You can see Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall in Jung-gu, Seoul.
Ahn Jung-geun sacrificed his life to protect his country at a time when he was deprived of national sovereignty due to the Japanese invasion.
Because he was a national hero, many people still visit this place to honor his spirit even though it has been a long time since he died.
It is said that among those who visited Korea through KETA, there are many who visit here because they fell in love with Dr. Ahn Jung-geun's patriotism.
Opened in 1970 at the site of Namsan Joseon Shrine, which was a symbol of Japanese colonial rule, the Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall newly built in 2010
It is said to consist of a building with 12 glass columns tied together to symbolize the alliance.
According to KETA information, the exhibition room displays his entire life from birth to death.
If you are interested in Korean history, I would like you to visit.
Address: 91 Sowol-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
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