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Chun Doo-hwan, an infamous military dictator of South Korea, isn’t new to self-denial. For years, he has denied involvement in the Gwangju Democratization Movement — or Gwangju Uprising, as conservative skeptics like Chun call it. In his recent memoir, a massive trilogy spanning 2,000 pages, Chun is once again making headlines for denying his role in suppressing one of South Korea’s most iconic pro-democracy movements. On May 18 1980, shortly after Chun seized power through a military coup, t
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