Emperor Sunjong and Empress Sunjeonghyo, 1907, Photo Album of the Imperial Family, 21x28.5cm, ca.1909, Collection of The Museum of Photography, Seoul
Yi Un and Yi Bangja, the last Crown Princely Couple of Korea
Emperor Sunjong of Korea, Prince Imperial Yeong of Korea, and Crown Prince Yoshihito (future Emperor Taisho) of Japan in Korea, 1907
1960 Myung Dong Rotary in Seoul, Korea. 1960년 명동 로타리
Vintage Japanese Postcard Manchukuo Map manchuria korea china transportation old
1930's Japanese Postcard " Japan - Manchukuo Relationship Map " published by The Imperial Reservists' Association headquarters / with Sino Japanese War memorial stamp "Building the new order of the East Asia", manchuria korea china transportation old / vintage antique old art card / Japanese history historic paper material Japan
Seoul Station, c1930 일제강점기 사진엽서 - 서울 역사(京城驛). Completed in 1925. http://www.pinterest.com/chengyuanchieh/
Seoul: Main train station,1962년 서울 역
Busan: Japanese soldier and son, December 1945. "At the docks in Fusan, Koreans had been brought brought back to their native land and Japanese were being sent back to Japan . The United States Military Government was in charge."
Gojong, Emperor Gwangmu of the Yi Dynasty of Korea - Gojong was forced to abdicate by the Japanese and Gojong's son Sunjong succeeded to the throne. After abdicating, Gojong was confined to the Deoksu Palace by the Japanese. On 22 August 1910, the Empire of Korea was annexed by Japan under the Japan-Korea Annexation Treaty. Gojong died suddenly on 21 January 1919 at Deoksugung Palace (many speculating assassination by poisoning).
View of the Japanese Imperial HQ Building from the Gyeongbok Palace Throne Hall 경복궁(景福宮)의 어제와 오늘