Why do we ever stop playing and creating? With charm and humor, celebrated Korean author Young-ha Kim invokes the world’s greatest artists to urge you to unleash your inner child — the artist who wanted to play forever. (Filmed at TEDxSeoul.)

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  1. I can't thank you enough Young-ha Kim.
    Your appealing thoughts killed the Art Devil- that used to creep around me all the time.

    I I love art, teach Graphic Design to high school students but was not able to convince myself to believe in Art because of Devil of Reasoning with all those magical questions "what for, why for".
    For the past two weeks I have been watching videos, reading articles and discussing about "why art is important for human society", and nothing could satisfy my monstrous questions.

    But I found my answer in your video. "Art is not FOR anything" and this key thought opened up all the locking questions.
    and now I know I wasn't getting answer because my questions were wrong.
    I was comparing Art with other professions while it's beyond comparison.

    There was an urgent need to be honest whether I believe in, what I ask students in the classroom.
    I usually don't write comments on videos I watch, but I realize how important it is, to show gratitude to such detangling thoughts.
    So thank you so much for sharing your ideas. Best!

  2. How do you know that dancer only responded that just to take them off her way because she was not in the mood to chat right then?

  3. It's not even in a language I understand, had it watch it with the subtitles but I'm so glad I watched it. One of the best speeches on art and creativity. So moved!

  4. 맞아요. 저는 시간이 생기면 "글!" 이란 생각이 바로 드는 사람이에요. 취미가 뭐냐 물어오면 "글쓰는 거요." 라고 답하는데 웃긴건 저는 제 자신의 일부가 글이라고 생각한다는 거에요. 내 몸의 일부와도 같은 글을 단지 '취미'라고 말하는건 이상한 것 아닌가,,, 하는 생각이 들게 만드는 강의였네요. 친구가 왜 글을 쓰냐고 물으면 그냥 쓴다고 답해왔는데 그게 가장 적합한 대답인 것 같아요. 정말 그냥 씁니다. 잘하든 못하든 상관이 없이 그냥 하게 돼요. 우리 모두는 그런 예술적 취향 하나씩은 있지 않나 싶어요. 모두들 취미로 행복한 시간 보내셨음 좋겠습니다. 🙂

  5. this was such an important speech for me. i love art but i could never imagine myself majoring in any kind of art. whether it is writing drawing or acting. bc the jobs are low paid. And this speech showed me that I still could do art. that i could be two different people

  6. 강의하시는분은 한국인인데 댓글에는 한국인이별로 안보이네…예술을 안하는데에는 여러가지 이유가 있겠지만 못할 이유는 없다는 걸 깨달았네요 참 좋은 강의 잘들었습니다.

  7. I got a little bored half way through but I'm glad I stuck with it because I loved the whole "outrunning the art devil" thing. I search far and wide for good advice on creativity on the web and it's pretty difficult to find genuinely original/helpful advise.

  8. Just so you all know, even for me, a South Korean who have been born and lived here for 30 years, this gentleman's talking speed is way too fast. I saw his another lecture before and he talked slow enough in that clip.

    I guess he had to talk fast this time to finish within the given time limit. I just hope you guys to not fight over the speaking speed and subtitles anymore. He had to talk like it, in his own language, of course. It would be cruel to blame him for that. Let's just focus his message, which is worth to spend 10 minuets of your life trying to read subtitles, instead.

  9. Would it be possible to put more videos on Kim Young-Ha  Writing's lectures with eng sub please?
    I have also seen  some of his  book-themed radio program on youtube …
    It would be awesome to translate some of them too=)

    Thanks in advance


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