Seo Kyung-deok “Rising Sun Flag = War criminal flag, inform Tokyo reporters”

Sungshin Women’s University professor Seo Kyung-deok, who has been consistently conducting the ‘Worldwide Rising Sun Flag Eradication Campaign’, will announce to the world that the ‘Rising Sun Flag = War Crimes Flag’ through the Tokyo Olympics, which will open a week later.

So far, the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Organizing Committee has excluded the Rising Sun Flag from the list of prohibited items because it is widely used in Japan and is not political propaganda.

However, due to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s decision on the policy of no spectators, many of the concerns of Japanese spectators cheering for the Rising Sun flag at the Tokyo Olympics have been resolved.

Professor Seo said, “The Tokyo Metropolitan Government is not without spectators, but we cannot be relieved because we are in a position to allow spectators at soccer and cycling events held in Miyagi, Shizuoka, and Ibaraki.”

In addition, he added, “We must not forget that the Rising Sun Flag cheering was not only in the stadium at the Rugby World Cup held in Japan in 2019, but also in the streets of Tokyo.”

In particular, Professor Seo said, “This time, it is important for Koreans in Japan to actively report. Also, when watching the Tokyo Olympic Games on TV or mobile, the information from netizens is also important.”

Currently, Professor Seo plans to publicize that ‘Rising Sun Flag = war criminal flag’ by reporting to major media outlets around the world covering Tokyo when the Rising Sun flag is found inside and outside the stadium during the Tokyo Olympics.

Meanwhile, Professor Seo Kyung-duk’s team has been consistently eliminating the Rising Sun Flag design that has been misused by major institutions and global companies around the world for the past 15 years.


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