YEOSU, South Korea--A Japanese pavilion showcasing stories about the Great East Japan Earthquake is attracting large crowds in this South Korean city.
The theme of International Exposition Yeosu Korea 2012 is “The Living Ocean and Coast: Diversity of Resources and Sustainable Activities.”
At the Japanese pavilion, a story about a boy who lost his family in the March 11, 2011, tsunami, and how he overcomes the tragedy, is being shown.
The organizer of the expo has not revealed the numbers of visitors at the pavilions other than South Korean exhibits. But an official at the Japanese pavilion said the facility drew 330,000 visitors as of late June.
International Exposition Yeosu Korea 2012 runs through Aug. 12.
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