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[Eye Plus] Dilkusha: Tribute to historic witness of March 1 MovementBy Bae Hyunjung
Published : March 13, 2021 - 16:01
Just like the fate of its founder, the building has faced upheavals since it was built in 1924.
Restoration kicked off in 2016 and the historic place was open to the public late last month, shortly ahead of March 1.
Dilkusha is available for visits from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. throughout the week, excluding Monday and New Year’s Day.
Photos by Park Hyun-koo
Written by Bae Hyun-jung
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