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Beauty of Sculpture in Downtown Seoul
Ban Jae-hee  |  judgeban@hanyang.ac.kr
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A particular sculpture displayed in a particular place reflects a special meaning of the place. People remember and honor important events happened in the area in the past, making a statue or monument in the area. The sculpture made by renowned artists would enhance the international reputation of the area, increasing the number of foreign visitors to Seoul.

1 Imagination, Giant World , sculpted in 2006, is placed in a barrier- free playground of Seoul Forest. The sculpture is like the pillar of hope, protecting children in the place with an openmind and imagination.

2 The sculpture named Spring , widely known as a top shell, is located in Cheonggyecheon.

3 Trillion Tower is a sculpture erected in remembrance of an achievement of one trillion dollars in trade. Korea’s history of export is written on the tower.

4 Through an oval shaped configuration, Coexistence , sculpted in 2007 in front of Deokso station, represents the meaning of the coexistence among humans in the world in which an individualism is rampant.

5 Hammering man , located in front of Hungkuk Life Insurance building, is a kinetic art that shows the dignity of labor. The sculpture is the seventh Hammering Man made by Jonathan Borofsky.

6 Big Blue , situated in Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Corporation, symbolizes the company holding a dominant position that aims to create a blue ocean.

7 A warhorse sculpture in the entrance of Seoul Forest, a commemorative spot of the race track, shows vivid images of horses in full gallop.



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