유료 구독자 전용 무료 회원 공개 전체 공개
Moon Young-me was one of the five million South Koreans estimated to have come out onto the streets in June 1987. She was bare-faced, wearing no makeup or fancy clothing. That was the norm for the student protest culture at the time. She was a 21-year-old history major, a transfer student at Yonsei University, participating in war of a sort. “The guys would throw stones from the frontlines. And girls would collect the stones,” Moon remembered the student protests against the military dictators
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