It's the short break that makes you reflect on what you've missed. It's easy to lose yourself between your tight schedule and demanding people around you. There's a central park for New Yorkers, perhaps Parisians go near the river Seine, then there's the Han River for Seoul, Korea.
The Han River is a major river in South Korea, which had played a significant role in Korean economic growth and history offering a trade route to overseas. Currently, it is lined with places to rest and hang out such as public parks, restaurants, and pedestrian walkways.
For Spring Summer 2015 Collection, Munsoo Kwon introduces the Han River and its surroundings with an emphasis on the emotional comfort it provides. Architectural details of the bridges that run through the River and the flying kite high in the sky are also the key motives in the collection.