* Date : 2018-05-24
The photo exhibition "Spring, Once Again" was held at Cheongwadae Sarangchae on May 4 in commemoration of the first anniversary of the Moon Jae-in administration. Featuring some 50 photos and video clips, the exhibition offers a vivid glimpse of the administration's policies and progress during the first year. Lego photographer Lee Je-hyung also displayed 12 pictures of toy bricks and figurines depicting the key moments of the Moon administration over the past year. Take a look at the exhibition and his creative artistry.
On the 17th and 18th of May, a total of 140 green growth practitioners and visionaries, together with government officials from developing nations, decision-makers from public and private organizations, and technical specialists from the World Bank gathered in Seoul to facilitate technical discussions on innovative, inclusive growth. Visit the event and see how the world came together to tackle the twin goals of environmental and economic sustainability.
Incineration plants, cemeteries, transmission towers... Most people would not want to live near any of these facilities despite all being essential to human life. Sewage treatment plants are another example. However, Anyang New Water Park is instigating a paradigm shift in addressing unattractive land uses with an underground sewage treatment plant. Visit the site and see how it resolved the NIMBY phenomenon and urban regeneration at the same time.
Incheon Art Platform is known for its well-preserved architectural heritage sites and buildings that display both ancient and modern beauty. Established through remodeling buildings constructed in the 1930's and 40's, it's considered a successful example of urban regeneration. Visit the site to see how it displays the modern interpretation of Korean history and enriches citizens' lives.