Pyongyang, August 21 (KCNA) — The “National Marchers Group for Abolition of the ‘Security Law'” in south Korea reportedly launched its action in the city of Pusan on August 13.
The group left Seoul on July 22 and had marched across south Korea while conducting one-day march, candle-light cultural functions and one million-men signature campaign and other activities aimed at the abrogation of the evil law, together with members of civic and public organizations and youth and student organizations in the areas.
The group arrived in Pusan on the evening of that day.
On the same day it took part in the cultural event, which was sponsored by the Pusan Youth Association for the Nation and Democracy to urge the abolition of the SL.
The group also conducted a “march of representatives of civic and public organizations in Pusan demanding the abrogation of SL” in the city.
A meeting was held at Pusan University that day to review the activities the group has conducted so far.
Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/northkoreatravel/14298360901/