1. Audience and 3rd place Award winner for the 48 Hour Film Project in Seoul 2013.

    A 20-something jobless woman in Seoul is suddenly mistaken for a model during a photo shoot.

    Element requirements for the 48 Hour Film Project:
    Genre: Mistaken Identity
    Character: 한고운 백수 (Han Go-Eun: jobless person)
    Prop: Cup of coffee
    Line of dialogue: 세상은 원래 그런거야 (that's the way the ball bounces)

    # vimeo.com/80923464 Uploaded
  2. Walking, shopping, parking. Witness the pursuit of consumption and memories. Their silhouettes suddenly freeze in a strobe and showing the world they live in through the brief residual image they leave behind. For a brief moment, trailing behind them, each person/car/cyclist leaves a latent image of themselves. It's a ghostly footprint that quickly disappears. They take nothing with them except for their own bodies. Do they keep these memories? Do they quickly forget what they have done?

    Photographed in Seoul, Republic of Korea
    By Samuel Kiehoon Lee

    Short Experimental Video
    24fps-H.264 (vimeo:720p)
    RT: 3:00, B&W, stereo, Single Channel Projected, 1920x1080p

    # vimeo.com/128687470 Uploaded
  3. Short Experimental Video
    RT: 3:48, B&W, stereo, Single Channel Projected, 1920x1080p

    Shot at Hongik University in Seoul. Hongik or "Hongdae" is an art university. Silhouettes of people walk left and right through the screen. Some are students rushing to get to class. A water fountain is bubbling in the background. A truck passes through. We see through their silhouettes the image of the Hongdae campus. The silhouettes are layered on top of each other and at times we can see the positive image of a person through another's silhouette. Each person has a repeated echo that walks through 16 seconds later.

    # vimeo.com/123528707 Uploaded
  4. Time is symmetry. Each character walks through the scene, once forward, and once backwards. Through their silhouettes we catch a glimpse of the world they live in. Shot in the Hongdae area in Seoul, silhouettes of people walk left and right through the screen. Many are couples, looking for a place to eat or lounge. This piece investigates Seoulites and their quest for belonging.

    This is the third instalment of the "Staggered Time Walking Videos" installation series.

    Photographed in Seoul, Republic of Korea
    By Samuel Kiehoon Lee. 2015

    Short Experimental Video
    RT: 2:40, Color, stereo, Single Channel Projected, 1920x1080p

    # vimeo.com/128856921 Uploaded
  5. 24 hours in the lives of expat Koreans living in Seoul.

    By Samuel Kiehoon Lee

    # vimeo.com/137461674 Uploaded

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