Jeju LAF, short for Jeju Light Art Festival, is an exhibition that displays works by artists who use light as a medium.
The Jeju LAF covers 100,000 square meters (24.7 acres) of the town of Jochon and is becoming more famous as a sightseeing attraction at night with its large light-related works.
Jeju LAF, opening July 27, 2018, will run through August 15, 2019. For it, Munro presents two large-scale installations, Oreum and Water-Towers, as a response to his experiences of the island during the project’s 5-year development: notably, its volcanic mounds, or oreum, and typically strong island wind. Joining Munro are artworks by Jen Lewin, Tom Fruin, Byungchan Lee and Jason Krugman. The first art park of its kind in Asia, LAF presents these artists to amplify and transform the landscape of the nineteen-acre exhibition site.
The Jeju Tourism Organization and management for Jeju LAF have been preparing for this event for three years to promote artistic content that would help people experience Jeju Island’s natural environment.
According to koreajoongangdaily.joins