Korea’s traditional folktale, ’A Fairy and A Woodcutter,’ has been passed down for generations in multiple version while known for its literary value as a folk literature as well. The encounter and separation between the woodcutter and the fairy form the narrative basis of the story, straddling between then heavenly and earthly worlds. Wing Tower is an installation of visualizing a dramatic moment when the fairy left for heaven fluttering her feathers after she found them. This project features a computer-generated dynamic image of a rotating tunnel representing the image as a medium of bridging the heaven and earth. As the cylindrical tunnel moves up, it opens up, breaking into triangles. The rising and splitting space represents the sad visage of the fairy and the despair of the woodcutter. The tower puts visitors in the perspectives of the fairy and the woodcutter. The Sulwha Cultural Exhibition, Sulwhasoo’s key cultural mécénat activity, shares the precious value of harmony and coexistence between tradition and modernity. Featuring traditional folktale as a theme since 2015, the exhibition has served as a cultural forum where young artists present their interpretation of folktale in a contemporary context, creating cross-generational resonance and cultural exchanges. Now in its 11st year, the Sulwha Cultural Exhibition has evolved into an engaging event that can connect with audiences across Asia.