Author : Paul Courtright
Photo by: Robin Moyer
Publisher : Hollym
232 page/ 153 * 220 mm 435g
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About This Book
Paul Courtright, a young man who came to Korea as a Peace Corps volunteer, was taking care of a Hansen patient in Hohyewon in the 80th year of the Gwangju Democratic Uprising.
The ordinary young man faced the Gwangju Democratization Movement on his way back from regular checkups.
Paul risks his life to cross the mountain and head to the U.S. Embassy in Seoul to inform the situation in Gwangju.
Paul constantly recorded what he witnessed during the Gwangju Democratic Uprising.
He continued his life, putting off notes and memories on one side.
This book contains the powerful modern Korean history that changed the life and character of a young man in a very short period of time.
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