Song Hye-kyo again... Doing good deeds with Professor Seo Kyeong-deok
Song Hye-kyo again... Doing good deeds with Professor Seo Kyeong-deok
Professor Seo Kyung-deok donates 10,000 copies of Korean and Mongolian language guides to the actors Song Hye-kyo and Lee Tae-jun Memorial Hall.

On the morning of the 13th, Professor Seo Gyeong-deok of Sungshin Women's University posted on his Instagram, "There is a 'Lee Tae-jun Memorial Park' in downtown Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia." He went on to explain, “Lee Tae-jun moved to Ulaanbaatar in 1914 and devoted himself to the independence movement, transporting independence funds to the provisional government in Shanghai and participating in the activities of the Uiyeoldan.”

Professor Seo said, "I visited the Lee Tae-jun Memorial Park last month. I learned that a new 'Lee Tae-jun Memorial Hall' will be built here within this year." He added, "Recently, 10,000 copies of a guide to the Lee Tae-jun Memorial Hall, which is being built in consultation with the Korean Association of Mongolia, which is in charge of site management. We decided to produce and donate it in Korean and Mongolian.”
Song Hye-kyo again... Doing good deeds with Professor Seo Kyeong-deok
Song Hye-kyo again... Doing good deeds with Professor Seo Kyeong-deok
He said, “This time too, the combination of ‘planner Seo Kyung-deok and sponsor Song Hye-kyo’ is planning to join forces.” Professor Seo emphasized, “Only our continued interest and visits will be the best way to publicize and preserve the historic sites of the Korean independence movement that have been neglected overseas.”

He then asked for support, saying, "For 13 years, together with Hye-kyo, we have donated Korean guides, Korean signboards, relief works, etc. to 35 overseas Korean independence movement historical sites."

For 13 years since 2007, Professor Seo and Song Hye-kyo have donated Korean guides, Korean signboards, and relief works of independence activists to 35 overseas Korean independence movement historical sites in commemoration of the Republic of Korea Memorial Day.
Below is the full text of Professor Seo Kyung-deok’s article:

There is ‘Lee Tae-jun Memorial Park’ in downtown Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
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Taejun Lee moved to Ulaanbaatar in 1914 and devoted himself to the independence movement, transporting independence funds to the provisional government in Shanghai and participating in the activities of the Uiyeoldan.
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I visited Taejun Lee Memorial Park last month, and learned that a new ‘Taejun Lee Memorial Hall’ will be built there within this year.
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Accordingly, in consultation with the Mongolian Korean Association, which is in charge of site management, we decided to produce and donate 10,000 copies of a guidebook about the late Lee Tae-jun in Korean and Mongolian to the newly built Lee Tae-jun Memorial Hall.
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This time too, the combination of ‘planner Seo Kyung-deok and sponsor Song Hye-kyo’ is expected to join forces.
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Anyway, the situation of the Korean independence movement historical sites remaining around the world is not very good.
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However, our continued interest and visits will be the best way to publicize and preserve the historic sites of the Korean independence movement that are neglected overseas.
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For the past 13 years, together with Hye-kyo, we have donated Korean guides, Korean signboards, relief works, etc. to 35 overseas Korean independence movement historical sites.
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Then, please give us your support for this year’s project that will be carried out in the future.

Ten Asia Reporter Lee So-jeong forusojung@tenasia.co.kr translated by google