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Notes: Korea is a collection of notes on Korean history that include dynasties, religions, people, literature, diasporic communities, and more. Its purpose is to encourage collective learning that gives a better grasp of the present as it relates to the past — ultimately fostering a better understanding of self. A non-comprehensive catalog, Notes: Korea does not aim to force beliefs but rather prods at presumptions regarding Korean culture. The website features a horizontal scroll and includes annotations, links, images, and a google doc where users can share information to add to the site.

Side-scroll Book Inspired Page
Horizontal scroll page containing notes on Korea
Hover Text With My Comments On Information
After asking several people I knew about how they identified themselves, they all answered the same way. Each person said they did not feel quite Korean but they did not feel quite American either.
I began to ask myself, “But what does it mean to be Korean? What is Korean culture really?” This inspired me to embark on a project that would begin to chip away at these questions.
History with Map
Text hover for images
Shared doc for people to share information
Shared doc for users to add information on Korean culture

©2020. Made with ︎ by Jamie Noor
©2020. Made with ︎ by Jamie Noor