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Thursday, November 4, 2010

UFOs No Strangers To Korea

By Burke Josslin
Korea Herald Staff Reporter

September 4, 1995. "Load-type" UFO filmed by newspaper reporter in Gyeonggi Province. February, 1998. Saucer-shaped UFO filmed in Busan. April 9, 2001. Rod-shaped UFO captured on film by another TV cameraman. May 5, 2001. TV cameraman catches unidentified flying object on film in Cheong-ju, North Chungcheong Province.

Whether you believe in aliens or not, mysterious objects have been seen buzzing the skies of Korea. A simple Internet search will reveal hundreds of Korean UFO home pages. So far, no crashes. No abductions. But that doesn't mean you can shelve your camera.

Seo Jong-han has dedicated 20 years to studying, tearing apart, and occasionally verifying the twenty or so UFO photographs that crop up every year. Apart from his day job as computer game developer, Seo is a member of the Korea UFO Research Association (KUFORA), a small group of analysts that subjects each reported sighting in Korea to close, computer-aided scrutiny.

"When I was in the fifth grade, I read a magazine called 'Boys Central.' They had articles about UFOs every month, and I just got curious about it," Seo said.

Each photo is examined through a computer for traces of forgery. Seo compares the reflection of sunrays in the photograph to the alleged position of the photographer at the time it was taken. He checks astronomical charts to see if planets, shooting stars or solar flares were visible. He considers the testimony of the photographer and looks for inconsistencies in the reports of other witnesses. He then sends the survivors to another researcher in Japan for a second opinion.

"Ninety-nine percent of the photos I get are fakes," Seo said.

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