SEOUL, March 2 (Korea Bizwire) — Sungshin Women’s University professor Seo Kyung-duk, who is widely known for promoting the Taegeukgi, the South Korea’s national flag, at home and abroad, said Sunday that he will launch a “Second Taegeukgi Error Correction Campaign” to mark the 101st anniversary of the March 1 Independence Movement Day.
Those who find errors on Korean flags at tourist sites, hotels, and on tourist buses can send a tip by email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a photo, and Seo’s team will call the agency directly to ask for a correction, and send a new Korean flag.
Seo hosted the first campaign in 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japanese colonial rule.
At that time, he made progress by correcting an inaccurate Taegeukgi on a Frankfurt tour bus and at a Swiss hotel.
The campaign will run from March 1 to National Liberation Day. Organizers plan to receive information first and focus on corrective work until the first day of March next year.
In addition, Seo’s team will also correct errors of the Korean national flag in Korea itself.
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