This post is part of a series in which we examine Jeju Island in the 1950s and 1960s as seen through the lens of photographer Kim Hong-in (1925-2004). These images were compiled by Jeju City Hall for an exhibition titled “The Way Jeju Was: Pictures of the Past.” Jeju World Wide has received permission from City Hall to republish a selection of these photographs to give our readers a glimpse into the island’s history, but please note that they are not to be reused or published in any form. Thank you. — Ed.

 

Photo provided by Jeju City Hall. Reproduction of this photo in any form is prohibited.

Moseulpo Port in the 1950s: Some wooden fishing boats are anchored at Moseulpo. There is a crowd of people on the shore, perhaps fishermen. Photo provided by Jeju City Hall. Reproduction of this photo in any form is prohibited.
1950년대 모슬포항 : 몇 척의 어선이 정박해 있는 모슬포항. 건너편 쪽에는 작업을 하는 듯 많은 사람들이 모여 있다.