Seo Kyung-deok, a visiting professor at Sungshin Women's University in South Korea, pointed out that Chinese netizens are "peeping" at the Netflix original series "The Glory ^Glorious Revenge^".
On March 14th, Professor Seo posted on Facebook, "Recently, when the Netflix original series 'The Glory Part 2' was released, it seems that 'peeks' in China are continuing one after another. On the Chinese content debut site 'Douban', a review screen was already displayed before the release of 'The Glory ^Shining Revenge^ Part 2', and currently, more than 140,000 reviews have been written."
On top of that, he criticized Chinese netizens, saying, "Illegal distribution of Korean content has become a daily occurrence in China," and, "It's disgusting that they don't feel embarrassed."
Professor Seo said, "The Chinese authorities should crack down aggressively." should have been doing," he emphasized. "Chinese media should report what is wrong with their own people's 'thieves' and eradicate illegal distribution."
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Published : 2023/03/17 09:52 KST
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