ROK Drop carries this photo , with some action in the comments section, from the Korea Times:
I should add that Ahn’s fame and memorabilia extends into the Korean communities in Yanbian and Heilongjiang province — he is a hero all around. The cleavages of the Cold War have set Koreans asunder — North, South, Japanese diaspora, Chinese diaspora, North American diaspora, and global diaspora — but there are some things everyone still seems to agree on. The Korea Times, preparing for the 90th anniversary of the shooting, gives a deposition here on “Ito’s 15 crimes.”
Ito Hirobumi, by the way, was an architect of the Japanese constitution who stopped in Seattle in, I believe, 1901 and left some tender and gorgeous calligraphy behind which was recently restored for a Japanese-language school in the Puget Sound. Overlapping narratives, anyone?