The 대한결핵협회 / Korean National Tuberculosis Association (KNTA), known for issuing the Korean Christmas seals since 1949, also published some materials related to both the March 1 movement of 1919, 80 years ago, as well as the 74th anniversary of Korean independence from Japan in 1945. That’s a lot of anniversaries in one sentence!
Firstly the materials relating to Korea’s independence movements over time. Most of these materials can be found on KNTA’s Facebook page:
Of course KNTA knows its own history very well. Here are examples from KNTA’s Facebook page of Christmas seals from the 1980s and 1990s:
Several of the seals in the past had a direct relationship to nature protection:
And lastly some examples from 1992 and 1993:
All materials shown are copyright KNTA. Have a look at their blog, for instance the page on the independence fighters. But most importantly it is interesting to realize KNTA actually still sells quite a few of the Christmas seals of the last years, so get them while stocks last!