[역사속 아시아·6.19] Karaoke-Tang’s agricultural and fishery market opens (1985), Brazil’s Corona kills more than 500,000 (2021), Cory nuclear power plant is No. 1 ignition (1977)

Today, the Karak-Tang Agriculture and Fisheries Wholesale Market opened in 1985.

“I wait silently all day / wait / do nothing / do nothing / do nothing / do nothing / sin / see a bird sitting on an apple tree / in an oak grove / Owls can hear the sound. / Waiting / Sitting on the ground / Watching the darkness fall on the fig leaves / Waiting for the last train of the day to end / I don’t know what to expect from it / Waiting / Everywhere is dark / a small town where dogs bark / are you waiting for your dog to do something? ”– Kong Ho-jin,“ Waiting Day ”

“Suddenly no great power appears. It’s not a grape or a fig. Well, if you want to eat a fig, I’ll answer.’It will take time. Let’s make the flowers bloom first. Next time we will make up for it. This Let me rest like that. “Even figs don’t come right away. So how can you get the fruit of the human heart quickly and easily within an hour? If you can, never expect it. – Epictetus “Mental Mistakes”

1910 The Salvation Army camp of the Yasokai (now King Wen of Zhou) is completed.

In 1931, he organized a Hangul study group such as JoMan-shik Yangju-dong.

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

1951 500 Colombian soldiers participate in the war as UN forces

1960 Eisenhower visits South Korea

1960 Korean Air was established

1961 Lee Pyongyang Seoul sends a letter from Tokyo to the Supreme Council for National Reconstruction.

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

Student protests against the 1969 third constitutional amendment begin

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

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

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

In 1999, Mt. Minyoung Mi and Mt. Kongo were detained during the tour.
– Min Young-mi was released on June 25 after five days of detention, but the tour of Mt. Kyung-kong was suspended for 45 days.
In 2005, Kyung Min Kim fired at GB at Yong Young in Gyeonggi, killing eight people and injuring two.

2014 Seoul Executive Court Verdict “Union Outlaw”

Nuclear power plant since 2017, no demand. After a one-39 year operation, President Moon Jae-in stopped the operation at midnight on June 18, when he announced the nuclear disarmament.

The 2017 Judiciary Representatives Meeting was held to request further investigation of the judicial blocklist allegations and the dismissal of executives from the administrative court’s secretariat.

In 2017, 22-year-old Otto Vampire returned to the United States in a coma after being detained in North Korea for 17 months.

2019 national special cultural tradition no. 9 Tanabata Festival Park Nagaki died (87 years old)

2019 Bispiye Krasnich Goodman Kosovo Torture Victims Rehabilitation Center (KRCT) Activist 2nd Kim Bok-Tong Peace Prize

Novelist Joe Hay (79 years old) who died in 2020 “Winter girl

In 2021, Baridon Kihun Kim is the world’s most prestigious athlete and the first Korean winner of the BBC Cardiff singer in the World Opera Regional Division.

Brazil’s Corona Death Tomb.Brazil, following the United States today, surpassed the 500,000 mark last year

1846 America’s first baseball game

1865 The last slave is released in Texas, USA
– To commemorate this, Texas has declared June 19th as Teenager Day and 1980 as a holiday. Later, it was called Black Independence Day and was declared a holiday in all states of the United States. South Dakota. Impact of Floyd Incident 2020 June 17, 2021 was declared the 11th US Federal Holiday.

1917 British House of Commons gives women the right to vote

1937 British writer James Matthew Barrie dies at the age of 77, Peter Bone

1953 American nuclear spy Rosenberg was executed, and the first citizen in American history was hanged for espionage.

President Benbella was dismissed during a military coup in Algeria in 1965.

1968 United Nations Security Council adopts a joint resolution on the security of non-nuclear states

Successful launch of satellites developed in 10 European countries in 1981

2016 Rome, Italy, the first female mayor in 127 years, Virginia Large (37-year-old Five Star Movement)

2020 game “The Last of Us” (2013 Best Sports Award 249 times, 20 million copies sold) 2 releases

In 2021, Brazil will be the second country after the United States, killing more than 500,000 people from Covit-19 disease.

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