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Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, who competed with Son Heung-min for the title of top scorer in the Premier League, has seen many articles stating that he received malicious comments from some Korean netizens.

On the 23rd, Son Heung-min scored two goals in the second half in his last away game against Norwich City, beating his competitor Salah by one goal.

However, Salah, who was guarding the bench, was replaced in the second half and added one goal to become the co-scorer.

At this time, insulting comments written in Korean such as 'Please get injured' followed on Salah's SNS.

Competitors weren't the only ones receiving these malicious comments.

Lamela, who played with Son Heung-min at Tottenham Hotspur, received malicious comments last year for not passing the ball to Son Heung-min.

Experts pointed out that even if the intention is to cheer, if the form is a malicious comment, it can lower the status of the player and Korea.


At the memorial service for former President Roh Moo-hyun, Kim Jung-sook, the wife of former President Moon Jae-in, was caught dancing her shoulder.

On the 23rd, at the memorial performance for former President Roh Moo-hyun, singer Kang San-e sang a song called 'Like those powerful salmon that go upside down the river'. caught

There has been a lot of debate online over this, some criticized that it is an inappropriate action in a solemn atmosphere, and some say that it is not an action that deserves criticism as the memorial service for former President Roh is held in a festive atmosphere.

In fact, when Kang San-e sang, not only Kim but also former chairman Yoo Shi-min shook their bodies lightly, and Kwon Yang-sook responded with applause.


While rumors about the health of Russian President Putin have been raised one after another, this time his left foot was caught moving without being able to stand still.

On the 23rd local time, President Putin had a summit meeting with Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, and he was caught awkwardly turning his left ankle outward several times while sitting in his seat and talking.

This moment caught my attention because I had done something similar just a week ago. On the 16th, at a meeting with the President of Tajikistan, he twisted his left foot several times as if somehow uncomfortable.

Earlier this month, at the Victory Day event in Russia, my gait was very unnatural.

As he walked, his right arm was almost motionless and attached to his body.

In response, foreign media reports such as 'there is a possibility that he is battling cancer' and 'he is recovering from a serious operation' are coming out, but the Kremlin is denying the allegations, saying that there is nothing wrong with Putin's health.