There are dozens of brands that have been blacked out by Korean netizens, such as Nikon, Nissan, Panasonic, Sony, Canon, Toyota, Honda, Sharp, and Sparta.
“Resist Japan” poster produced by Korean netizens
Overseas network July 4th According to the Yonhap News Agency reported on the 4th, the Japanese government adopted “economic retaliation” measures to restrict the export of semiconductor materials to South Korea, there has been a reaction in Japan to boycott Japanese goods, and there is a tendency to continue to ferment.
On the 3rd, a forum titled “Participating in the boycott of Japanese goods” appeared on a forum in South Korea, with a “boycott of Japanese goods list”, and hundreds of netizens left a message to support the actions of the posters.
At the G20 summit, Shinzo Abe and Wen Zaiqi shake hands for 8 seconds and then leave. (Yonhap)
There are also Korean netizens who have produced posters promoting “boycott of Japanese goods”: the middle is the English word NO in uppercase. The following words are written in English or Korean to “boycott Japan”, “do not go” and “do not buy”.
Even in a parenting forum, I also found a post on “boycotting Japanese goods”, and dozens of netizens commented on it.
“Resist the Japanese goods list” produced by Korean netizens
Another netizen uploaded a detailed “boycott of Japanese goods list” on his personal website. The list is divided into six categories, including: “war criminals”, electronics, cameras, cars, motorcycles and bicycles. There are dozens of blackened brands, such as Nikon, Nissan, Panasonic, Sony, Canon, Toyota, Honda, Sharp, Sparta and so on.
On the Qingwatai official website, a post entitled “Request the Korean government to take revenge measures against Japanese economic sanctions” was published. At present, 11,622 people have expressed support.
Yonhap said that the Korean people’s dissatisfaction with Japan, in addition to causing online crusade, also caused a strong rebound from the offline.
Korean college students demonstrate their forced recruitment of labor before the show (Yonhap)
On the afternoon of the 3rd, a group of Korean university students launched personal demonstrations in various places in Seoul, including the front of the Japanese Embassy in Korea, the front door of Gwanghwamun Youjiku, Toyota Agency and Longshan Station.
Earlier, on July 1st, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan increased the export control of three kinds of high-tech materials in South Korea on the grounds that “the mutual trust relationship between Japan and South Korea was obviously damaged”.
In response, the Minister of Industry and Commerce of the Republic of Korea, Cheng Yunmo, identified the Japanese initiative as “economic retaliation” on the 1st and proposed a number of countermeasures, including diversification of the export market, localization of key technologies, scale of domestic production equipment, and litigation. World Trade Organizations. At present, the relevant departments of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Resources have begun to study the legal procedures for appealing to the WTO. (Compile / Overseas Network Liu Qiang)