Remembering the Gwangju Uprising

Courtney Lazore
May 17 · 7 min read
Gwangju Uprising
Gwangju Uprising
Protestors at a government building in Gwangju on May 18, 1980. Photo credit: May 18 Memorial Foundation.



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Courtney Lazore

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Writer. Creator of TheBTSEffect.com. Editor @ Revolutionaries. Editor-in-Chief @ The Kraze. Research interests: BTS, fandom, Korean culture/history.

Revolutionaries

Content to inspire and uplift; an intersection of arts, culture, philosophy, sociology, psychology and self for the modern day revolutionary.

Courtney Lazore

Written by

Writer. Creator of TheBTSEffect.com. Editor @ Revolutionaries. Editor-in-Chief @ The Kraze. Research interests: BTS, fandom, Korean culture/history.

Revolutionaries

Content to inspire and uplift; an intersection of arts, culture, philosophy, sociology, psychology and self for the modern day revolutionary.

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