Exhibition Chronicles History of Chosun Race in Yonbyun, ChinaA large photo exhibition detailing the lives of Korean residents in the Yonbyun district of China will go on display at the Sejong Gallery inside the Sejong Center for Performing Arts. The exibition will focus on Korean's daily life in the region from 1860 to the present.
The exibition, entitled 'Lost Trace Ⅱ-The History of the Chosun race for 100 years,' will be held from August 10 to 21. A.P.C. Korea will sponsor the event while the Museum of Liberty Osaka, the National Folk Museum of Korea and the Munwha Broadcast Corporation (MBC) plan to contribute to the exhibition.
The exhibition is made up of 300 pictures catogorized into three different areas; history, culture, and life. Photos to be featured in the exhibition come from Korean photographer Yu Eun-kyu (38). He has collected over 3,000 pictures of Korean life in the Yonbyun district over the past eight years.
Regarding the exhibition, Yu states, "These pictures have been passed down from generation to generation by members of the Chosun race. There are many pictures that contain valuable information that has not yet been exposed to Korean society."
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