[3/3] Finding a Sense of Unity in Korea: Culture

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This article is part of a research series which will help fund my site visit trip to South Korea. These posts relate to relevant issues or precedents where I can apply their concepts and ideas to my thesis proposal regarding an ethereal impact on a physical space. The funding project can be found on @fundition 's website.

As I continue my research for my thesis proposal, I had hit a roadblock when dealing with the architectural aspect of the proposal. In order to have a greater understanding of the existing facilities between North and South Korea, I did some “horizontal” scaled research, where I looked at a myriad of different facilities and split them into different categories, and compared them in scale, and how similar they were to the opposing side of Korea.

The Search Continues…

Yesterday, I worked on precedents involving the concert halls or theaters, and how a theater space is interpreted in South Korea vs. North Korea in reference to their respective cultures. Today I will look at museums, and their architectural elements in order for me to compare and contrast what identities these museums take in both North and South Korea.

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Culture Part 3: Museums

These precedents are directly compared by scale, and location.

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Posted from my blog with SteemPress: https://unity-coin.org/2018/10/02/3-3-finding-a-sense-of-unity-in-korea-culture/