30.08.11 by Jeff

Hein-Kuhn Oh

Photos by Hein-Kuhn Oh. Seoul, Korea.

Photographer Hein-Kuhn Oh photography

Photographer Hein-Kuhn Oh photography

Photographer Hein-Kuhn Oh photography

Photographer Hein-Kuhn Oh photography

Photographer Hein-Kuhn Oh photography













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • jessica

    these were interesting to me so I clicked on the link to the artists’ name above and it didn’t work for me. perhaps you should check it out (anyway, i googled). very interesting.

    • not sure what happened for you but the link works

      • jessica

        yeah, it just worked fine. I don’t know what that was. anyway, incredible artist! just looked through the whole website. amazing.

  • lapetitefaon

    the facial expressions are so striking, very lovely

  • Mina Kang

    This is my friend’s dad! His work is amazing, and I really admire what he’s trying to explore with the 아줌마 (ajumma) series.

    • no way really? thats awesome – give him some encouragement for me, i love his work

  • wow! I’m surprised because i’m also korean!!

    quite nice works!!





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