This Man Painted Black Women In Traditional Korean Hanbok And It's Beautiful
"I'm spring, you're a flower, and you have bloomed in me."
Christian "Royal Dog" Chanyang Shim is a Korean graffiti writer who has been creating murals featuring black women in traditional Korean hanbok.
The 27-year-old, who is originally from Seoul, first had the idea when he was given the opportunity to paint a wall inside The Container Yard.
His murals show the union of two different cultures that is very rarely seen, if ever.
"Hanbok is something real that I could give away to people as a Korean," he said. "I'm happy to paint my culture, I'm happy to see the people happy with the gift."
Each of his pieces has an uplifting message for his audience.
"You will become a blessing."
"I'm spring, you're a flower."
"Peace I leave with you, my peace I give you."
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