South Korea – Earth’s Hidden Wilderness


This is a two part ‘mini landmark’ natural history series produced by Oxford Scientific Films in association with Buzz Media and CJ E&M for Terra Mater Factual Studies and the BBC – directed by James Reed.

The series explores the rich and often overlooked natural history of South Korea, travelling from the wild islands of the South to the Demilitarised Zone in the North – which has been reclaimed by nature. Even in one of the world’s most technologically advanced nations, the people maintain traditional relationships with the natural world and the film reveals these stories.

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