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BUSAN, South Korea -- The private residence of the former president Noh Moo-hyun in Bonghwa, Gimhae village will be opened to the public. 

The Noh Moo-hyun foundation said as the former first lady Kwon Yang-sook promised to open the Mr.Noh's private residence to the public in 2011, it would be opened after repairing if the construction of the private resident that Mrs. Kwon will stay is completed in the first half year. 

Currently, over 5,000 people visit Bonghwa village on weekends now and the foundation expects that if the private residence of Mr. Noh is opened to the public, the number of visitors will increase even more. 

Source: Busan eFM News

Former President’s Residence to Be Open to the Public


BUSAN, South Korea – The private residence of the former president Noh Moo-hyun in Bonghwa, Gimhae village will be opened to the public. 

The Noh Moo-hyun foundation said as the former first lady Kwon Yang-sook promised to open the Mr.Noh’s private residence to the public in 2011, it would be opened after repairing if the construction of the private resident that Mrs. Kwon will stay is completed in the first half year. 

Currently, over 5,000 people visit Bonghwa village on weekends now and the foundation expects that if the private residence of Mr. Noh is opened to the public, the number of visitors will increase even more. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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