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On Mar. 4, with South Korea’s intensifying #MeToo movement [https://www.koreaexpose.com/kevin-spacey-metoo-korea-sexual-harassment/], the annual Korea Women’s March took place in central Seoul. Hosted byKorean Women’s Association United [http://women21.or.kr/notice/10786] (KWAU) and the 3.8 Women’s Day Organizing Committee [http://38women.co.kr/374?category=726610], the march began in Gwanghwamun, south of the historic Gyeongbokgung Palace. The dress code for the event was black or purple, whi
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