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2020-02-25T09:39:47.473Z

After saying "begging" to President Moon Jae-in, a mayor who suffered malicious comments and threatening calls sued the perpetrators to the police. Today, the civic group 'With Citizens' says they have filed a complaint with the Asan Police Station in Chungnam on the unspecified majority who made insulting remarks or interrupted their work by phone.



After speaking to President Moon Jae-in, "May be like a beggar," a mayor who suffered malicious comments and threatening calls sued the perpetrators to the police.

Today (25th), the civic group 'With Citizens' announced that they have filed a complaint with the Asan Police Station in Chungnam for unspecified people who made insulting remarks or interrupted their work by phone.

The remark came on September 9 when President Moon met with merchants in Mayor of Asan, Chungnam. When President Moon greeted him and asked, "How are you?" Mr. A replied, "I think it's a game. It's not too good. It's really happening. It's getting worse."

The video is announced via SNS and has emerged as a hot potato among netizens. As the controversy spread over the adequacy of the expression, Kang Min-seok, a spokesman for the Blue House, said, “The president said that the expression is an expression that is easy for people these days.

But since then, Mr. A has been attacked by some netizens, and personal information such as the store's name, address, and mobile phone number has been disclosed. Eventually Mr. A suffered severe fears and decided to sue.

Citizens' organizations demanded a prompt and thorough investigation, saying, "We strictly warn you not to destroy the tranquility of everyday life and the right to do business."

'News Pick'.

Source: sbskr

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