A Chinese drama currently airing on global OTT and Disney Plus has been on the cutting edge of Korean drama plagiarism and cultural fairness controversy.

Recently, several online communities have posted reviews from netizens who have watched the Chinese drama 'Jinsugi'.

Jinsoogi is a drama that was released to the world except Korea through Disney Plus in April.

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It tells the story of a young man who wants to become the best chef in the world, and the growth and love that occurs after he enters the Imperial Palace.

Regarding this, domestic netizens are pointing out that it is similar to the drama 'Dae Jang Geum', in which the main character enters the palace, becomes the best chef, and grows into a meaning.

Also, the performers are wearing costumes similar to hanbok, and they are introducing pork belly and ssam as traditional Chinese dishes.

Netizens pointed out the distortion of history by responding, 'Isn't this the same as stealing?'

Chinese netizens are claiming that it is not a hanbok, but clothes of the Ming Dynasty, and that the food is also traditional Chinese food.

(Screen source: Baidu Online Community)