“People collect things, I collect memories.”
30 days had come and gone in the blink of an eye, but those were certainly the most wonderful days of my life so far.
I have come to realize that the true meaning of life, is found within the experience and memory that we make when we live our lives to the fullest extent. Some memories are too good that they remain vivid and live on forever. They can even become a sort of inspiration for us, to tackle hard time and keep moving on in life.
“Memory of the wind” is a beautiful set of my memories. The photographs are not formed around one conceptual theme but highlight different aspects and beauty of Korea from all walks of life. It is a personal creative work and I put my own sensibility in this paper.
I hope it can successfully convey my true feelings toward South Korea and depict a slice of ordinary Korean life.