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4.19 Revolution Citizen Festival 2014

4.19 Revolution Citizen Festival 2014   This festival is to remind us of that time when Korea united as one and had a vision for the future. This became the foot hold of a new Korea. The 4.19 revolution was led by students and citizens’ hand-in-hand to change the government. This was the only time […]

Goryeong County to Celebrate Daegaya
Goryeong County to Celebrate Daegaya

Daegaya Festival will take place again in Goryeong County. Daegaya was a city-state of the Gaya confederacy during the Korean Three Kingdoms period. Present-day Goryeong County?was where Daegaya used to be located. Goryeong is a county in the Gyeongsangbuk-do Province. Daegu is on the east, Hapcheon to the south, Geochang to the west, and Seongju […]

68 Years Later, Comfort Women Still Cry
68 Years Later, Comfort Women Still Cry

  News on Comfort Women Memorial Peace Monument sits in a chair next to an empty chair of the same likeness outside the Japanese Embassy in Seoul. The teenage girl’s hands and feet are bare, a sign of humiliation. Her dress is traditional but simple, her face without a smile and expressionless but her gaze […]

Hidden Market Streets of Busy Daegu
Hidden Market Streets of Busy Daegu

The Moonjunseongshi of Bangchun Market – What is Moonjunseongshi? It is a marketplace where people come together to communicate with each other. It is a cultural market for vendors and buyers to communicate in the common language of the arts. – Bangchun Market Moonjunseongshi This project started in January of 2009 sponsored and created by […]