Filter Photo presents 《Better Days》, a solo exhibition featuring the work of Korean artist Seunggu Kim. 《Better Days》 describes Korean spectacles and the way the people of South Korea enjoy their leisure time. Through photography, Kim is interested in describing how we live, using the camera to show a reality that balances the unnatural elements in the rectangular frame and also describes how we have acclimated to the social ironies of our times. South Korea has developed rapidly over 40 years, leading to a variety of social incongruities. One of the ironies of this new development is long working hours with very short periods of rest and recuperation. During vacations and holidays, Koreans try their best to enjoy the time off from work, but due to lack of time to travel, they spend most of their time visiting tourist destinations in nearby urban areas. As a result, the leisure places around Seoul and the surrounding suburbs try to entertain their customers with increasing degrees of novelty. This novelty often results in a blend of western and Korean cultures.