How could you go ahead of me?

The following letter can be found in the book, Letters of Note: Grief. More info here. In 1998, shortly after excavating an ancient tomb in Andong City, South Korea, archaeologists were stunned to find the coffin of Eung-Tae Lee—a sixteenth-century male, now mummified, who had been a member of the country’s ancient Goseong Yi clan. Resting on his chest was a letter...

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