A thirty three-year-old starts a bar for right-wingers in South Korea
A bar in Sinchon-Dong, Seodaemun-Gu, Seoul is a bit different from any other bar. It sells traditional wine and liquor, but you can also find the right-wing political books such as "liberalism and communism" and "Korean War history" on the long shelf against the wall. A space separated by glass walls is called 'discussion room'. On the 24th, the thirty three-year-old owner "Park Gyul" had Korean war memorial badges enveloped in his own design.