Art Installation on Seokchon Lake Attracts Over 1 Million Visitors
September 8, 2016 - Supermoon
An art designation floating on Seokchon Lake in eastern Seoul has captivated over 1 million visitors given it was set adult final week.
The design named “Super Moon” by American artists Sam Borkson and Arturo Sandoval is 20 m in hole and depicts a full moon with a smile. Lotte has been displaying such hulk artworks on a lake, after displaying a world-famous rubber steep — a unpractical design — and 1,600 pandas done of recycled paper.
The Super Moon drew 1.06 million people in only 6 days, 330,000 some-more people than a rubber steep in 2014.
Some 300 pieces of fabrics were sewn into a designation during a bureau in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province over a march of a year.
“We came adult with a thought of creation a moon since Koreans traditionally wish on a full moon,” a Lotte staffer said. “We design a series of visitors will boost during Chuseok or Korean Thanksgiving.”
The Super Moon is illuminated adult from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. each night and will be illuminated bullion on Sep. 15 for Chuseok to wish for good harvest, purple on Sept. 23 definition good happening to hearten adult youngsters who are struggling amid tough times, and pinkish on Sept. 28, 50 days before to a college opening examination in November, wishing students good luck.
It will be on arrangement until Oct. 3.