A ballistic missile killer that catches satellites, why in the West Sea? A ballistic missile killer that catches satellites, why in the West Sea?

A ballistic missile killer that catches satellites, why in the West Sea?

A ballistic missile killer that catches satellites, why in the West Sea?  The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, the flagship of the US 5th Carrier Strike Group, arrived at the operational base in Busan, South Korea, on September 23 last year.   ( Moderator ) This is a 'Encyclopedia of New Weapons on the Korean Peninsula' that seeks to find a way to peace while accurately grasping the current state of the military confrontation on the Korean Peninsula. I am with Lee Il-woo, Executive Director of Korea's Self-Defense Network.  ( Moderator ) The best Korean and American warships are gathering on the west coast of Korea, and Japan is also busy. A move after North Korea announced it would launch a reconnaissance satellite?   ( Lee Il-woo )   On April 18th, Kim Jong-un gave on-site guidance to the National Space Development Agency and ordered the launch of Military Reconnaissance Satellite No. 1 within the scheduled time. Reports from North Korean state media at the time introduced that North Korea had already completed its self-made military reconnaissance satellite No. 1 and was preparing to launch it by loading it on a launch vehicle. It is said that the development is almost finished, and that several reconnaissance satellites have been created and a dedicated organization has been created for mass launch .  ( Moderator ) Why a reconnaissance satellite at this point? ( Lee Il -woo ) Recently, North Korea has been making a lot of means to strike the US aircraft carrier fleet from a distance, such as tsunami or cruise missiles . . Officially, the organization in charge of space development in North Korea is the National Space Development Agency , but separately from this , the <March 7 Scientists and Engineers Shock Brigade>, collectively referred to as the <3.7 Command>, is in operation, and this organization is operated by the National Defense Science Institute and the Party's Ministry of Munitions. It is being confirmed that key figures have taken up positions. Its name is space development, but in reality it is an organization for advancing intercontinental ballistic missile technology, and the military reconnaissance satellites they plan to build are also being created for the purpose of monitoring and tracking strategic assets of the United States and Korea.  ( Host ) What does it have to do with the gathering of the world's best warships in the West Sea?  ( Lee Il-woo ) This satellite launch is expected to take place at or around the Seohae Satellite Launching Station in Cheolsan-gun, Pyonganbuk-do on the west coast, and the launch vehicle is likely to be launched in the direction of the equator, that is, due to this, Japan is on the rocket flight orbit in Okinawa. The Patriot PAC-3 is deployed, Aegis destroyers loaded with SM-3 missiles are on standby, and a standing order is given to the Self-Defense Forces to intercept rocket propellants or warheads as soon as they invade Japanese airspace.  In the West Sea of ​​Korea, to be precise, in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do, movements presumed to be preparations for such an interception were observed. The Aegis destroyer John Finn, assigned to the 7th Fleet of the US Navy, entered Pyeongtaek Naval Base on April 21, and intelligence confirmed that the Aegis destroyer Sejong the Great and a general-purpose destroyer belonging to the 7th Mobile Flotilla of the ROK Navy also entered Pyeongtaek Naval Base on April 21. That's it.  ( Lee Il-woo ) The photo provided was taken by one of the informants, and it was confirmed that the USS John Finn entered port on April 21st and was scheduled to depart after spending time until the weekend. It is unusual for an American high-performance Aegis destroyer to enter Pyeongtaek, but the deployment of the Aegis destroyer and the 7th squadron this time has a special meaning.  From tracking and detection to defense , the perfect dual-sword destroyer  ( Moderator ) I read that the John Finn battleship is an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis destroyer, but since I do n't even know what Aegis is, it's hard to understand how special this battleship is .  ( Lee Il-woo ) Aegis was named after ' Aegis ', a shield given to his daughter Athena by Zeus, the king of the gods in Greek mythology.  It has been almost 40 years since the Arleigh Burke-class, an Aegis destroyer, appeared in the US Navy. So far, 70 ships have been built, and 20 more ships are scheduled to be built in the future. Since it has been a long time since it appeared, performance improvements have been continuously carried out. This model is classified as  ( Lee Il-woo ) As the computer generation changes, the hardware changes, and the operating system changes to Windows 95, 98, and later Windows 10. In North Korea, Red Star 1.0 and Red Star 4.0 change computer operating systems in this way. Software continues to evolve.  The Aegis radar mounted on the King Sejong-class Aegis destroyer of the Korean Navy is a model called SPY-1D, and this John Finn is also equipped with the same radar, but the operating system is different. South Korea is equipped with Baseline 7.1 and John Finn is equipped with Baseline 9.0, and as a separate system, an additional program called Aegis BMD, Ballistic Missile Defense, which is a ballistic missile defense system, is installed.  South Korean Aegis ships are similar in appearance to American Aegis ships, and have the same radar, but they have only an operating system and no BMD system, which is individual software for intercepting ballistic missiles, so they can see ballistic missiles but cannot intercept them. It is a tin can model without it.  When performing a ballistic missile tracking mission that only sees ballistic missiles, South Korea's Aegis ships allocate all output and computing power to ballistic missile tracking, so they cannot perform other missions at the same time. For example, older Aegis ships that perform ballistic missile detection and tracking missions cannot respond to anti-ship missiles or aircraft flying toward them. So, other Aegis ships or air defense destroyers protecting the Aegis ship must follow suit.  When Korea first purchased the Aegis system, it was jointly purchased with two countries, the United States and Japan, but it did not purchase an option called BMD separately, so it is the only country with a tin can Aegis among the jointly purchased Aegis ships at the time. Therefore, the United States frequently sends Aegis ships with BMD capabilities to the Korean Peninsula to provide ballistic missile response capabilities.  Ballistic Missile Killer John Finn also intercepts satellites  ( Lee Il-woo ) John Finn, who came to Pyeongtaek this time, is equipped with the latest Aegis software and can operate all versions of SM-3, SM-6 and SM-2 missiles.  Known as a ballistic missile killer, the SM-3 missile is the most accurate anti-ballistic missile weapon tested by the U.S. military to date. Block 1A and Block 1B have a range of 900km and an interception altitude, and from Block 2A, they have a range of 2,500km and an interception altitude of 1,500km, allowing them to intercept ballistic missiles as well as low-orbit satellites.  The SM-6 missile is a missile that has recently been spotlighted as a versatile missile by the US military. The latest Block 1B model recently developed also has hypersonic missile interception capability. John Finn, deployed this time in Pyeongtaek, has an integrated air missile defense and IAMD capability that can shoot SM-3 while catching ballistic missiles, and at the same time use SM-2 or SM-6 to counter enemy anti-ship missiles or aircraft. Originally, there was no such ship in the 7th Fleet in charge of the Western Pacific, but as of March 2, the latest Aegis ship assigned to the 7th Fleet entered the West Sea.  Gwanggaeto the Great , Choi Young , Yi Sun-sin , Sejong the Great  ( Moderator ) In line with John Finn's deployment, a situation where several battleships were gathered at the Pyeongtaek Naval Base was also captured. What kind of exercises do South Korea and the US appear to be preparing for?  ( Lee Il-woo ) In addition to John Finn, the warships identified by the informant at Pyeongtaek Port include the Sejong the Great, an Aegis ship belonging to the 7th Mobile Flotilla of the ROK Navy, the Choi Young, a Chungmugong Yi Sun-shin-class destroyer belonging to the same squadron, the Gwanggaeto the Great-class destroyer, and the Korean escort ship Daegu. class, etc. The 7th Mobile Flotilla operates the Jeju Naval Base and the Busan Operation Base as a residential base, and occasionally supports operations in the West Sea or East Sea. This time, two Korean destroyers deployed to the Pyeongtaek Base at the same time. The Sejong the Great will perform the mission of detecting and tracking North Korea's satellite projectiles or intercontinental ballistic missiles in the direction of the Philippine Sea, and Choi Yeong is armed with SM-2 surface-to-air missiles, so it closely escorts the Sejong the Great in case of emergency. It appears to have been deployed to carry out its mission.  John Finn's mission , estimated interception of North Korean satellite launch vehicle fragments  ( Lee Il-woo ) John Finn is presumed to have been assigned the mission of intercepting North Korea's satellite launch vehicle or ballistic missile along with them in the West Sea in preparation for a situation where they deviate from the normal orbit and drop propellant on the west coast or island of South Korea.  On April 17, South Korea also conducted ballistic missile response training with the Yulgok Yii, the US Navy Aegis destroyer Benfold, and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Aegis destroyer Atago in the East Sea. It appears to be leading ballistic missile defense training in both the West Sea and the East Sea of ​​the Korean Peninsula along with Korea and Japan.  ( Moderator ) Jaju National Defense Network Secretary General Lee Il-woo was with me.         Expatriate Burmese youth who are participating in national affairs  United States of America, The musical "Just a Day" was performed in San Francisco in the last week of January 2023.  Many young Burmese people in exile are contributing where they can to the Burmese people who have lost their lives and millions of people have fled their homes due to the coup army's attack and suppression. Among them are young people who are helping with art.  This is the musical play 'Sunny Day' to commemorate the Spring Revolution in the United States. They were dancing in San Francisco last January.  After the military coup, the sufferings of all classes, Willingness to revolutionize the authoritarian system, Many of the participants in the musical play, which depicts the hope and struggles of going through the cold and harsh days to reach a 'sunny day', are young people born in Burma who were born and raised and settled in the United States.  Because they were born and raised in America, some of them do not speak Burmese well. But when there is an emergency for Myanmar, they do what they can to help.  "I participated in the play 'Sunny Day' and did what I could for the suffering people of my country. While I can sleep here with a cool head and be comfortable, our people are struggling to be free and suffering. I kept that fact in my head whenever I was practicing for the play. In this play, I play the saxophone. And participated in two group dances.”  "I participated in this play because I wanted to raise money for Myanmar. I want to make people know about Myanmar people. We act by telling stories. People's houses are being raided. People are worried about even communicating with each other on the phone. People were arrested; Being killed. I was very sad. People don't have the peace they used to have."  Ma Mae Thandi Win, who participated in the group dance program and choreographer, said that she participated in the play because she wanted to help the people who are fighting with a very sad and painful heart because she saw the brutal suppression of the people of Burma who were fighting for democracy.  "Before this play, I was active in fundraisers and protests for Burma. Now the Sunny Day Theater is participating because I want to help Myanmar."  They live and study in America, which is known as the country with the best opportunities in the world, and have a peaceful and safe life. Those who are passing through a bright future. But they feel affected by the problems of the motherland and try to participate from their place.  "The military coup is killing innocent people. That is wrong. That is inhumanity. I saw on CNN that an 8-year-old boy was killed by a bomb on his way to school. Do not kill children. That is very wrong. This is the future of Myanmar. Killing them is wrong. Don't do it."  One of the main characters in this play, Mangu Wa Khaing, said that he participated in this play because he wanted to contribute to the Spring Revolution.  “It will be about revolution; All the profits will be donated back to Myanmar. This revolution will be victorious. To stop the unfair oppression of all ethnic brothers and sisters from the same land for decades. All future generations lie in history, To stop being brainwashed with one-sided histories. And it is everyone's responsibility to see Myanmar again as the Asian tiger it once was."  Another main character, Ko Taung Maung, believes that the revolution will be successful if they join forces.  "We were very excited because we were presenting what was happening in Myanmar. This is a project to be proud of as only Burmese in our Myanmar community will present it. So I decided to participate. Aung Ko Aung will be victorious. But I see that a little time must be given. For the time given, all of us Burmese people, Victory will only be achieved if all Burmese who are abroad support us."  The young people who supported the Sunny Day musical theater and the revolution said that they had another chance to help push together and participate again.  "When I get the chance to do something again, I'll be enthusiastically involved." "I look forward to participating in more fundraising events for Myanmar in the future while Myanmar is in this situation."  “At the moment, I want to form Generation Z here and form a dance group in America to raise funds. For the long term, I would like to gather people who speak Burmese and English from all over the world and teach the children of Myanmar. I want to teach online. I want to major in education. Because children are the future of Myanmar."  When this musical was performed in Los Angeles in 2021, it received US$30,000 as funding.  For the second time, in the last week of January 2023, when he danced in San Francisco, he earned more than sixty thousand US dollars. All the proceeds were donated to Burma.  The acting president of the National Unity Government, Duwal Shila, presented a written congratulatory letter to the 'Sunny Day' team members who contributed their skills and art to the anti-dictatorship struggle.  All classes of people are doing everything they can to destroy the military dictatorship in Myanmar. For various reasons, even though they live in different countries, when there is an emergency in the country where they were born, their time, labor There are many people who try to cultivate their artistic abilities for the sake of the motherland.  Therefore, all members of the Sunny Day team believe that a sunny day will arrive sooner or later for the people of Myanmar.

The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, the flagship of the US 5th Carrier Strike Group, arrived at the operational base in Busan, South Korea, on September 23 last year.
 
( Moderator ) This is a 'Encyclopedia of New Weapons on the Korean Peninsula' that seeks to find a way to peace while accurately grasping the current state of the military confrontation on the Korean Peninsula. I am with Lee Il-woo, Executive Director of Korea's Self-Defense Network. 
( Moderator ) The best Korean and American warships are gathering on the west coast of Korea, and Japan is also busy. A move after North Korea announced it would launch a reconnaissance satellite? 

( Lee Il-woo )   On April 18th, Kim Jong-un gave on-site guidance to the National Space Development Agency and ordered the launch of Military Reconnaissance Satellite No. 1 within the scheduled time. Reports from North Korean state media at the time introduced that North Korea had already completed its self-made military reconnaissance satellite No. 1 and was preparing to launch it by loading it on a launch vehicle. It is said that the development is almost finished, and that several reconnaissance satellites have been created and a dedicated organization has been created for mass launch .

( Moderator ) Why a reconnaissance satellite at this point?
( Lee Il -woo ) Recently, North Korea has been making a lot of means to strike the US aircraft carrier fleet from a distance, such as tsunami or cruise missiles . . Officially, the organization in charge of space development in North Korea is the National Space Development Agency , but separately from this , the <March 7 Scientists and Engineers Shock Brigade>, collectively referred to as the <3.7 Command>, is in operation, and this organization is operated by the National Defense Science Institute and the Party's Ministry of Munitions. It is being confirmed that key figures have taken up positions. Its name is space development, but in reality it is an organization for advancing intercontinental ballistic missile technology, and the military reconnaissance satellites they plan to build are also being created for the purpose of monitoring and tracking strategic assets of the United States and Korea.

( Host ) What does it have to do with the gathering of the world's best warships in the West Sea?

( Lee Il-woo ) This satellite launch is expected to take place at or around the Seohae Satellite Launching Station in Cheolsan-gun, Pyonganbuk-do on the west coast, and the launch vehicle is likely to be launched in the direction of the equator, that is, due to this, Japan is on the rocket flight orbit in Okinawa. The Patriot PAC-3 is deployed, Aegis destroyers loaded with SM-3 missiles are on standby, and a standing order is given to the Self-Defense Forces to intercept rocket propellants or warheads as soon as they invade Japanese airspace.

In the West Sea of ​​Korea, to be precise, in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi-do, movements presumed to be preparations for such an interception were observed. The Aegis destroyer John Finn, assigned to the 7th Fleet of the US Navy, entered Pyeongtaek Naval Base on April 21, and intelligence confirmed that the Aegis destroyer Sejong the Great and a general-purpose destroyer belonging to the 7th Mobile Flotilla of the ROK Navy also entered Pyeongtaek Naval Base on April 21. That's it.

( Lee Il-woo ) The photo provided was taken by one of the informants, and it was confirmed that the USS John Finn entered port on April 21st and was scheduled to depart after spending time until the weekend. It is unusual for an American high-performance Aegis destroyer to enter Pyeongtaek, but the deployment of the Aegis destroyer and the 7th squadron this time has a special meaning.

From tracking and detection to defense , the perfect dual-sword destroyer

( Moderator ) I read that the John Finn battleship is an Arleigh Burke-class Aegis destroyer, but since I do n't even know what Aegis is, it's hard to understand how special this battleship is .

( Lee Il-woo ) Aegis was named after ' Aegis ', a shield given to his daughter Athena by Zeus, the king of the gods in Greek mythology.

It has been almost 40 years since the Arleigh Burke-class, an Aegis destroyer, appeared in the US Navy. So far, 70 ships have been built, and 20 more ships are scheduled to be built in the future. Since it has been a long time since it appeared, performance improvements have been continuously carried out. This model is classified as

( Lee Il-woo ) As the computer generation changes, the hardware changes, and the operating system changes to Windows 95, 98, and later Windows 10. In North Korea, Red Star 1.0 and Red Star 4.0 change computer operating systems in this way. Software continues to evolve.

The Aegis radar mounted on the King Sejong-class Aegis destroyer of the Korean Navy is a model called SPY-1D, and this John Finn is also equipped with the same radar, but the operating system is different. South Korea is equipped with Baseline 7.1 and John Finn is equipped with Baseline 9.0, and as a separate system, an additional program called Aegis BMD, Ballistic Missile Defense, which is a ballistic missile defense system, is installed.

South Korean Aegis ships are similar in appearance to American Aegis ships, and have the same radar, but they have only an operating system and no BMD system, which is individual software for intercepting ballistic missiles, so they can see ballistic missiles but cannot intercept them. It is a tin can model without it.

When performing a ballistic missile tracking mission that only sees ballistic missiles, South Korea's Aegis ships allocate all output and computing power to ballistic missile tracking, so they cannot perform other missions at the same time. For example, older Aegis ships that perform ballistic missile detection and tracking missions cannot respond to anti-ship missiles or aircraft flying toward them. So, other Aegis ships or air defense destroyers protecting the Aegis ship must follow suit.

When Korea first purchased the Aegis system, it was jointly purchased with two countries, the United States and Japan, but it did not purchase an option called BMD separately, so it is the only country with a tin can Aegis among the jointly purchased Aegis ships at the time. Therefore, the United States frequently sends Aegis ships with BMD capabilities to the Korean Peninsula to provide ballistic missile response capabilities.

Ballistic Missile Killer John Finn also intercepts satellites

( Lee Il-woo ) John Finn, who came to Pyeongtaek this time, is equipped with the latest Aegis software and can operate all versions of SM-3, SM-6 and SM-2 missiles.

Known as a ballistic missile killer, the SM-3 missile is the most accurate anti-ballistic missile weapon tested by the U.S. military to date. Block 1A and Block 1B have a range of 900km and an interception altitude, and from Block 2A, they have a range of 2,500km and an interception altitude of 1,500km, allowing them to intercept ballistic missiles as well as low-orbit satellites.

The SM-6 missile is a missile that has recently been spotlighted as a versatile missile by the US military. The latest Block 1B model recently developed also has hypersonic missile interception capability.
John Finn, deployed this time in Pyeongtaek, has an integrated air missile defense and IAMD capability that can shoot SM-3 while catching ballistic missiles, and at the same time use SM-2 or SM-6 to counter enemy anti-ship missiles or aircraft. Originally, there was no such ship in the 7th Fleet in charge of the Western Pacific, but as of March 2, the latest Aegis ship assigned to the 7th Fleet entered the West Sea.

Gwanggaeto the Great , Choi Young , Yi Sun-sin , Sejong the Great

( Moderator ) In line with John Finn's deployment, a situation where several battleships were gathered at the Pyeongtaek Naval Base was also captured. What kind of exercises do South Korea and the US appear to be preparing for?

( Lee Il-woo ) In addition to John Finn, the warships identified by the informant at Pyeongtaek Port include the Sejong the Great, an Aegis ship belonging to the 7th Mobile Flotilla of the ROK Navy, the Choi Young, a Chungmugong Yi Sun-shin-class destroyer belonging to the same squadron, the Gwanggaeto the Great-class destroyer, and the Korean escort ship Daegu. class, etc. The 7th Mobile Flotilla operates the Jeju Naval Base and the Busan Operation Base as a residential base, and occasionally supports operations in the West Sea or East Sea. This time, two Korean destroyers deployed to the Pyeongtaek Base at the same time.
The Sejong the Great will perform the mission of detecting and tracking North Korea's satellite projectiles or intercontinental ballistic missiles in the direction of the Philippine Sea, and Choi Yeong is armed with SM-2 surface-to-air missiles, so it closely escorts the Sejong the Great in case of emergency. It appears to have been deployed to carry out its mission.

John Finn's mission , estimated interception of North Korean satellite launch vehicle fragments

( Lee Il-woo ) John Finn is presumed to have been assigned the mission of intercepting North Korea's satellite launch vehicle or ballistic missile along with them in the West Sea in preparation for a situation where they deviate from the normal orbit and drop propellant on the west coast or island of South Korea.

On April 17, South Korea also conducted ballistic missile response training with the Yulgok Yii, the US Navy Aegis destroyer Benfold, and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Aegis destroyer Atago in the East Sea. It appears to be leading ballistic missile defense training in both the West Sea and the East Sea of ​​the Korean Peninsula along with Korea and Japan.

( Moderator ) Jaju National Defense Network Secretary General Lee Il-woo was with me. 







Expatriate Burmese youth who are participating in national affairs


United States of America, The musical "Just a Day" was performed in San Francisco in the last week of January 2023.

Many young Burmese people in exile are contributing where they can to the Burmese people who have lost their lives and millions of people have fled their homes due to the coup army's attack and suppression. Among them are young people who are helping with art.

This is the musical play 'Sunny Day' to commemorate the Spring Revolution in the United States. They were dancing in San Francisco last January.

After the military coup, the sufferings of all classes, Willingness to revolutionize the authoritarian system, Many of the participants in the musical play, which depicts the hope and struggles of going through the cold and harsh days to reach a 'sunny day', are young people born in Burma who were born and raised and settled in the United States.

Because they were born and raised in America, some of them do not speak Burmese well. But when there is an emergency for Myanmar, they do what they can to help.

"I participated in the play 'Sunny Day' and did what I could for the suffering people of my country. While I can sleep here with a cool head and be comfortable, our people are struggling to be free and suffering. I kept that fact in my head whenever I was practicing for the play. In this play, I play the saxophone. And participated in two group dances.”

"I participated in this play because I wanted to raise money for Myanmar. I want to make people know about Myanmar people. We act by telling stories. People's houses are being raided. People are worried about even communicating with each other on the phone. People were arrested; Being killed. I was very sad. People don't have the peace they used to have."

Ma Mae Thandi Win, who participated in the group dance program and choreographer, said that she participated in the play because she wanted to help the people who are fighting with a very sad and painful heart because she saw the brutal suppression of the people of Burma who were fighting for democracy.

"Before this play, I was active in fundraisers and protests for Burma. Now the Sunny Day Theater is participating because I want to help Myanmar."

They live and study in America, which is known as the country with the best opportunities in the world, and have a peaceful and safe life. Those who are passing through a bright future. But they feel affected by the problems of the motherland and try to participate from their place.

"The military coup is killing innocent people. That is wrong. That is inhumanity. I saw on CNN that an 8-year-old boy was killed by a bomb on his way to school. Do not kill children. That is very wrong. This is the future of Myanmar. Killing them is wrong. Don't do it."

One of the main characters in this play, Mangu Wa Khaing, said that he participated in this play because he wanted to contribute to the Spring Revolution.

“It will be about revolution; All the profits will be donated back to Myanmar. This revolution will be victorious. To stop the unfair oppression of all ethnic brothers and sisters from the same land for decades. All future generations lie in history, To stop being brainwashed with one-sided histories. And it is everyone's responsibility to see Myanmar again as the Asian tiger it once was."

Another main character, Ko Taung Maung, believes that the revolution will be successful if they join forces.

"We were very excited because we were presenting what was happening in Myanmar. This is a project to be proud of as only Burmese in our Myanmar community will present it. So I decided to participate. Aung Ko Aung will be victorious. But I see that a little time must be given. For the time given, all of us Burmese people, Victory will only be achieved if all Burmese who are abroad support us."

The young people who supported the Sunny Day musical theater and the revolution said that they had another chance to help push together and participate again.

"When I get the chance to do something again, I'll be enthusiastically involved." "I look forward to participating in more fundraising events for Myanmar in the future while Myanmar is in this situation."

“At the moment, I want to form Generation Z here and form a dance group in America to raise funds. For the long term, I would like to gather people who speak Burmese and English from all over the world and teach the children of Myanmar. I want to teach online. I want to major in education. Because children are the future of Myanmar."

When this musical was performed in Los Angeles in 2021, it received US$30,000 as funding.

For the second time, in the last week of January 2023, when he danced in San Francisco, he earned more than sixty thousand US dollars. All the proceeds were donated to Burma.

The acting president of the National Unity Government, Duwal Shila, presented a written congratulatory letter to the 'Sunny Day' team members who contributed their skills and art to the anti-dictatorship struggle.

All classes of people are doing everything they can to destroy the military dictatorship in Myanmar. For various reasons, even though they live in different countries, when there is an emergency in the country where they were born, their time, labor There are many people who try to cultivate their artistic abilities for the sake of the motherland.

Therefore, all members of the Sunny Day team believe that a sunny day will arrive sooner or later for the people of Myanmar.

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