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  • Hangang river is a major river in South Korea and the fourth longest river on the Korean peninsula.
    There was no bridge at the long time ago, all the people should take the boat to cross the river. There was people waiting for the person who left. Hangang river was place for the people leave and wait, a place of 'waiting' and 'longing'.

    Suhyun Yoo, Collaborated with Sukho Lee

  • The people usually recall 'waiting' or 'longing' from the ferry. The boat evoke the 'empty mind' or 'leaving’, or reminiscent of a relaxed image. A new motor boat is fast and cool, instead of feeling like an old boat. Old boat is a smile, feel like we fit. The ferry and old boat connects the two places where are divided into a large river and lake. They love to look at the warm human affection(情) of people’s heart and connected with the line which we can not be cut off.