Author: Hyo-jae Lee
280 pages | 212*147mm
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About This Book
It is difficult to define Lee Hyo-jae: She is a "hanbok" designer running a shop
and a wrapping cloth artist. She is also a professional kimchi and bedclothes
maker. Actually, everything in housekeeping becomes eco-friendly jobs and arts
at the same time for her.
That's why she is called "Korea's Martha Stewart," "Korea's Tasha Tudor" or "mentor for all Korean housewives."
She is also known to live in an eco-friendly way, and the book shows she doesn't make an effort to live like that but that she was "born like that," as she seems to feel sympathy toward every living creature on Earth.
The book is comprised of short experiences she had or thought of while growing plants in her garden. She talks with her plants, learns about life through them, and develops ties with neighbors and other people through them. Photos of the plants give readers a chance to try to feel what the author feels.
Her thinking is sometimes unrealistically pure and tender. But to protect her beloved ones ― either human beings or plants ― she shows a stronger determination and driving force than anybody else.
_ Kim Rahn
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