Two weeks ago in Gyeonggi, South Korea, I experienced a profoundly moving moment, matched only by the experience of an afternoon spent last year in Hiroshima with an 86-year-old hibakusha - as Japanese survivors of the American atomic bombing of their country are called.
Ms Lee Ok -seon, 92 years old and still stiff from a surgery she underwent in July, was enjoying the warmth of early winter's afternoon sun when I called on her at the House of Sharing located in a south-western corner of the country.
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