Dr. Park Jung-woong of Hidden Us, “Beautiful scenery = Natural historical products”
“The beautiful scenery we meet outdoors is not just there, but the history of nature is gathered together,” said Dr. Park Jung-woong, who guides the hidden story of the Korean Peninsula.
KBS’s five-part natural history documentary Hidden Us Earth-Korean Peninsula 3 billion years (hereinafter Hidden Earth), which first aired on the 2nd, presented “At the Sea of the Enemy” twice on the 3rd following “At the Beach of Cosmos.” In the third episode, “With Dinosaur’s Step,” a journey to find the story of evolution hidden in the land along with the dinosaur’s footprints continues. In all of these journeys, “stratum” and “rock” are used as important materials.
Dr. Park Jung-woong, an incumbent geoscience teacher who gives easy and accurate explanations from the birth of 3 billion years on the Korean Peninsula to the stories hidden in the land we are currently standing on, said, “I liked the three-dimensional images of geological attractions at home and abroad.”
In addition, as the best scenes of Hidden Earth, the overall view of Dumujin in Baengnyeongdo Island, the drone shooting of Mudeungsan Standing Stone-Gyubongam Columnar Joints, and the volcanic eruption of Iceland are captured. Expectations were raised by selecting close-up scenes of Suwolbong Peak, a Suseong volcano in Jeju Island.
Dr. Park Jung-woong emphasized that “the beautiful scenery we meet outdoors is not just there, but the history of nature, which has been formed and changed by the “plate rescue movement,” is hidden in the landscape that is usually easy to pass by casually.” He also told viewers, “If you know the story of nature contained there, nature will look much more precious and beautiful.”
KBS’s 50th anniversary public broadcasting documentary “Hidden Earth-Korean Peninsula 3 billion years,” which sheds light on the nature of the Korean Peninsula and 3 billion years of dramas hidden in the landscape, airs every Thursday at 10 p.m. on KBS 1TV.