These Aren't School Test Doodles. They're Art.

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Exam papers aren't only for test taking. In South Korea, they're for drawing.

Previously, Kotaku has covered interesting schoolbook doodles (here, here, here, and, um, here).

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Some of the tests are finished and scored. Some are blank, save for the added illustrations. In Korean, these are called "test examination scribbles" (시험지낙서). That's not exactly an accurate description, because some of these drawings are more art than mere doodle.

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