There are times when our dearest Schmoes have complained that we're a little too white-washed on this site, featuring only the select few women of other colors/ethnicities to be represented. Seeing as how back in March 1st of 1919, the Samil Movement, with its 33 key players, read aloud the words of Choe Nam-seon, declaring Independence for Korean citizens. Out of fear of riots, the initial reading was done at a more private location, but as word of the declaration passed through the country. Later on in that day, student Chung Jae-yong, reread the declaration aloud in a more public location, Pagoda Park, and a procession began, despite Japanese military police trying to stop it. For all of that, we now have the freedom to stare at gorgeous Korean women. (And in my case, the Korean men as well.)
Pictured here: Bang Eun Young, Cha Sun Hwa, Ha Ga Eun, Kim Ha Yul and Park Hyun Sun.
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