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Standing up for statue


On Sunday in Busan’s Dong District, members of a civic group protest the city government’s decision to relocate a statue symbolizing Korean victims of forced labor during Japanese colonial rule, which was erected near the Japanese Consulate in Dong District without the city’s permission. [SONG BONG-GEUN]

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