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1/700 Korea Navy Ponokseon 1592

January 10, 2018 in Ships

Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–98)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_invasions_of_Korea_(1592–98)

Panokseon :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panokseon

Manufacturer : Aritist hobby
Scale : 1/700

General Yi Sun-sin has won all 23 naval battles on the Panokseon. He is one of the best naval commanders in history.

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11 responses to 1/700 Korea Navy Ponokseon 1592

  1. One word: WOW!
    Unbelievable workmanship.
    (kinda looks like that island in “Castaway”) 🙂

  2. WoW #2! I’ve never seen a ship like that! VERY interesting!!!

    Great diorama. (Adding the pencil & the lighter is a great idea, too for scale.)

  3. Oh well – WOW #3! I thought it was much bigger until I saw the pencil. And as always, your terrain and water modeling is extraordinary! Wonderful, visually exciting diorama.

  4. Fabulous work Won-hui – you get a great sense of the motion of the ship against the current of the sea – and in 1/700! Wow#4!

  5. Reminds me of a Fire Nation ship from the TV show Avatar! Fantastic work. Especially so in such a small scale.

  6. More museum quality artistry, Won-hui. Amazing and captivating work that transports to viewer to that place and time.

  7. Terrific and interesting at the same time.

  8. Really nice to see you in here my friend!
    and also really nice to see the ponokseon in here too!
    the panorama looks much more oriental in this diorama

  9. Hello Won-hui Lee,
    My compliments on this miniature diorama. Finished into the smallest details.
    Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.

  10. Aw, that’s tiny… But one only realizes it when the boat is posed beside the lighter. Excellent miniature work!

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