April 22, 2010 – Gyeongju, Korea

Like any other country, each local is responsible in continuing the prestige his country’s heroes and ancestors have built in the time where freedom is an underrated word all over the world. One’s sacrifice is one’s enjoyment as the cliché goes.

About hundreds of students watched the heart-thrilling historical war show as part of their educational trip in Shilla Millenium Park. This show involves fight between two warriors with their allies, dancing by the beat of the local and few special effects on city wall splitting in two, emerging of giant sword and treasure box and expulsion of white smokes during the battle at sea.

Oh.

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