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15 representative works expressed using VR and motion capture technology… Screening in the US from the 8th to the 13th of next month

Image from ‘Dan Yi-jeon: The Story of a Beautiful Island’

Image from ‘Dan Yi-jeon: The Story of a Beautiful Island’

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kim Ye-na = A film that vividly digitally expresses the paintings of Hyewon Shin Yun-bok (1758-unknown), who is considered a representative painter of the late Joseon Dynasty, will be introduced in the United States.

The Cultural Heritage Administration and the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation announced on the 20th that the film ‘Dan Yi-jeon: The Story of a Beautiful Indian’, made using virtual reality (VR) technology, was officially invited to the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival in the United States.

The South by Southwest event held in Austin, Texas, is renowned as a comprehensive arts festival encompassing a variety of fields, including film festivals, music festivals, and conferences.

‘Dan Ijeon’, produced by the Cultural Heritage Administration and the Foundation, was invited to the ‘Notable Extended Reality (XR) Experience’ category.

It is the only domestic VR work and will be screened at the Fairmont Austin Hotel’s special exhibition hall for six days from March 8th to 13th.

Image from ‘Dan Yi-jeon: The Story of a Beautiful Island’

Image from ‘Dan Yi-jeon: The Story of a Beautiful Island’

‘Dan Yijeon’ is a film that introduces a total of 15 works, including ‘Beautiful Island’ and ‘Wolhajeongin’, which are considered representative works of Hyewon Shin Yun-bok, as well as ‘Songjeonggwanpok’, ‘Gyemyeonggogam’, and ‘Songjeongahhoe’.

Based on the main character ‘Dani”s journey to find true beauty, the story of the love triangle between scholars ‘Lee Saeng’ and ‘Chuhee’ was vividly expressed using cutting-edge technology.

It reveals the beauty of traditional Korean performances by incorporating traditional pansori and traditional dance, and vividly embodies the movements using ‘motion capture’ technology that records the movements of the human body in digital form.

Prior to the film festival, in Korea, it can be viewed at the special exhibition ‘K=XY: Beyond Time and Space’ held at the XR Gallery in Jung-gu, Seoul, a public diplomacy experience center of the Korea Foundation (KF), until March 30.

An official from the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation said, “We will produce and distribute a variety of realistic content to promote the beauty of our national heritage both at home and abroad.”

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