Gwangju News

Restrospective: Kim Geun Tae, Godfather of Democracy in Korea

He was jailed, he was tortured and he was an enemy of dictators. His involvement in the pro-democracy movement earned him a place on Korea's most wanted list for nearly 20 years. But Kim Geun-tae never gave up the fight. Eventually he was elected to office in the very democracy he helped create. He passed away late last month, but the greatness of the man will forever live on.

Gwangju News is Looking for Photographers

Talented photographer Mark Eaton posted today about the Gwangju News needs photographers to submit photos for a 2-page layout showcasing the photographers work. This is a great way to get exposure for you photography and to get your work printed.

The Gwangju News is looking for about 10-15 photos from the photographer for consideration and that is it! Now for those that are doubtful that their work is good enough, just think to yourself “what do I have to lose?” NOTHING. Then ask yourself “What do I have to gain?” Exposure, confidence in your work, satisfaction that your passion has got on the pages of a print publication that is read by many people… Thats enough for me!

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