South Korea museums to display art donated by late Samsung chair

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Thousands of works of art are going on public display in South Korean museums for the first time.
They were donated by the late chairman of the Samsung empire.
Lee Kun-hee died last October, leaving behind tens of thousands of pieces of art.
But his bequest has stirred up a fair share of controversy, as Al Jazeera’s Rob McBride explains from Seoul.

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