Now, Sun-Jae Island is connected with the land and many tourists visit there. However, before 2000, getting there by taking a ship was the only way. Moreover, in the 1960s, it was one of the underdeveloped islands where people lived by gathering Malina clams and farming barley and potatoes. One man transformed this island village into a wealthy village in only eight years.
The Sight of Sun-Jae Island (Ong-Jin County Office)
"What did you say? Do you want to do a crab farm business?"
"Yes. It's a little different, but I should make money first. If the original purpose remains the same, then it’s all good."
"Hey! Why don’t we try a briquette plant? As the trees become scarce, we will be in need of briquettes."
"Briquette plant, isn’t that a good idea? But what about money?"
"First, I will buy briquettes for the wholesale price, and then will sell them at a retail price so there will be some profit. Let's make money that way and start a factory."
"Cool. I’m pretty sure it will succeed.”
"Hey, what are you doing there?”
"Hello, town head. We are trying to block the sea to make a salt farm."
"Huh, you're doing such great work."
The Sea around Sun-Jae Island (Saemaul Illustration Books, 1977)
"What’s up? Now, are you sick of the sea?"
"Haha! I'm scared even when I only gaze on the sea. Now, my will will be done on the land."
"Humph, I will see how long that resolution will last."
[Book] “Sea Man”:
"The district office and local branch of Suhyup (National Federation of Fisheries Cooperatives) regard our village as one of the most troubled. Let's make it strong with our pride!"
"Look, sir! The oyster farm is what many people have tried and failed, what are you talking about?"
"Don’t you know that an oyster farm is not doable because the tide is big here?"
"It seems that the failures of the past were not enough for him."
how did he overcome the last crisis?
|1열에는 사진 설명을||2열에는 사진을 넣으세요.|
키보드를 사용하여 뷰어를 제어하실 수 있습니다. 좌우버튼 :이동 | + - : 확대/축소Open Archive