Chip Taylor Communications



Subject: History

Global Affair Series

This classic series of programs provides archival overviews of each location visited. The value of each program lies in the historical perspectives provided of the people and various locations visited. Produced by Bonaventure Productions, Inc. Programs available on 9 DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in Click for more

South Korea

South Korea

This classic program offers a visitor's view of South Korea, which hosted the 1988 Olympics; it begins documenting the memorable opening events and several sporting highlights. Moving on, we discover how the nation has welcomed moving into modern times, promoting education, architecture, sports, transportation, technology and tourism, while visits to the Seoul Museum of Art, the National Theatre, and the Puyo National Museum confirms how the nation preserves and respects its ancient heritage and arts. We learn the largest religious group is Buddhists and view famous temples and monasteries, as well as the nation's largest stone-carved Buddha; we too witness historic visits by Pope John Paul II and Reverend Billy Graham. Sightseeing includes the Mount Sorak area; the completely walled city of Suwon; the Tomb of Muryeong; the port city of Busan (Pusan); beautiful Jeju Island and the volcanic Sunrise Peak. 95/07DE IJSCA 30 min.





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