Two days before the opening of the 2023 Asian Cup in Qatar, the AFC’s official social network service (SNS) posted a series of comments disparaging the victims of Japanese military Japanese Military Sexual Slaverys, sparking controversy. Seo Kyung-duk, a professor at Sungshin Women’s University, said on his social network service (SNS) on the 10th, “There were comments mocking Korean history on the AFC Asian Cup Instagram,” adding, “In particular, there are systematic comments disparaging the victims of Japanese military Japanese Military Sexual Slaverys, so action is necessary.”
Some of the comments on the AFC Instagram post disparaging the Japanese military Japanese Military Sexual Slavery victims. This account is committing absurd things, such as stealing Son Heung-min’s portrait rights without permission and using them as profile pictures of their accounts.
“Most of the comments are absurd, such as ‘Japan is ashamed of their history and identity by conceiving a Korean woman during World War II’ and ‘Koreans are proud of Japanese’,” he said. “More than anything else, it is also a problem to use dots to portray a Japanese soldier’s intimidation of a grandmother in Japanese Military Sexual Slavery and continue to post them in the comments section,” he criticized. “Ludicrous things are being done, such as stealing Son Heung-min’s portrait rights without permission and using it as a profile picture of their account,” he added.랭크카지노주소
In a protest email to the AFC, Professor Seo demanded, “Remove as many comments mocking the grandmothers of Japanese military Japanese Military Sexual Slaverys as soon as possible, and make sure to block the accounts of senseless soccer fans.” Finally, he attached a video on Japanese military Japanese Military Sexual Slaverys and stressed, “I hope the AFC will also face the history of Asia and remind us of the importance of women’s human rights.”
Meanwhile, the Asian Cup will open in Qatar on the 12th. Korea in Group E will play its first match against Bahrain at 8:30 p.m. on the 15th. Group E includes Korea, Malaysia, Jordan, and Bahrain. Korea, which has never won a championship since 1960, is seeking its first championship in 64 years.