Supermoon Pops Up during Seoul Lake
September 4, 2016 - Supermoon
SEOUL, Sept. 2 (Korea Bizwire) – Seokchon Lake Park was where Florentijn Hofman’s hulk Rubber Duck done a alighting for a 10-day stay 2014, though something else landed Thursday, attracting hundreds of visitors that sought a glance of something out of a typical – a gigantic Supermoon.
Signaling a entrance of Chuseok, a Korean Thanksgiving holiday, and designed by Californian art collaborative FriendsWithYou, a 20-diameter floating balloon is partial of a Super Moon Project hosted by Lottle World Tower and a Songpa District Office.
The Supermoon will be displayed during a lake each day from one hour before nightfall to 10 p.m. for a month-long display, and will be illuminated regulating 8 opposite colors, pronounced FWY.
“The moon is a astronomical intent that is closest to Earth, and has confirmed a tighten and many essential attribute with mankind,” pronounced Samuel Borkson, who shaped FWY with Arturo Sandoval III. “By presenting an intent that has prolonged been humankind’s theme for prayers of wish and dreams, we wanted to communicate a summary that anyone can grasp their dreams.”
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