By YOHEI GOTO/ Senior Staff Writer
December 1, 2022 at 07:00 JST
ANT-Hiroshima leader Tomoko Watanabe speaks at an event held in Lee Jong-keun’s memory in Hiroshima on Nov. 6. (Yuhei Kyono)
HIROSHIMA--A new documentary video produced by a nonprofit organization shows the late Lee Jong-keun, an ethnic Korean who grew up in Japan, telling his life story of overcoming discrimination and surviving the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. [Read More]
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