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Yoon Dong-han, Official Apology… "Business resignation"

2019-08-11T22:40:09.612Z

Chairman Yoon Dong-han of Korea Kolmar, who asked the company's employees to watch YouTube videos of pro-Japanese right-handedness at the time of inquiry, stepped down from management. Three days ago, I apologized through the company's name, but it seems that they chose to resign after criticism and boycott did not subside.



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Chairman Yoon Dong-han of Korea Kolmar, who asked the company's employees to watch YouTube videos of pro-Japanese right-handedness at the time of inquiry, stepped down from management. Three days ago, I apologized through the company's name, but it seems that they chose to resign after criticism and boycott did not subside.

Reporter Nam Joo-hyun.

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Chairman Yoon Dong-han of Kolmar Korea bent his back and said that he would be responsible for the end of the video.

[Yoon Dong-han / Chairman of Kolmar Holdings Korea: I am fully responsible for this, and I want to resign from the management after this time.]

On the 7th of the month, the employee's monthly inquiry showed four days of intense criticism on the YouTube video of the pro-Japanese extreme righteousness.

This is the first time that a CEO of a company has resigned due to inappropriate behavior regarding a Japanese boycott.

Mr. Yoon chose to resign, but it was explained that "it was intended to have a proper historical awareness," but the criticism was hardly subsided.

In particular, it seems that the women, who are the main customers of cosmetics, are turning their backs on women's insults.

[Yoon Dong-han / Korea Kolmar Holdings Chairman: I apologize again and again. In particular, I express my sincere apologies to women.]

Opinion has continued to spread after the end of the scandal, and Kolmar Holdings shares plunged more than 8% last Friday.

The aftermath of the storm continued, as some companies that received raw materials from Kolmar Korea were asked to break the contract.

The strong influence of consumers, identified in the recent Japanese boycott, seems to have put pressure on them.

Source: sbskr

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