The missing link

Agriculture does not top many young people’s “most wanted” wish list of careers.

Suk Moo Lee is a sensation in his native Korea: He has combined farming and camping to invent ‘farmping’ on his blueberry farm and, in 2013, his innovation brought in USD 200,000 in profit. Suk Moo swapped his polished shoes for work boots in 2010, moving from Korea’s capital Seoul to rural Eumseong-gun to start his own business: “As a little boy, I dreamed of becoming an entrepreneur. After examining the opportunities in various industries, I discovered that the agricultural sector had enormous potential for prosperity” says Suk Moo. Full story in Huffington Post