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* Date : 2020-07-03
BY ARCHITECT YOO HYUN-JOON
Pandemics have had great influence in shaping human society and politics throughout history. They have triggered the collapse of empires, weakened pre-eminent powers and institutions, created social upheaval and brought down wars.
Then, how has COVID-19 changed human society and how will our cities afterward?
Learn more about how epidemics have changed cities and civilizations throughout history with Architect and Professor of Architecture Yoo Hyun-joon.
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Lee Yong-joo is an owner of several surf shops next to the beautiful blue ocean in Gangwon-do Province. Having worked as a construction researcher in Seoul after studying construction in college, Lee accidentally ran into surfing, which changed her entire life. She is living away from her home but says she doesn’t feel lonely because she is close with his staff at her stores, who mostly used to be the frequent customers. She is currently living a hectic life as the popularity of surfing continues to rise in Korea. Here’s what the surfer has to say about her experience and her dream of further establishing the Korean surfing culture.
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We are living in a time where no one backs each other anymore. People nowadays are comfortable living their lives without even knowing the names or the faces of their neighbors. Contrary to this popular lifestyle trend, some people living in the cities have started building communal relationships by establishing the village community. The movement adds vibrancy to the community and boosts the quality of the lifestyles of the residents. Here’s the story of the people who remain within the village community’s boundary and build cooperative and social relationships with each other.
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