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[HanCinema's News] Professor Makes Positive Statements Regarding Song Hye-ko's Patriotism in Korean Media

2019/03/04 | 658 views | Permalink

On March 4th professor Seo Kyoung-Duk, of Seongsin Women's University has been making the rounds lately, discussing the centennial of the March 1st Independence Movement. As per South Korea's He has also discussed Song Hye-kyo and her role in putting a proper Korean plaque near the entrance of the Yi Jun Peace Museum in the Hague.

On the KBS1 morning program Morning Talk he noted how K-Pop has done a lot to improve Korea's branding overseas. However, he also noted that information about Korean independence and struggle against Japanese Occupation is not as well-known, and praised Song Hye-ko for her efforts to improve it, citing the plaque she donated to the Yi Jun Peace Museum in the Hague five years ago.

Seo Kyoung-Duk also appeared on Park Myung-soo's radio program, where he discussed Song Hye-ko's strong interest in history and how she would call him to ask questions about Japanese corporations and their role in Occupation. Song Hye-kyo once famously refused a job offer from Mitsubishi. These historical concerns were the reason why.

Written by William Schwartz

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