Korea’s National Liberation Day – 광복절 (Gwangbokjeol: literally ‘restoration of Light Day’)
On this day Korea in 1945, Korea was liberated from Japan’s 35-year-long colonial rule. The day also marks the establishment of the government of the Republic of Korea in 1948.
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For more information on the history of the Korea’s National liberation day and independence movement, make a visit to:
- Seoul Museum of History – captures the traditional culture of Seoul. Vestiges from the prehistoric era to modern Seoul are on display.
Travel info: http://bit.ly/Xx5J3m
- Seodamun Prison History Hall – is a special museum located at Seodaemun Independence Park; it was built near the end of the Joseon Dynasty (~1910), and was where Japanese soldiers tortured then later executed Korean followers of the Independence Movement.
Travel info: http://bit.ly/1v0AGMc
- Independence Hall of Korea – The Independence Hall of Korea is a centre dedicated to passing on the living spirit of the independence. A total of 90,000 pieces of relics are displayed and preserved.
Travel info: http://bit.ly/1xWpKLQ
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