Genre: Documentary / Nature, Wildlife
Duration: 45min x 1ep
This is the story of the prehistoric petroglyphs that talk to us across the millennia. We introduce a tale of two countries, Portugal and Korea, who bear a striking resemblance in their dscovery of petroglyphs in the locations of Foz Côa Valley and Bangudae. We take this time to re-establish the significance of cultural heritage and highlight the importance of protecting these markers of ‘ancient futures.
Experts and locals gather to preserve the Bangudae Petroglyphs, and they are set on registering the rock engraving site on the UNESCO World Heritage List to protect it from further harm. They gather hints from a similar scenario that unfolded halfway across the world in a small valley in Portugal at the site of the Battle of Foz de Arouce.
Hyunjung KIM / Manager, Korea Content Village
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