Birds in the sky, do not laugh at me
Winds in the desert, do not laugh at me
No hands, no feet, no legs
I am going to live, even if I crawl, I will live eventually.
Even if I die, even if I die, I will live again
No hands, no feet, no legs,
I will live again, even if I crawl, I will live eventually.
Even if I die, even if I die, I will live again eventually.
Oh my blood, burning in my vein,
Even if I die, even if I die, I will live again in the end
For the day of liberation...
The photos below are from the book No More Murders, in Korean and English. Below is a photo of police attacking disabled demonstrators attempting to set up a tent city in Gwanghwamun train station. As you can see, a policeman is straddling Mr. Yeong-seok Park in the wheelchair to try to subdue him:
This next photo is a picture of a disabled mother and nondisabled son. The mother is on oxygen and holds a sign protesting the gap between trains and platforms, because they are not negotiable for people with disbailities: