The Geumgang Mountains, with a total area of 12,000 square meters, is divided into Namgwanggang, Yeonggumgang, and Haegumgang, each of which has a unique character. Many artists have painted them. In the late Joseon Dynasty, the scenery became the source of many Jingeong, or ‘true-view’, landscape paintings.
I tried to catch the beauty of this superb view. My design expresses the linear forms of the ridges which are carved from the rock, a mountain stream that sweeps down the slope, and the thin line of a pathway.