George Rose images of Korea
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The images are out of copyright. The music is owned by KIM So Ra.
A compilation of the images that George Rose took in Korea. The images can be found at the State Library of Victoria.
Film has no dialogue.
Description of images shown in George Rose film:
0:00 A Narrow Busy Street in Ping Yang.
9:00 A Street in the Japanese settlement, Fusan.
17:00 Agricultural labourers in Seoul near some water.
25:00 A metal bridge over the Hau River, near Seoul.
33:00 Chenulpo town and harbour at low tide.
41:00 Early morning market, with city gate in background, Seoul.
49:00 Children near the East Gate and walls of the city, Seoul.
57:00 Children near pagoda ruins, Seoul.
1:05:00 Japanese soldiers at the Arch of Independence, Seoul.
1:13:00 Korean labourers at work in front of a traditional house.
1:21:00 Children on a path in a seaside Korean village, near Fusan.
1:29:00 The main gate into Seoul.
1:37:00 Crowded market place, Seoul.
1:45:00 Market woman carrying basket on her head, Ping Yang.
1:53:00 Sunken Russian ship at Chenulpo harbour.
2:01:00 Children near Royal tombstone, that rests on a large stone turtle, Seoul.
2:09:00 Street view, Seoul.
2:17:00 Pagoda Temple of the Sun, Seoul.
2:25:00 Street view of the Japanese quarter, Seoul.
2:33:00 Landing place for boats, Chenulpo.
2:41:00 The Buddhist temple of Hangagi, near Seoul.
2:49:00 A village with thatched roofs, Ping Yang.
2:57:00 Houses on a cliff at Ping Yang.
3:05:00 Children sit on city walls, thatched houses in the background, Seoul.
3:13:00 Children stand on city walls, Seoul.
3:21:00 A boy and man stand in pine forest, with a village behind them, near Seoul.
3:29:00 End Credits.
"Janggu Nori" performed by KIM So Ra
"Click Go the Shears" by Australia Fair organ
Supplied by State Library of Victoria
This video was created for the Culture Victoria website (cv.vic.gov.au)
with the support of the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.