Spark | Interview


Spark- Artist from South Korea

Times of Youth: For those who don’t know about you and your work, can you tell us a little about yourself? 

Spark: I am named as the ' SPARK ' for my activities and artistry, my work, my world, aiming to bring change in the lives of others through a message in the work, to make the world a great place to live in and give more hope.
Times of Youth: How would you describe your work to someone who has never known about it?

Spark: Description rather than expressing the thoughts and works of heart cannot be put forth. One needs to see it and think of this themselves.

Times of Youth: What sparked your initial interest in arts?

Spark: As with a lot of young kids I also had an interest in comic books. From then on, I began drawing pictures.

Times of Youth: What are the biggest challenges of working in your country?

Spark: A lot of good people in my field.

Times of Youth: At what age did you start doing all this work? Has your family always been supportive of this choice of career?

Spark: I was a 25-year-old who began to have a mind to do this. At first, my parents were against this, but still I continued to work hard. Now everyone shares the cheer.

Times of Youth: Which of your projects are you most proud of and why?

Spark: When people like my work and Understand the message regarding that work, then I'm the most proud.

Times of Youth: Where do you see yourself in next 5 years?

Spark: Me, on the world stage and a hope that lot of people love my work.

Times of Youth: Any message to your fans or followers via TIMES OF YOUTH? 

Spark: I hope whoever is challenged, they still live their dream.

Times of Youth: Do tell us how can fans can contact you to share their appreciation/feedback/suggestions.

Spark:  You can communicate via the Facebook page. When a fan leaves a message, I will give an answer. (https://www.facebook.com/riverparkspark)

I am named as the ' SPARK ' for my activities and artistry, my work, my world, aiming to bring change in the lives of others through a message in the work, to make the world a great place to live in and give more hope.