[Anchor Lead]With the help of an aid group, daily laborers and homeless people are communicating with the world through a camera. Next, we will take you to a special exhibition of some of their works. Let's take a look. [Pkg]Park Il-sun came from China alone to earn money three years ago. These days, he finds the greatest joy in taking pictures of his neighborhood with a disposable single-use camera. Scenes in an alley and the walls of neighboring houses are all subjects for his camerawork. Park moved from one shelter to another after quitting his job due to a leg injury. He depicts his love for his family in photos.[Soundbite] Park Il-sun : "I miss my hometown while taking photos. I want to show my photos to my son and granddaughter. I want to show off my techniques."An old daily laborer who photographed scavengers or construction sites has gone on a trip for the first time in his life in order to take better photos. A homeless man, hurt by those who left him, consoles himself by taking pictures of nature, which always stays in the same place.[Soundbite] Seo Jin-seok(Viewer) : "I realized that those in need look at life with a warm perspective."This photography exhibition was launched by an aid group with the aim of giving marginalized people a means of communication with the world.[Soundbite] Lee Yong-hyun(Exhibition Planner) : "Participants expressed their appreciation for getting a chance to get free from their hardships, even if briefly. We are planning to expand the project across Seoul."Photographs taken from their rather special perspectives tell viewers about hope, and not a tough life.
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