Post Tagged with: "March 1st Movement"

Yu Hye-kyung, a grand-niece of patriot Yu Gwan-sun, is holding a photo of Yu In-Seok(on the right side), who is her grandfather and younger brother of Yu Gwan-sun, and her uncle Yu Je-chong(on the left side), at the opening ceremony for a memorial to Yu Gwan-sun. (Photo via The Korea Times)

‘The Spirit of Yu Gwan-sun is in the Spotlight Again’

East Asian, History, Metro Area, New York February 28, 2019 at 4:14 pm

The grand-niece of Yu Gwan-sun, a heroine of the March 1st Korean independence movement, speaks with The Korea Times about her great-aunt and other relatives active in the movement.

On Jan. 15, Senator Toby Ann Stavisky (woman with a red jacket in a front row) and Assemblyman Ron Kim (man with a blue tie in a front row) were delivering a proclamation to honor Korea’s March first Independence Movement and Yu Gwan-sun. (Photo via The Korea Daily)

Proclamation Marking Korean Independence Movement Adopted in NYS Legislature

East Asian, Government, History January 18, 2019 at 5:18 pm

Members of the Korean community applauded the adoption of a resolution that designates March 1, 2019 in honor of the centennial of the March 1st independence movement, report The Korea Daily and The Korea Times.

The Korean Independence Movement Day celebration in New York (Photo via The New York Ilbo)

Korean Americans Mark ‘Samiljeol’

East Asian, History, New York March 2, 2017 at 5:29 pm

Korean Americans in the New York City area marked the 98th anniversary of Samiljeol, the independence movement against Japanese rule, The New York Ilbo reports.