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Many of us have been in long distance relationships. Sometimes with a time difference, sometimes not being able to see your significant other for months at a time. When video chatting, texting, and everything social media can give us just isn’t enough, this couple found a way to put themselves together again.

The artists of ShinLiArt Danbi Shin, currently in New York, and Seok Li, currently in Seoul, connect through photographs. The project Half & Half joins two very different locations and lifestyles with their similarities.

Although they are 14 hours apart, the Korean couple stays together in more ways than one.

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