Webtoon writer Seo-in Yoon posted an article comparing the lives of the descendants of independence activists and pro-Japanese descendants.
Yoon Seo-in on the 12th Facebook“While the pro-Japanese descendants lived so hard, what did the independence activists descendants do?” and posted a comparative picture of their residence.
The photo shows the house of the descendants of the pro-Japanese class and the house of the descendants of a shabby independence activist. Initially, it was a post to the effect that the independence activists did not receive proper compensation while pro-Japanese sold the country and lived staggering, but Yoon Seo-in’s interpretation was different.
He commented, “Actually, even 100 years ago, the so-called pro-Japanese were people who lived hard, and independence activists were people who lived roughly.”
As soon as criticism poured out, Yoon Seo-in deleted the post, but the controversy grew even more intense. On the 14th, Democratic Party lawmaker Song Young-gil Facebook“There is a feeling of self-doubt and shame that we have to live in the same time with those people,” he said.
Yoon Seo-in, who “brightened” the controversial post, is raising his voice again as things get bigger. He said, “I’m driving and distorting the text that mirrors the ridiculous and extreme comparative examples.” In fact, in the process of making the country, many of the pro-Japanese factions you hate so much participated.”
Yoon Seo-in, known for his extreme right-mindedness, previously caricatured the case of Jo Doo-soon, and was sued by the victims’ families and compensated 20 million won. In addition, he was fined 7 million won for slandering the late daughter of Paik Nam-gi, who died after being hit by a water cannon shot by the police during a violent protest.
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