A Field Guide to the Birds of Korea was produced with the intention of promoting birds as symbols of peace and freedom, and heightening interest in the protection of ecosystems. It is the most extensive of its kind in Korea with information on 573 species, 24 orders and 84 families, encompassing all recorded bird species on the Korean Peninsula as well as some rare birds from around the world. The book contains detailed illustrations of various characteristics of each species including descriptions of male and female birds, parent birds and fledglings, and summer and winter plumage. In particular, the revised edition published in December 2020 provides additional content on scientific nomenclature, birdwatching etiquettes, diverse behaviors, and nesting habits.
A Field Guide to the Freshwater Fishes of Korea is an illustrated guide created by a of experts in the field of freshwater fish in Korea, including authors, artists, and ecological advisors. It records the national environment and ecosystems of the Korean Peninsula including rivers and lakes with the aim of generating greater interest in the protection of freshwater fish. It distinguishes itself from other pictorial guides with its delicate and detailed illustrations encompassing all freshwater fish species that inhabit the entire Korean Peninsula. It is the most extensive of its kind in Korea with information on 233 species, and 3D illustrations of each species, including descriptions of males, females, nuptial coloration, the young, and eggs. In addition, the book contains up-to-date distribution maps and field stories to assist in fish exploration.