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    N. Korean Defectors to Perform at Concert for Peacei
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    July 25, 2013 4:25 PM
    A North Korean pianist who defected to South Korea is to headline a concert in Seoul on July 26 marking the 60th anniversary of the end of fighting from the Korean War. VOA's Daniel Schearf interviewed Kim Cheol Woong about the "Concert for Peace," his work supporting fellow North Korean refugees, and his hopes for the Korean peninsula.

    N. Korean Defectors to Perform at Concert for Peace

    Published July 25, 2013

    A North Korean pianist who defected to South Korea is to headline a concert in Seoul on July 26 marking the 60th anniversary of the end of fighting from the Korean War. VOA's Daniel Schearf interviewed Kim Cheol Woong about the "Concert for Peace," his work supporting fellow North Korean refugees, and his hopes for the Korean peninsula.


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