South Korea paid tribute to its former president Roh Moo-hyun as thousands of people gathered to commemorate 10th anniversary of his death with yellow visors. The memorial event was held in the rural village of Bongha in Gimhae also his birth place located about 450 km from Seoul.
Former U.S President George W. Bush was also present at the event where he paid tribute to Roh and handover a portrait to his family. He committed suicide by falling from a cliff after the claims of corruption scandal surfaced including his family members. Roh is known for contemporary liberalism in South Korea and his sudden death caused national grief.
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