By Jung-Eun Ahn,Yoo JIn Ahn,Kevin Choi,Justin Jang,Heather Jeong,Eugenia Kim,Yejin Kim,Yoojin Kim,Eunice Ko,Manjun Koh
“If I did make up and wore lovely fits whilst i used to be younger, then i'll be lovely too,” acknowledged Byung-Hee Lee who was once one of many Korean heroines through the international Wars whilst I visited her in a nursing domestic in Korea. I learn the poem I devoted to her or even notwithstanding now she is long gone and left us, whilst she was once alive she instructed me, “Out new younger iteration aren't omit how we strived to struggle for our nation sooner than and through global warfare I and international battle II.” Her message remains to be engraved in my center. She was once ninety-nine years outdated and frail, yet i'll nonetheless consider her spirit used to be natural and glossy because the stars within the sky. She left us as she was once drawing a flower.
Like Byung-Hee Lee, there are numerous heroines who fought for our kingdom and its liberty. scholar ambassadors made their efforts translate 41 poems devoted to those heroines into English and submit the collection.
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41 Heroines: Flowers of the Morning Calm by Jung-Eun Ahn,Yoo JIn Ahn,Kevin Choi,Justin Jang,Heather Jeong,Eugenia Kim,Yejin Kim,Yoojin Kim,Eunice Ko,Manjun Koh