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LU42 Flower Garden X Youngho Kang
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youngho kang
Aug 24, 2021
I don’t all advertisements like this, but for some advertisements, I work with the minds of advertisers and strategists as if I am the client.  In other words, from planning to final output and advertising results, I take responsibility for the game.  For example, it was when I was working on some movie posters, and when I was doing advertisements for Giordano, Fissler, and political posters.  It considers social and psychological influence, not just product advertisement.
 These advertisements are created when there is a strong trust between the client and me, and are a kind of collaboration.

 Recently, I have worked with very heavy responsibility for 4 kinds of cosmetic advertisement.
 The concept is “Planting flowers on roads frozen by Covid-19”
 The flowers were planted on Olympic Boulevard in Seoul.
 models and brands,
 Kim Da-mi (deeponde), Jang Young-nam (Neker), Kim Hye-jun (Fossula),
 Cynthia (Kineff)
 If you pass the Olympic Boulevard every day, you can receive 4 flowers as a gift from the car window every day through a billboard.

Youngho Kang Photography

Youngho Kang was born in 1970, Seoul, South Korea. He is well known as a commercial photographer in South Korea. His nickname is “Dancing Photographer”, a nickname given to him because of his unique shooting style, which is that while taking pictures he communicates with the model through dancing, or very much as a conductor, with music always playing in the background.
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