I also helped with the return of smuggled artifacts to Japan… ‘Cultural Heritage Keepers’ who lose their jobs


“I can’t let this artifact out! You can’t even put a knife through my throat.” The man who had entrusted the relics flinched at the words of the Cultural Heritage Appraiser screaming. The relic was the Buncheong Sagi Cemetery, where the names and deeds of the deceased were engraved and buried in the tombs 500 years ago. In May 1998, a fight broke out at the customs inspection facility at Gimhae Airport. Introduce yourself as a member of the Korean Antiquities Association and review the relics of this cemetery


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