It has been revealed that the Japanese government has expressed concern over the South Korean government that VANK, a South Korean cyber diplomatic mission, has made a poster that raises Japan’s radiological safety issues ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
VANK produced a parody poster early last month with a message that concerns about radiation safety could be raised at the Tokyo Olympics, which will open on July 24, due to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant explosion that occurred in March 2011. did.
VANK also put the poster on the construction site of the new Japanese Embassy in Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 6th of last month, before the poster was released on social media such as Facebook.
According to the Yomiuri Shimbun on January 8, the Japanese government expressed concern to the Korean government that the parody posters produced by VANK were “booding” the victims of the Tokyo Olympics and the Fukushima nuclear accident.
In this regard, a Japanese government official told the Yomiuri Shimbun that “The Fukushima and the Olympics were shaved off by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Organizing Committee of the Committee after the release of the poster produced by VANK.” I can’t overlook it. ‘
VANK’s unauthorized use of the emblem seems to indicate that the poster depicts a person wearing protective clothing running with a torch against a five-wheel mark.
Yomiuri introduced that “Bank is developing a propaganda campaign about the danger of radioactive contamination by Fukushima nuclear accident ahead of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.”
At the same time, VANK said that Dokdo is claiming ownership of Dokdo and criticized Uk Ilgi in the Internet space.
The newspaper added that VANK claimed the parody poster was “Vank’s warning about the safety of radioactivity.”
VANK, the current Japanese government, led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, is trying to show domestically and internationally that Japan is overcoming the Great East Japan Earthquake through the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
As part of this, the Japanese government set the starting point for the torch relay event in Japan for 26 days from March 26 to J Village (Football National Training Center), where the Fukushima nuclear accident response headquarters was established shortly after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
In addition, to promote the safety of agricultural products from Fukushima, Fukushima food ingredients will be supplied to the Olympic Village.
Park Ki-tae, who is leading the VANK, said in an interview with Fuji TV after the parody posters were released that he hoped Japan would successfully hold the Tokyo Olympics by resolving the radiation safety issues caused by the Fukushima nuclear accident.