7 members of Korean Women association in Germany and 6 members of Japanese Women gathering in Germany visited Gwangju on 10th October, as one part of Korea-Japan historical sites exploration program.
Posterior to visiting the May 18 Former Cemetery (Number 24), they listened to the guide regarding the stories of poet Nam-ju Kim and martyr for democracy Seong-hye Park. Additionally, they went to the National May 18 Cemetery and paid respects to the victims of the May 18 Uprising.
In spite of the raining day, they paid fully attention to the guider and made a visit to the May 18 Memorial.
Visiting the May 18 Former Cemetery (Number 24)
Paying respects to the victims of the May 18 Uprising in the National May 18 Cemetery
Listening the guide concerning the democracy poet Nam-ju Kim