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  • 176 pages 
  • 24cm x 17cm 
  • Published in Glasgow, 2018 

Fare magazine is a bi-annual print publication exploring city culture through the intersections of food, history, and community. Each issue is guided by local writers, photographers and illustrators who give expert insight as well as a taste of the creative aesthetic.


Fare’s fourth issue journeys to Seoul: a mid-century economic turnaround swept the small historic city into a high-tech megalopolis, where ancient values and traditions to thrive amidst a concrete jungle.


In this issue:


  • An illustrated map of Seoul, by Aurore Carric
  • Seoul: A Thematic Crash Course illustrated by Subin Yang
  • A photoessay on Noryangjin Fish Market
  • The Ggumddakji: couples who celebrate their relationships by wearing matching outfits
  • The difference between North and South Korean noodles
  • Jeong Kwan, the buddhist nun, unlikely international celebrity and teacher to Michelin-starred chefs


Issue five of Fare is also available in the Stack shop.

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