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August 31, 2016 
A worker labours on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" in central Seoul,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A worker labours on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" in central Seoul 
A worker labours on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" in central Seoul, South Korea, August 29, 2016. Picture taken on August 29, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
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August 31, 2016 
Workers rest as they labour on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" in central... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Workers rest as they labour on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" in central... 
Workers rest as they labour on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" in central Seoul, South Korea, August 29, 2016. Picture taken on August 29, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji 
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December 28, 2013 
South Korean workers gather in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate"... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean workers gather in front of Namdaemun during a general strike in Seoul 
South Korean workers gather in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" during a general strike in Seoul December 28, 2013. About 30,000 South Korean workers attend the rally against government decision to set up a unit to run a high-speed bullet train which they say will lead to privatisation and layoffs. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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October 01, 2013 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean troops attend military parade in front of Namdaemun, during ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary... 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" during a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of Armed Forces Day on the street in central Seoul October 1, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY) 
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October 01, 2013 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean troops attend military parade in front of Namdaemun during ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary... 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" during a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of Armed Forces Day on the street in central Seoul October 1, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY) 
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October 01, 2013 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean troops attend military parade in front of Namdaemun, during ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary... 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" during a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of Armed Forces Day on the street in central Seoul October 1, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY) 
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October 01, 2013 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean troops attend military parade in front of Namdaemun, during ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary... 
South Korean troops attend a military parade in front of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate" during a ceremony to mark the 65th anniversary of Armed Forces Day on the street in central Seoul October 1, 2013. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY ANNIVERSARY) 
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May 04, 2013 
A South Korean traditional gate guard sounds the opening drum during the reopening ceremony of the landmark... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A South Korean traditional gate guard sounds the opening drum during the reopening ceremony of the landmark... 
A South Korean traditional gate guard sounds the opening drum during the reopening ceremony of the landmark Sungnyemun Gate, or Namdaemun Gate, in Seoul May 4, 2013. South Korea on Saturday reopened its ancient Namdaemun gate (South Gate) to the public, five years after the historic landmark in central Seoul was destroyed in an arson attack. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
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May 04, 2013 
South Korean dancers perform during the reopening ceremony of the landmark Sungnyemun Gate, or Namdaemun... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean dancers perform during the reopening ceremony of the landmark Sungnyemun Gate, or Namdaemun... 
South Korean dancers perform during the reopening ceremony of the landmark Sungnyemun Gate, or Namdaemun Gate, in Seoul May 4, 2013. South Korea on Saturday reopened its ancient Namdaemun gate (South Gate) to the public, five years after the historic landmark in central Seoul was destroyed in an arson attack. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
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November 04, 2011 
Visitors look at a large-sized lantern featuring South Korea's "National Treasure No. 1", officially... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Visitors look at a large-sized lantern during the Seoul Lantern Festival in central Seoul 
Visitors look at a large-sized lantern featuring South Korea's "National Treasure No. 1", officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", during the Seoul Lantern Festival at the Cheonggye stream in central Seoul November 4, 2011. The festival will run from November 4 to 20. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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January 04, 2010 
Vehicles move slowly during snowy weather on a road in front of Dongdaemun or the Great East Gate in... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Vehicles move slowly during snowy weather on a road in front of Dongdaemun or the Great East Gate in... 
Vehicles move slowly during snowy weather on a road in front of Dongdaemun or the Great East Gate in Seoul January 4, 2010. Large parts of the Korean peninsula were blanketed with heavy snow on Monday that snarled the rush hour commute in Seoul and caused havoc on the first working day of the new year. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
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February 16, 2009 
North Korean soldiers with their rifles patrol in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in... 
Goseong, South Korea 
North Korean soldiers with their rifles patrol in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in... 
North Korean soldiers with their rifles patrol in the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas in this picture taken from South Korea's Goseong county, about 330 km (205 miles) northeast of Seoul, February 16, 2009. With figure skaters, strange weather patterns, a fresh missile threat and ageing cadres praising a "peerlessly great man", North Korea celebrated leader Kim Jong-il's 67th birthday on Monday. While the North basked in festivities for Kim, who suffered a suspected stroke in August but appears to have recovered, the region was on edge over a possible missile launch. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE QUALITY DUE TO LARGE CROP 
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February 10, 2009 
Dancers perform during a traditional religious service marking the first anniversary of the fire on Namdaemun,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Dancers perform during a traditional religious service marking the first anniversary of the fire on Namdaemun,... 
Dancers perform during a traditional religious service marking the first anniversary of the fire on Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in front of the restoration site in Seoul February 10, 2009. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10, 2008 by an arsonist. The site was opened to the public to mark the first anniversary of the fire. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 10, 2009 
A woman hangs a piece of paper with her wish for 'perfect restoration of the fire-damaged Namdaemun',... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A woman hangs a piece of paper with her wish for 'perfect restoration of the fire-damaged Namdaemun in... 
A woman hangs a piece of paper with her wish for 'perfect restoration of the fire-damaged Namdaemun', officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", during the first anniversary of the fire in front of the restoration site in Seoul February 10, 2009. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10, 2008 by an arsonist. The site was opened to the public to mark the first anniversary of the fire. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 10, 2009 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the fire-damaged Namdaemun in Seoul 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or 'Great South Gate', in Seoul February 10, 2009. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10, 2008 by an arsonist. The site was opened to the public to mark the first anniversary of the fire. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 10, 2009 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in Seoul February 10, 2009. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10, 2008 by an arsonist. The site was opened to the public to mark the first anniversary of the fire. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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RTXBFUA 
February 10, 2009 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun 
Visitors look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in Seoul February 10, 2009. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10, 2008 by an arsonist. The site was opened to the public to mark the first anniversary of the fire. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 10, 2009 
A man and his daughter look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun, officially called... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Man and his daughter look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun 
A man and his daughter look at restoration works at the site of the damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in Seoul February 10, 2009. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10, 2008 by an arsonist. The site was opened to the public to mark the first anniversary of the fire. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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RTXB7HJ 
February 04, 2009 
Japan's self-defense army soldiers raise South Korea's national flag in front of a snow sculpture in... 
Sapporo, Japan 
Japan's self-defense army soldiers raise South Korea's national flag in front of a snow sculpture a rehearsal... 
Japan's self-defense army soldiers raise South Korea's national flag in front of a snow sculpture in the shape of South Korea's 'Namdaemun', which was badly damaged by fire in 2008, at a rehearsal for the opening of the 60th Sapporo snow festival, northern island of Japan, February 4, 2009. About 270 snow and ice sculptures are exhibited in the one of Japan's famous winter events which goes on from Feb 5 to 11. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN) 
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August 20, 2008 
Fire-fighters stand in front of Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", after... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Fire-fighters stand in front of Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", after... 
Fire-fighters stand in front of Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", after a fire drill in Seoul August 20, 2008. The drill, a part of a South Korea-U.S. combined military exercise Ulchi Freedom Guardian, was carried out on Wednesday in hopes of preventing the damage to cultural properties by fire after the country's 600-year-old gate Namdaemun or "Great South Gate" was destroyed by an arsonist last February. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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August 20, 2008 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", during... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, "Great East Gate", during a fire drill in Seoul 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", during a fire drill in Seoul August 20, 2008. The drill, a part of a South Korea-U.S. combined military exercise Ulchi Freedom Guardian, was carried out on Wednesday in hopes of preventing the damage to cultural properties by fire after the country's 600-year-old gate Namdaemun or "Great South Gate" was destroyed by an arsonist last February. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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August 20, 2008 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", during... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, "Great East Gate", during a fire drill in Seoul 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", during a fire drill in Seoul August 20, 2008. The drill, a part of a South Korea-U.S. combined military exercise Ulchi Freedom Guardian, was carried out on Wednesday in hopes of preventing the damage to cultural properties by fire after the country's 600-year-old gate Namdaemun or "Great South Gate" was destroyed by an arsonist last February. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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August 20, 2008 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", during... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, "Great East Gate", during a fire drill in Seoul 
Fire-fighters splash water on Dongdaemun, officially called Heunginjimun, or "Great East Gate", during an fire drill in Seoul August 20, 2008. The drill, a part of a South Korea-U.S. combined military exercise Ulchi Freedom Guardian, was carried out on Wednesday in hopes of preventing the damage to cultural properties by fire after the country's 600-year-old gate Namdaemun or "Great South Gate" was destroyed by an arsonist last February. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
A shaman holding knifes performs during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A shaman holding knifes performs during a memorial service for the Namdaemun in front of the fire-damaged... 
A shaman holding knifes performs during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", in front of the fire-damaged gate in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
Dancers perform during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Dancers perform during a memorial service for the Namdaemun in front of the fire-damaged gate in Seoul... 
Dancers perform during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", in front of the fire-damaged gate in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
Dancers perform during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Dancers perform during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great... 
Dancers perform during a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
People holding artificial flowers attend a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun... 
Seoul, South Korea 
People holding artificial flowers attend a memorial service for the Namdaemun in Seoul 
People holding artificial flowers attend a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in front of the fire-damaged gate in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
A woman holding artificial flowers attends a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A woman holding artificial flowers attends a memorial service for the Namdaemun in Seoul 
A woman holding artificial flowers attends a memorial service for the Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in front of the fire-damaged gate in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
Labourers work to restore the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate",... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Labourers work to restore the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate",... 
Labourers work to restore the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 18, 2008 
Labourers work to restore the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate",... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Labourers work to restore the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate",... 
Labourers work to restore the fire-damaged Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun or "Great South Gate", in Seoul February 18, 2008. The 600-year-old gate, designated as the country's number one national treasure, was burnt down on February 10 by a 70-year-old arsonist who was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
A man works to fence Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A man works to fence Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed... 
A man works to fence Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008, while an arson suspect reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
A man leaves a funeral altar set in front of fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A man leaves a funeral altar set in front of fenced Namdaemun or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed... 
A man leaves a funeral altar set in front of fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008, while an arson suspect reconstructing the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Policemen stand guard around fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Policemen stand guard around fenced Namdaemun or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in... 
Policemen stand guard around fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008, while an arson suspect reconstructing the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Namdaemun (C), officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, is... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Namdaemun or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, is seen in Seoul 
Namdaemun (C), officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, is seen in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front L) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front L) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (2nd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (2nd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Kwak Sung-ho/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (3rd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (3rd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008, as a policeman (R) carries items which Chae used to set the fire. REUTERS/Kwak Sung-ho/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Kwak Sung-ho/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (2nd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (2nd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi leaves in a police van after an on-the-spot inspection with police officers... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi leaves in a police van after an on-the-spot inspection with police officers... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi leaves in a police van after an on-the-spot inspection with police officers at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) leaves in a police van as a policeman blocks photographers after an on-the-spot... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Arson suspect Chae leaves in a police van as a policeman blocks photographers after an on-the-spot inspection... 
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) leaves in a police van as a policeman blocks photographers after an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 15, 2008 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun... 
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
A man wearing a traditional Hanbok plays a traditional flute in front of the fenced gate during a funeral... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Man wearing traditional Hanbok plays traditional flute during funeral service organised by civic group... 
A man wearing a traditional Hanbok plays a traditional flute in front of the fenced gate during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
Police stand guard at the fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Police stand guard at fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was... 
Police stand guard at the fenced Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A view of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire... 
Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul is seen February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A view of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire... 
Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul is seen February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A view of Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire... 
Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul is seen February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
A man bows in front of the fenced gate during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Man bows during funeral service organised by civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun,... 
A man bows in front of the fenced gate during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
Women bow in front of the fenced gate during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Women bow during funeral service organised by civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun,... 
Women bow in front of the fenced gate during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire in Seoul February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
A man wearing traditional Hanbok plays a traditional flute during a funeral service organised by a civic... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Man wearing traditional Hanbok plays traditional flute during funeral service organised by civic group... 
A man wearing traditional Hanbok plays a traditional flute during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in front of the fenced gate in Seoul February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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February 12, 2008 
A man wearing a traditional Hanbok plays a traditional flute during a funeral service organised by a... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Man wearing traditional Hanbok plays traditional flute during funeral service organised by civic group... 
A man wearing a traditional Hanbok plays a traditional flute during a funeral service organised by a civic group for Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in front of the fenced gate in Seoul February 12, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down the 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA) 
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