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Metalica Fans from Milan and WatchMojo take a look at one of the founding big four of thrash metal the history of the American heavy metal band, Metallica. View the full 2-hour commemorative 30 year anniversary Documentary on YouTube.
Sungnyemun (Korean: ìˆë¡€ë¬¸; Hanja(Chinese character): å´‡ç¦®é–€; means "Gate of Respecting Propriety") or Namdaemun(Korean; ë‚¨ëŒ€ë¬¸, means "The Great South Gate") is a gate of Seoul City Walls located in the heart of Seoul This gate was regarded as one of the most iconic Korean landmarks. Until February 10th, Sungnyemun had been the oldest wood-built structure remaining in Seoul. The construction of this gate began in 1395 during the fourth year of the reign of King Taejo of Joseon and was finished in 1398. The gate had been off-limits to the public since Japanese colonial authorities built an electric tramway nearby in 1907. The gate was repaired in the early 1960s, and again in 2005, when the Seoul City Government decided to open the gate to the Public. The Gate was entitled 'Korean National Treasure No. 1' in 1962. Full story available here: http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=LWHrCD8xrVQ
http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=wCh6mQX7ROM -------------------------------------------------------------- NamDaeMun (The Great South Gate), a 600 year old landmark, world heritage site, and South Korea's No. 1 National Treasure was burned down on February 10th, 2008 in what is reported to be an act of vandalism from a single disgruntled elderly Korean man.