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    Kyung-taek Na (b.1967, Naju) was a reporter and photographer for the Chonnam Daily Newspaper in 1980. The photographs of  May 18 Democratization Movement he documented  while in Gwangju (2,017 black and white images) have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage, serving as important documentary evidences. In February 1967, he joined Chonnam Maeil Newspaper and from 1980 served as Deputy Director of Gwangju Chonnam Branch and Deputy Director of Yonhap News Agency. Among others, he received the Courageous Reporter Award (1990) and took part in the Koream Photographers’ Association Press Photo Exhibition (1990). His publications include Angles & Eyes (2007, Sajinyesulsa).