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Remembering resistance


A large sign reading “Daehanminguk manse,” or “Long live Korea,” hangs on the exterior of Lotte World Tower, the tallest skyscraper in Korea, in Jamsil, southeastern Seoul, on Monday. The sign celebrates the March 1 national holiday, which marks one of the earliest public displays of Korean resistance on March 1, 1919, during the Japanese colonial period (1910-45). The poster, which starts from the 42nd floor and goes up to the 58th floor, is 42 meters wide and 45 meters long. [LOTTE WORLD TOWER]

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