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Wild Korea

In 2018, the eyes of the world turn to Pyeongchang, South Korea, for the Winter Olympics. For thousands of years, Korea was known for its staggering natural beauty. Now it is better known for its decades of conflict. But beyond the battle scars and the fortifications, there is a land of stunning natural beauty and remarkable wildlife. Lush wetlands and mudflats; soaring mountains and turbulent seas; habitats where the beautiful goshawk, the bottleneck dolphin and the curious raccoon dog thrive alongside Korea’s traditional people as they have for many thousands of years.

Wild Korea
2 x 60’ Oxford Scientific Films, Director: James Reed.
Full Audio Post, 2018.

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