Biking the trail of potential nuclear disaster

Four Greenpeace activists ride bicycles to the communities living within a 30km radius of the Kori Nuclear Power Plant, the oldest such plant in South Korea. Along the way they held a banner that marks the distances from the plant to the communities. The bike ride ended at Haeundae beach in Busan. The same four activists had also been charged due to an earlier protest activity on Gwangan Bridge (also known as Gwangandaegyo), to raise public awareness on the dangers of nuclear power and call for an improvement of the current nuclear emergency plan.

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