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Japan says "We will kill you Kim Tae-hee if you come to Japan"

2012/03/11 | Permalink | Source

The level of strike against Kim Tae-hee's exile from Japan is shocking.

SBS "We Want To Know" dealt with the theme, "Who chased Kim Tae-hee out?" on the 10th this month.

Kim Tae-hee's autograph session was cancelled recently in Japan. Rightists in Japan went on strike against the pharmaceutical company that hired her as the model for the company.

The Japanese rightists shouted, "Anti-Japanese actress Kim Tae-hee shouldn't come to Japan!", "Cancel her model contract!", "Anti-Japan shouldn't be active in Japan!" and some even said, "We will kill her if she comes!".

They took the matter of Kim Tae-hee's participation in the Dokdo event in Switzerland with her brother in 2005 as the problem in hand. Her agency stated, "The rightists movement has become more aggressive with the aim of wanting to turn around the nation's instability after the nuclear accident".

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