A Korean edition of Talking walls

A Korean publishing company  added:  a story , a new cover and title to  the book

The title: Culture and History…Hearing Walls of the World

Translated excerpts from the  text…

Many colorful ribbons tied to a barbed wire fence flutter in the wind. On each ribbon is written Korean people’s wishes  that one day North  and South Korea will be reunified as one. It is a symbolic sight in Imgingak, the northernmost  place  that South Korean  civilans are permitted to travel. When the Korean War 1950-53 ended the North and South were separated by the DMZ.Many families torn apart by the barbed-wire fence couldn’t meet again.




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