In Miryang, South Korea, fight has begun between modern and ancient Korea as power line grows.
People living in Miryang are nestled against forest mountains and has maintained its ancient Korean rituals. Farmers have spent their lives around the seasons and dead people are buried along the mountainsides.
But as the area is going to its modern state, more electrical power lines are planned to be constructed that will pass through the village and their burial area and has made the residents alarmed.
Residents are against of the said project of KEPCO and they are even willing to sacrifice their own lives just to stop the construction of the electrical power lines, written by Choe Sang-Hun on The New York Times.
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