[종이책] Through the Joseon Door - An urban explorer's guide to Korea's most endangered places
Through the Joseon Door
  • ISBN
    979-11-972222-0-7 (03910)
  • 저자
    저자 : Ron Bandun
  • 제본형식
    종이책 - 무선제본
  • 형태 및 본문언어
    222 / 150*225 / 영어
  • 가격정보
    12000원
  • 발행일
    20220729
  • 납본여부
    미납본
  • 발행처
    Broke Publishng
  • 키워드
    Korea, urban exploration, redevelopment, abandoned
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'Exorcising' an abandoned mental hospital
Abandoned US base turned into chemical dump
Graffiti's rise on Korea's streets, walls, trains
Songdo, Korea's incomplete futuristic dystopia
Searching for lost jumbo jets in Korea
Explaining the unexplained on Yonsei campus
A surprise tour of Cheongnyangni's cat houses
Farewell Nightmare Lab
Celebrating Christmas in Seoul's underground river
Finding clarity on top of The Korea Times
Farewell to Yongsan Pochachon...again
Caught in Suwon's abandoned amusement park
Vertical adventures on International Workers' Day
Spiritual feeding for Ninjalicious, patron saint of urbex
Solving riddles of Gyeongui Tunnel, Hongdae's 'real' underground scene
Tripping over legends in Geoje's abandoned amusement park
Spotting Santa, the original rooftopper, in Seoul
15 years investigating Korea's forbidden urban spaces
Celebrating April Fool's Day with urban exploration
Water fight at Noryangjin Market
Central Seoul's disappearing Pimatgol area
Aquatic dangers in subterranean Seoul
Trespassing on Korea Times history
'Fire Flower' grows at Yongsan Disaster site
Counting down Seoul's last moon villages
Exploring beneath Gwanghwamun's surface
Wrapping construction sites in art
Gwangju collapse terrifies public temporarily
Ugly names of Korea's high-rise apartment brands
Peeling back Banpo's layers
Urban explorers connected worldwide despite pandemic

Gamifying Seoul police’s ‘Snitch Board’
Hitting the abandoned slopes at Seoul Ski Resort
Celebrating winter with flaming snowman
Bucky the urban exploring cat
Clocktower night gone wrong
Mountain trek into Dankook University's abandoned Hannam campus
Searching for Hitler in Daejeon
Stealing in Woncheon Lakeland
Taint shots
Exploring around UNESCO sites
‘I Found a Home’ in Yeomni-dong
Chicken Soup for the Soulless Soul
Man on a ledge
Caught in Nokbeon
Dui puli
Shithead with a Wrench
The phantom shitter (Why you should never climb under the guy with ulcerative colitis)
Kyungsung Loop
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Copyright Ron Bandun, Jon Dunbar
책소개
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After becoming trapped underground in a subway vent in 2013, Bandun discovered the Joseon Door, leading to a world full of horrors and wonders. He offers dozens of stories of his adventures on the other side of the Joseon Door, documenting Korea's endangered urban landscapes and forbidden places. From atop roofs and cranes, all the way down to subway tunnels and underground rivers, he brings attention to these places and why they should be on our minds as we go about the city.
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Ron Bandun is a self-described "anarchaeologist." He is is an urban explorer who has been visiting forgotten, abandoned and forbidden spaces in Korea since 2005, documenting the changes and conflicts of the urban environment. He is a published columnist at The Korea Times, and winner of the Fiction Writers in Seoul contest in 2018/19, having his short story "Kyungsung Loop" published in the "A City of Han" anthology.

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