Korean art pierces souls of traumatized nation

This article appears in the Francis in Korea feature series. View the full series.

Seoul, South Korea — A rally in downtown Seoul drew tens of thousands Friday. On the edge of the plaza, a makeshift art exhibit, featuring paintings and photographs, was wet up to commemorate those who died in the April 16 Sewol ferry sinking. Much of the art has come from the creative hands of children. 

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