“Virtual Seoul” illustrates Korea today in all its uniqueness and diversity. Constructed as an ultra-colourful stroll through a postmodern virtual capital where all generations meet, the exhibition explores the multiple facets of a new city with avant-garde influences.
Françoise Huguier’s photographic work highlights the various ills of modern Korean society. The constant fear of downgrading faced with a flourishing industrialisation that has made the country the world’s 13th economic power, the anguish and deep malaise of the youngest.
By delving into the depths of the Korean soul, the French photographer documents the evolution of this people still imbued with the values of Confucianism.