Kim Gu


This book is an autobiography of an independent activist, Kim Gu, who worked for the independence and reunification of his country for the rest of his life because he loves the country. Kim Gu is a person of great patriotism, as Japan kills Japanese people and goes to jail to pay back their enemies when they defeat Empress, the country's national mother. Kim Gu was born in 1876 (13th year of King Gojong) as a son of a poor farmer in Haeju, Hwanghae Province. I went to Seodang from a young age, but at this time, I studied hard all day and night as I walked 10 miles on a rough mountain path without going through a day. It was said that Kim Gu was a naughty boy when he was a child and tried to eat rice cakes by stealing his father's purse with a spoon at home. He reflects on the matter and, as he enters his father's advice, goes to see the past to bring up a fallen family, but returns without taking a test. It was because he was very disappointed with the appearance of the rotting test center. The country became more and more difficult, and the people's lives became more difficult. After seeing this, Kim decided to do the right thing for the country and the people.


He entered Donghak in 1893 and was appointed as the host of Palbong. He became a pioneer of the Donghak Peasant Movement and was imprisoned in the Incheon Supervisory Authority in 1896 by defeating Lieutenant Suchida of the Japanese Army in Chihapo. Two years later, when there was no sign of going out, he escaped and became a monk. After that, he founded a school and joined the Shinminhoe Association, the largest secret organization in Korea. However, he was imprisoned in 1911 for a 105-person incident. In addition, after leaving the country four years later, he carried out an enlightenment campaign for farmers and fled to China on March 1, 1919 to participate in the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea. Kim Gu insisted that Korea's independence should be achieved through our own power. So, he planned to defeat the Japanese army while training the Liberation Army. In 1931, the Korean American Patriots were formed, and in 1932, Lee Bong-chang's Yoon Bong-gil was founded. In 1940, if the Korean Liberation Army was organized by the Provisional Government as an interim government and carried out military activities, it always fought for the independence of the country at the highest peak of the anti-Japanese movement. In 1945, the homeland the teacher wanted so much was liberated from Japan.


However, this is not the end of the teacher, but the teacher has since unfolded a campaign for national unification. But four years later, he died while being assassinated by Doo-hee Ahn, who tried to impede the unification movement. Kim Gu has devoted his life to the independence and unification of the country. Nevertheless, I felt that it was too unfair because I was shot and killed by the same people. However, the spirit he left made me think a lot about the love of the country. Thinking of these things, we should get our hearts back. Thinking of those who fought for our country for us. We should also try hard to make a great power by informing our country to other countries by imitating Mr. Kim's thoughts and working hard for the country. Even if not always, I should love and care for my country more and more thanks to the sacrifices of these people.

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