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  • Korean professor releases video in Japanese about Rising Sun Flag ... Opposition to Ministry of Foreign Affairs video = Korean press
Korean professor releases video in Japanese about Rising Sun Flag ... Opposition to Ministry of Foreign Affairs video = Korean press
Professor Seo Kyoung-Duk of Sungshin Women's University, who is continuing the "Campaign to Eliminate the Rising Sun Flag from the World" in Korea, has produced a video in Japanese about the Rising Sun Flag and posted it on YouTube.

This corresponds to the fact that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan produced a Korean video about the Rising Sun Flag.

The two-minute video released by Professor Seo is a Japanese version of what was produced in Korean and English at the time of the Soccer World Cup in Russia in 2018 and publicized all over the world. The Rising Sun Flag is said to be a war criminal flag that has the same meaning as the Nazi symbol, Nazi Swastika, and Germany emphasizes the fact that the use of Nazi Swastika was legally banned.

He also mentioned a case where the Rising Sun Flag pattern that appears in FIFA's official Instagram and World Cup-themed music videos was modified through protests, using soccer as a material that is popular all over the world. In particular, the AFC fined the Japanese team $ 15,000 after the Rising Sun Flag cheering became a problem, especially in the 2017 Asian Chan PO's League match.

Professor Seo said, "The biggest problem is that the video of the Rising Sun Flag by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan omits the explanation that it was used as a war criminal flag in World War II etc. This is to deny war crimes.

[Video] Video released by Professor Seo
http://kt.wowkorea.jp/album/462195.html

Published : 2022/05/14 09:20 KST



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