[역사속 아시아·6.19] The Karaoke-Tang agricultural and fishery market opened (1985), the number of deaths from corona in Brazil exceeded 500,000 (2021), and the Cory nuclear power station number one. 1 itching (1977)

Today marks the opening of the Karak-Tang Wholesale Agricultural and Fisheries Market in 1985

“I wait silently all day / I wait / I do nothing / I do nothing / I do nothing / I sin / I see a bird sitting on an apple tree / on an oak / I hear the sound of an owl. / Waiting for the last train of the day to pass / Then not knowing what to expect / Waiting / Because it’s dark everywhere / A small town where dogs bark / Are you waiting for the dogs to do something? ” – Kong Ho-jin, ‘Waiting Day’

“No great force appears suddenly. Not even grapes, not even figs. Now, if you say you want to eat figs, I’ll answer you. ‘It takes time. Let the flowers bloom first. Next time you will help us. Let it rest like this.” Even figs do not come quickly, that is, within one hour, how can the fruit of the human heart be found quickly and easily? Even if you can do it, never rely on it. “- Epictetus ‘Mental Illness’

1910 The Salvation Army camp in Yajukai (now Sinmun-Ro) is completed.

1931 Jo Man-shik Yangju-dong, etc. Organized the Hangul Research Community.

1946 Ministry of Education announces Seoul National University Program (launched August 22 of the same year)

1951 500 Colombian soldiers enter the war as UN troops

1960 Eisenhower visited Korea

1960 Korea Air was founded

1961 Lee Pyongyang-Seoul sends a letter from Tokyo to the General Assembly on National Construction.

1964 11th Asian Film Festival: Best Actor (Shin Sang-Ok), Best Actor (Shin Young-Kyun)

1969 Student protests against the three-term constitutional amendment begin

Unit 1 of Cory Atomic Power Station (output of 595,000 kW) since 1977

1981 Korea Sports Association recommends North Korea form a team for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics

1985 Karachi Wholesale Agriculture and Fisheries Market, 8,200 tons per day (2.5 million tons per year) in the city area.
Korea’s largest wholesale market, which handles 45% of agricultural products and seafood

1999 Min Young-mi Mt. Kumgang was detained during the visit.
– Min Young-mi was released on June 25 after five days in custody, but his trip to Mount Kyungkong was suspended for 45 days.
In 2005, eight people were killed and two others injured when Dong-min Kim opened fire on a GB in Yongyon, Kyongyi-do.

Seoul Executive Court ruling of 2014 ‘illegal union’

Nuclear power plant since 2017, demand No. 1, after 39 years of operation, ceased operations at midnight on June 18, when President Moon Jae-in announced a nuclear disarmament.

The 2017 National Conference of Representatives of the Judiciary was held to demand further investigation into allegations of List of Judicial Barriers and the removal of Executives from the Secretariat of the Administrative Court in their duties.

In 2017, 22-year-old Otto Vampire returned to the United States in a coma after a 17-month ban in North Korea.

National Culture of Wonderful Culture 2019 no. 9 Hidden Star Festival Park Chang-Qi dies (87 years old)

2019 Bispiye Krasnich Goodman Kosovo Center for Victims of Torture (KRCT) Activist Second Bok Bok T Tong Peace Prize

2020 Dead Novel Writer Joe Hay (age 79) 『Winter Girl

2021 Baridon Ki-Hoon Kim is the world’s most prestigious participant, the first Korean Korean winner Cardiff Singer of the Opera Zone Unit in the World.

Corona’s death cemetery in Brazil. Today, following the United States, Brazil exceeded 500,000 marks last year

1846 America’s first baseball game

1865 The last slave is released in Texas, USA
– To commemorate this, the state of Texas declared June 19 as Youth Day and 1980 as a public holiday. Thereafter, it was called Black Freedom Day and was declared a holiday in every state of the United States. South Dakota. The Impact of the Floyd 2020 Event June 17, 2021 was declared the 11th anniversary of the US federation.

1917 The British House of Representatives gives women the right to vote

1937 British writer James Matthew Barry dies at age 77, Peter Bonn

1953 US nuclear spy Rosenberg assassinated, the first civilian in US history to be hanged.

President Ben Bella was ousted during the 1965 military coup in Algeria

1968 The UN Security Council adopts a joint resolution on the security of non-nuclear powers

1981 Successful launch of a satellite developed by 10 European nations

2016 ROME, Italy Birth of the first female mayor in 127 years, Virginia Raj (37-year-old five-star movement)

2020 Game ‘Our Last’ (249 Best Sports Awards 201399 times, 20 million copies sold) 2 editions

2021 Brazil will be the second country after the United States to have more than 500,000 deaths from Covit-19.

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