Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/A--Die-in--Flash-Mob-Action-in-Busan-27MDHUWCTXK.htmlConceptually similarA ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHHCompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHJCompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHLCompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHKCompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHNCompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHPCompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHQCompleted★★★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHICompleted★★★★A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGP1STOHOCompleted★★★★View AllGP1STOHSA ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGreenpeace activists hold a banner. The banner reads “8+2=world’s worst nuke risk” in Korean. Behind them, 25 Greenpeace activists stage a die-in performance action. The action is the poignant depiction of a potential nuclear disaster.In original language:고리원전: 8+2=세계 최악 원전 위험그린피스 활동가들이 “8+2=세계 최악 원전 위험”이라고 쓰여진 펼침막을 들어 보이고 있다. 뒤로는 25 여명의 부산시민들로 구성된 그린피스 활동가들이 쓰러져있다. 이 퍼모먼스 액션은 원전 사고 이후의 인명 피해의 연출이다. 이번 이색 퍼포먼스는 시민들에게 원전의 위험성을 알리고, 최근 원안위의 추가 원전 건설 승인이 얼마나 무책임한 결정인지를 비판하기 위해 진행한다.Locations:Busan-East Asia-Republic of KoreaDate:7 Jul, 2016Credit:© Daiyoon Lim / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5520px X 3680pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Barrels-Day-Die-ins-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Masks (protective)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear energy symbol-Outdoors-Protective clothing-Railway stations-Street theatre actionsShoot:A ‘Die-in’ Flash Mob Action in BusanGreenpeace activists stage a sudden die-in action at the Busan KTX Station, in protest against Korea’s nuclear expansion. Twenty-five activists suddenly collapse after hearing a siren sound. The action is to deliver the message to the people of Busan about potential nuclear disasters. The message has become a lot more poignant now that the 5.0 magnitude earthquake was detected in waters 52 kilometers off Ulsan on 5th July 2016. Recently the National Safety and Security Commission (NSSC) approved the construction of 2 additional nuclear reactors at Kori Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP). The Kori is the world’s largest, and thus the world’s most dangerous nuclear power plant.