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Purging Pro-Japanese Groups is a Task of the Times
Ryu Dong-hyeon  |  r12dh16@naver.com
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           Do you know what day March 1, 1919 is? This is the day when the nationwide independence movement took place, showing the world the desire for the independence of the Republic of Korea. This movement led Japan to change its course of rule from coercion to cultural rule. Many of the patriots had to spend a hell of a time in prison. But there is still a pro-Japanese group and their offspring are living well. We have to overcome the legacy of this pro-Japanese group. Then, South Korea should be able to stand up right away.
           Since the liberation from Japanese colonial rule in 1945, the Republic of Korea has been in conflict with the U.S. military rule and the obstruction of Rhee Syngman about activities of the Special Committee on Anti-National Activities. The pro-Japanese group of the Republic of Korea, because of this situation, did not pay for their anti-national activities. As a result, the pro-Japanese group’s wealth and power have passed to their descendants. For example, Lee Byung-moo’s, who dismissed the Korean Empire's military by threatening King Sunjong’s great-grandchild, served as a lawmaker. Min Byung-do, grandson of Min Young-hui, who spearheaded Korea's colonization, was the governor of the Bank of Korea and is making a lot of money from tourists visiting Nami Island which he owns. Cleaning up the pro-Japanese group is very important. If people learn that they can live well even if they betray their nation, they will emerge again in a national crisis. Cleaning up the pro-Japanese group, therefore, can prevent the problem that may happen in the future as well as fix past issues. The pro-Japanese group is now almost dead. The only thing we can do for cleaning up the pro-Japanese group is confiscating the property of their descendants. The pro-Japanese group who amassed a fortune must be tracked down and their property tenaciously returned to the public purse. This will become an example to the people and serve as a stepping stone to avoid repeating this painful history.

           Now we live in a society 100 years after the March 1 Independence Movement. But we still have not fully accomplished the cleansing of the pro-Japanese group, so we have not yet addressed the grudges of independence activists. Although it is not possible to directly punish those who have already died long before, the pro-Japanese group should even have the property they left to their descendants seized and form a possible clearing up the pro-Japanese group. 

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