Japanese protests Anti-Hallyu

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Lebih dari 2.000 orang Jepang melancarkan protes anti-Hallyu di Tokyo pada 7 Agustus,media setempat melaporkan hari ini. Menurut Kantor Berita Yonhap, para demonstran berkumpul di depan kantor pusat Fuji TV di Odaiba, berteriak, ”Hentikan Hallyu,””Serahkan hak siar Anda,” dan “Kami ke sini untuk menyelamatkan Fuji TV dari tangan Hallyu. ”

Selama protes satu jam, orang bernyanyi bersama lagu kebangsaan Jepang, melambaikan bendera Jepang, dan bahkan meneriakkan, ”Hidup Kaisar,” menunjukkan beberapakekuatan sayap kanan yang konservatif mungkin telah mengorganisir acara tersebut. Proteslain dijadwalkan berlangsung pada 21 Agustus.

Sentimen anti-Hallyu telah berkembang di Jepang baru-baru ini. Jepang aktor Takaoka Sousuke kehilangan agen kontrak nya setelah anti-Hallyu membuat komentar di online, yang telah supporter memicu bawah tanah anti-Hallyu untuk mengorganisir acara pada hari Minggu. Fuji TV, salah satu saluran TV Jepang terbesar, telah lama dianggap Hallyu-friendly untukmenunjukkan jumlah sebagian besar program TV Korea.


More than 2,000 people protested the anti-Japanese Hallyu in Tokyo on August 7, local media reported today. According to Yonhap News Agency, the demonstrators gathered in front of Fuji TV headquarters in Odaiba, shouting, “Stop Hallyu,” “Leave your broadcasting rights,” and “We’re here to save Fuji TV from Hallyu hand.”

During the protest an hour, people singing along with the Japanese national anthem, waving Japanese flags, and even shouted, “Long live the Emperor,” indicate that right-wing conservative beberapakekuatan may have organized the event. Proteslain scheduled to take place on August 21.

Anti-Hallyu has been growing in Japan recently. Japanese actor Takaoka Sousuke loses its contract agent after the anti-Hallyu making an online comment that has sparked an underground supporter of anti-Hallyu to organize the event on Sunday. Fuji TV, one of Japan’s largest TV channel, has long been considered Hallyu-friendly untukmenunjukkan the most amount of Korean TV programs.

 

Source. KC

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