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<Watching Lights> is the work of artist Ahn Sang-soo installed on the street lights in front of the Daewoo Building in Sejong-ro. The work was planned so that it could serve as a sign for the street lamp where the house site used to be, so that people could know the meaningful place of the house site of Ju Si-gyeong while passing through Hangeul Gaon-gil. Right next to the streetlight is an officetel called <Yongbieocheonga>, the site of the house where Mr. Ju Si-gyeong lived from his mid-30s until his death at the age of 39. The footsteps of a great figure, Joo Si-gyeong, who was a pioneer in the study of Hangeul and Korean language and the Korean language movement, who called consonants and vowels ‘touch sound, hall sound’, are shining like a street lamp as a beautiful initials. In a way, Hangeul itself was a streetlight that shed light on our dark roads, illuminating the darkness of illiteracy. It was made with the cloisonné technique on enamel and attached to a street light.
<Watching Lights> is the work of artist Ahn Sang-soo installed on the street lights in front of the Daewoo Building in Sejong-ro. The work was planned so that it could serve as a sign for the street lamp where the house site used to be, so that people could know the meaningful place of the house site of Ju Si-gyeong while passing through Hangeul Gaon-gil. Right next to the streetlight is an officetel called <Yongbieocheonga>, the site of the house where Mr. Ju Si-gyeong lived from his mid-30s until his death at the age of 39. The footsteps of a great figure, Joo Si-gyeong, who was a pioneer in the study of Hangeul and Korean language and the Korean language movement, who called consonants and vowels ‘touch sound, hall sound’, are shining like a street lamp as a beautiful initials. In a way, Hangeul itself was a streetlight that shed light on our dark roads, illuminating the darkness of illiteracy. It was made with the cloisonné technique on enamel and attached to a street light.
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