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2 Mar. 2007
Former spy soldiers, who were trained to infiltrate... more
KOREA-JAPAN/
RTR1MYI2
2 Mar. 2007
Seoul, South Korea
Former spy soldiers, who were trained to infiltrate North Korea, sing the South Korea national anthem while standing behind a row of five dog heads during a protest celebrating the anniversary of the March 1, 1919 Independence Movement in Korea against Japan's colonial rule (1910-1945) near the Japanese embassy in Seoul March 1, 2007. The dog heads were used to represent the five Korean ministers of Chosun Dynasty (1392-1910), who turned traitors to the country as they conspired in the Eulsa Treaty (the Second Korea-Japan Pact) in 1905 by which Japan took away the dynasty's sovereignty of diplomacy. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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