Stoned is the Korean independent magazine created by surfers for surf enthusiasts. The intent of the editors, based in Seoul but collaborators on all Asian coasts, is to create a magazine that tells the practice of surfing in the purest, most genuine and faithful to its own traditions.
The magazine completely represents this community and its lifestyle, which in the "earthly" life is made up of simplicity, beautiful clubs, often skateboard tables and suggestive places. At sea it becomes a direct relationship between man, the waves, his board and physical fatigue.
The magazine has an important photographic component that accompanies interviews, reports and tales of the sea to enthusiasts and professionals of this practice who tell their adventures and practical advice to other lovers of sliding along the waves.
This issue talks about surfing events in Korea, life periods spent surfing and their memories, of the sea in winter, of how an architect can become passionate about surfing and photography.
Language: Korean and English (full translation)
Dimensions: 22x30 cm