The Seoul Museum of Art’s newest exhibition show, titled the “NK Project” opened on Tuesday to commemorate the 70th National Liberation Day on August 15.

The show is organized into three different parts, to present a comprehensive perspective of Korean Unification.

The first part portrays North Korea from a North Korean perspective through oil paintings of the North Korean regime. The second part is made up of photographs of North Korean landscapes and scenery taken by foreigners to represent North Korean from an outside perspective. Finally, the third and final part features art work by South Korean artists that revolve around Korean unification.

Koreans worldwide are revisiting the possibility of reunification in light of the 70th anniversary of its liberation, which also marks the years since its division.

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