Song Hye Kyo and Sungshin Womens’ University’s professor Seo Kyung Duk have made another step in spreading knowledge of Korean history!  in  News

Back by:  asian  on  March 1, 2019 07:51 AM

Song Hye Kyo and Sungshin Womens’ University’s professor Seo Kyung Duk have made another step in spreading knowledge of Korean history!

 On the 100th anniversary of the movement, Song Hye-kyo began another meaningful journey with Seok Kyung Deok. 

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Song Hye-kyo donated a large Korean signboard (tree) and a signboard (copper plate) to the 'Lee Jun-sa Memorial Hall' in The Hague, Netherlands, 

The two have steadily donated Korean manuals to the Independence Movement sites overseas. We also released the 'History of Korea' homepage earlier this year so that we can download all the guides for it anytime and anywhere. 

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Here, donating large Korean signboards and signboards to the 'Lee Jun Sung Memorial Hall' for the 100th anniversary of the 3.1 movement, added meaning to the 100th anniversary of the 3.1 movement. Professor Suh Kyung-duk said, "Although we plan to donate Korean manuals steadily, we will donate large Korean signboards and signs (copper plates) to the Lee Jun-sa Memorial Hall in the Hague, Holland, There are quite a few places in Korea that do not have proper Hangul signboards, or even if they are old and need replacing, I started to donate Hangul signboards that can be a face to our ruins. " In particular, the two donated a large relief work of the special envoys of the Hague (Lee Jun, Lee Ji-jong, Lee Sang-eul) to the Lee Joon-sa Memorial Hall in 2013 and actively encouraged European visitors to visit.

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Professor Seo said, "The preservation of the remains of overseas independence sites is not so good, but it is the best way to protect the independence movement sites in other countries with our interest and frequent visits to the sites. "He said. "Song Hye-kyo is making a really good precedent that shows how people can contribute to the nation as a Korean wave star."  

On the other hand, Song Hye Kyo and Seo Kyung Duk have steadily donated their Korean guidebooks to 15 places of overseas independence movement including Chongqing Provisional Government Building, Shanghai Yun Bong Gil Memorial Hall, and An Chang Ho House in Los Angeles.

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