* Date : 2019-05-30
There are people who make and fly paper airplanes professionally and even compete at international events. The paper airplane pilots who have been representing Korea on the international stage go to various places to teach people how to make a wide variety of paper planes that can fly longer and farther as a way and show that it truly is a sport. We take you into the fascinating world of paper planes to meet the paper airplane pilots who are taking them to new heights!
There are places in Seongsu-dong, Seoul that are attracting more visitors after undergoing a renewal and contributing to the revival of the old neighborhood. An old factory that had been shut down for 30 years has been transformed into a restaurant, an old multi-unit dwelling has been resurrected into an art gallery, and an idle lot has been turned into a commercial complex that’s become a popular place to hang out for young people. We take you to Seongsu-dong to check out the small changes that have had a huge impact!
Bullfighting is a long tradition that has been carried on in Korea for around 1,000 years. This tradition is celebrated through the Cheongdo Bullfighting Festival, which invites people from all over the country to enjoy the excitement of the sport with their own eyes. 96 bulls that have passed the regional qualifiers come head to head and lock horns in the ring for the grand prize of KRW 112.2 million (approx. US$ 95,000) at this year’s festival. We take you to the scene to check out which bull ultimately got to bask in the glory of being named the champion!