Lee, 92, is now part of a fast-dwindling group of survivors, known as hibakusha, that feels a growing urgency — desperation even — to tell their stories. These last witnesses to what happened 75 years ago this Thursday want to reach a younger generation that they feel is losing sight of the horror.
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For nearly 70 years, until he turned 85, Lee Jong-keun hid his past as an atomic bomb survivor
In an instant, 80,000 died, while generations after would carry the scars of the world's first atomic bombing.