This catalogue is devoted to the Korean artists Park Suk Won, Park Jang-Nyun, and Song Burnsoo for their lifelong commitment to the establishment of contemporary Korean art. In the 1970s and 1980s, Park Suk Won presented his wood sculptures, through which he pursued his artistic practice of accumulation. In large-format paintings Park Jang-Nyun dealt with the depiction of hyperrealistic forms made of hemp fabric. Song Burnsoo is represented by a large tapestry made in the early 1990s and his later paintings in which his exploration of religious symbols is articulated. This richly illustrated publication offers insight into the oeuvres of three important contemporary Korean artists.