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Calligraphic work to support virus-hit China

General 12:41 February 19, 2020
Calligraphic work to support virus-hit China
Calligraphic work to support virus-hit China

Oh Myung-seop (R), a South Korean calligrapher, presents his calligraphic work to Chinese Consul General to Gwangju Sun Xianyu in the southwestern city of Gwangju on Feb. 19, 2020, as a token of his support for China's efforts to contain the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. The calligraphy carries the four-character Chinese idiom "Songmubaekyeol," which literally means an oak tree is pleased when a pine tree grows thick and refers to a state of ideal friendship in which a real friend takes pleasure in his or her friend's success. (Yonhap)
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General 12:41 February 19, 2020
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