By Bae Min-wook, Newsis, Updated: 2020-08-14 at 11:16 am (GMT+9)
(Original article: https://n.news.naver.com/article/003/0010021650)
‘Free admission for all citizens’ from 17th of this month for 3 months.
Seoul Metropolitan Facilities Corporation announced on the 14th that it will hold an online exhibition of ’12 zodiac animal stories’ for three months from the 17th of this month.
This exhibition can be viewed on the Seoul Children’s Grand Park website. (https://www.sisul.or.kr/open_content/childrenpark/)
Thirty-six works depicting 12 animals familiar to citizens, such as tigers, sheep, horses, and cows, are being exhibited as the subject of ‘the story of animals and humans living in co-existence’. In particular, when citizens connect through smartphones or PCs, the screen looks like they are actually visiting and viewing the exhibition hall.
The works submitted to this exhibition were produced by the animal conservation club ‘Sunhwa Animal Keeper’ of the Art Department of Sunhwa Arts School.
Anyone can visit this exhibition for free. For more information, check the Seoul Facilities Corporation’s website (www.sisul.or.kr) or call (+82-02-450-9381).
English translation by Achuina Pamei