Feburary IDR Project - Jay Laliwala
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Quote: "Graciously allowed..." Uncle says. His voice is shaking, he's so mad. How dare they twist the words! Why can't they at least be honest -we are being forced to take Japanese names!"
Now Presenting a play based on a realistic fiction book called, "When My Name Was Keoko". It's author's name is Linda Sue Park.
It's rated 5 out of 5 stars and appeals to realistic fiction lovers. We hope you all enjoy it!!
The Japanese Occupation in South Korea took place during World War ll and all people of that land had to comply with Japanese customs.
Uncle and Abuji are worried about what will happen next since they haveto change their names to Japanese along with their traditions.
They can't take away our names or our dignity!!
What's going to happen?!?!?!?
People supporting the Anti-Japanese sentiment in South Korea were beaten and kept in jail for months and then released back into society to show everyone not to go against the Japanese.
The Japanese demanded all supplies from people for their soldiers to use during the war. So, farmlands were taken over, and also clothes and food were taken from almost every home.
Give us (the Japanese) all your food and supplies which we need for the war against those Americans!!
The only hope South Korea has to gain it's freedom is the Americans and its allies. Will they be able to win the war against Japan? Read to find out what happens next...
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