Fucheng Chu's Rescue of Koo Kim, the Founding Father of the Republic of Korea: Focusing on the Autobiography of Bai Fan
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Koo Kim, the founding father of the Republic of Korea, was wanted by Japanese military and police for “Tokyo incident” and “Hongkou incident”. He took refuge to Jiaxing under the rescue of Fucheng Chu. In Jiaxing, Koo Kim also moved many times; he once lived in Haiyan and Yanjiabang, and even in fishing boats. The “South Lake Conference” which was held during this period established Koo Kim's status; the meeting was of great significance in the history of Korean independence movement.
Fucheng chu, Rescue, Koo kim: the founding father of the republic of korea