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<Hanhuinsaem – A fountain that never dries up> is a work at the entrance of the ‘Yongbieocheonga’ building, created by Park Min-seop and Lee Young-song. This "Yongbieocheonga" is the site of the old house of Ju Ji-gyeong, a pioneer of Korean language research, and borrowed the title of her work from her teacher's pseudonym, Han Hein-sam. Hanhuinsaem is a large white spring, and the Han of Hanhuinsaem is a word that reveals the life and spirit of the Korean people who pursued a bright and warm life. It represents a life in which the and the earth, transcendence, immanence, and the inside are harmonized as one. The upper hemisphere, which looks like a round circle cut in half, is a large bowl that holds the sky and the universe, embodying the meaning of the character “han”. The white stone represents ''back'', which is white and bright, and the water that gushes out as if breathing like a pulse symbolizes an inexhaustible spring, life, and eternity. Divided into an upper part and a lower part, forming a single form spouting the water of life, this work symbolizes a diverse, complex, multi-layered yet concrete life, and our spirit is infinitely inclusive, assimilated, and optimistic, not polarity, confrontation, or separation. , symbolizes the spirit of the Korean people, the spirit of teacher Joo Ji-gyeong, and the eternity of Hangeul.
<Hanhuinsaem – A fountain that never dries up> is a work at the entrance of the ‘Yongbieocheonga’ building, created by Park Min-seop and Lee Young-song. This "Yongbieocheonga" is the site of the old house of Ju Ji-gyeong, a pioneer of Korean language research, and borrowed the title of her work from her teacher's pseudonym, Han Hein-sam. Hanhuinsaem is a large white spring, and the Han of Hanhuinsaem is a word that reveals the life and spirit of the Korean people who pursued a bright and warm life. It represents a life in which the and the earth, transcendence, immanence, and the inside are harmonized as one. The upper hemisphere, which looks like a round circle cut in half, is a large bowl that holds the sky and the universe, embodying the meaning of the character “han”. The white stone represents ''back'', which is white and bright, and the water that gushes out as if breathing like a pulse symbolizes an inexhaustible spring, life, and eternity. Divided into an upper part and a lower part, forming a single form spouting the water of life, this work symbolizes a diverse, complex, multi-layered yet concrete life, and our spirit is infinitely inclusive, assimilated, and optimistic, not polarity, confrontation, or separation. , symbolizes the spirit of the Korean people, the spirit of teacher Joo Ji-gyeong, and the eternity of Hangeul.
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