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BUSAN, South Korea -- A school for the education of North Korean refugee students was opened in Busan Gangseo-gu. 

The Alliance of Action Movement for North Korean Human Rights and Democratization Foundation hosted the school's opening ceremony at 3 p.m., yesterday. 

13 students are registered and seven openings at the school were vacant. Four full-time teachers will teach at the school alongside 20 volunteers. The school will be called the Jang Dae-hyun (???) school. 

The school will be a boarding style unification alternative school. It was established after remodeling a four-story building. The renovations cost 1.2 billion won, which was donated by an anonymous benefactor. 

School For North Korean Refugees Opened in Gangseo-gu


BUSAN, South Korea — A school for the education of North Korean refugee students was opened in Busan Gangseo-gu. 

The Alliance of Action Movement for North Korean Human Rights and Democratization Foundation hosted the school’s opening ceremony at 3 p.m., yesterday. 

13 students are registered and seven openings at the school were vacant. Four full-time teachers will teach at the school alongside 20 volunteers. The school will be called the Jang Dae-hyun (???) school. 

The school will be a boarding style unification alternative school. It was established after remodeling a four-story building. The renovations cost 1.2 billion won, which was donated by an anonymous benefactor. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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