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Birth Houses of Suk Jung and An Hu Duk

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Birth Houses of Suk Jung and An Hu Duk_<Korean Independent activist>
  • Location : 139 Yeduk, Wolya, Hampyeong
  • Jeonnam, Site : 1,025㎡ (310평)
  • Detached house(56.1m2) Servants'house(49.5m2) Small servant��s house(39.6m2) and constructing walls and main door(320m)
  • Construction Expenses : 1,134,000,000 Won (Government Expenses 340,000,000 Won, District Expenses 397,000,000 Won, County Expenses 397,000,000 Won)
  • Promotion Results
    • - establishing basic plans and collecting data/ensuring expenses(County Expenses 100,000,000 Won Government Expenses 90,000,000 Won)
    • - Birth House's planning and restoration completed (proposing additional ensuring expenses / Working on)
An Duk Hu was born in Yedong town, Yeduk, Wolya, Hampyeong on 11th November 1905. He met Kim Cheol while he was studying at Whimun Middle school, donated Provisional Government operating funds and joined Kim Gu's Patriotic Corps(when he was 19 years old), returned Korea temporary with a mission of collecting campaign funds, borrowed 45000 Won(It was Huge amount at the moment) on his property and donated the money for Provisional Government operating funds(he was 21 years old), Joined Korean Young Men Alliance, the headquarter in China. He was elected on the chief of Shanghai branch committee at Shanghai general meeting, spread anti-Japan written appeals in the city of Shanghai. While he was working as a member of central executive committee, returned Korea to collect independent funds, but he was arrested, sentenced 5 years imprison and served. After released from prison, he passed away at 42 years old. The business is to praise his sublimity independent patriotic spirits sacrificed his mind and body for Korean independent and to use as a historical real education space.