[Anchor Lead]A man in his 40s who lost his home due to gambling debts has made a fresh start in life by learning photography. Here's more on this photographer, who says he wants to capture the best moments in people's lives using his artistic skills.[Pkg]People strike various poses in front of a camera. The photographer captures each of their facial expressions. The tourists receive their photos right on the spot.[Soundbite] "I like this pose. It looks great."They are elated to see life-long memories being captured in a photo.[Soundbite] (Indonesian Tourist) : "The photographer did his job well. The photo looks good. I like it."Until three years ago, this photographer, Kim Chang-hoon, was homeless, having lost everything by gambling while studying abroad.[Soundbite] Kim Chang-hoon(Homeless Photographer) : "I used to live in a meaningless way and frequented casinos after work."[Soundbite] "That's right. Capture the black lines."Kim learned how to see the world from a new perspective through a camera lens by receiving photography classes provided to the homeless.[Soundbite] Cho Se-hyun(Photographer) : "Photography has helped him to regain confidence and return to society."From people in beautiful hanbok costumes to smiling faces... to Kim, each photo that he takes is a precious asset that helps him heal his past wounds.[Soundbite] Kim Chang-hoon(Homeless Photographer) : "Photography is my dream and hope that inspires me to move forward."Kim's passion for photography to last a lifetime continues to keep him going.
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