South Korean people protest against the high price of protection fee in the United States

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 South Korean people protest against the high price of protection fee in the United States


On November 30, South Korean people tore up the Star Spangled Banner in the streets of Seoul

Overseas network, December 4, December 3 to 4, the United States and South Korea on next years protection fee for the fourth round of negotiations. Before that, the lion from the US asked the South Korean side to bear nearly 5 billion US dollars a year, more than five times that of this year, causing public dissatisfaction in South Korea. Many people took to the streets to protest against the US high price of protection fee.

On November 30, South Korean people put out the slogan against the United States (News1)

According to Yonhap and other South Korean media reports, on November 30, Seoul, South Korea held the 2019 National Peoples Congress, attended by more than 20000 members of more than 50 civil groups.

The protesters made a number of demands, including opposing the US sides increase in protection fees.

On November 30, South Korean people tore up the Star Spangled Banner in front of the US embassy. (Yonhap)

After the opening ceremony of Guanghuamen square, some people came to the U.S. Embassy, holding up a huge slogan of against the United States and shouting slogans to protest.

On November 30, South Korean people raised torches near chingwatai. (newswires)

Some tore up the Star Spangled Banner in the street, others threw shoes at the US embassy yard, which failed because they were blocked by a protective net.

On November 30, South Korean people threw shoes at the US embassy and were stopped by a protective net. (newswires)

In the afternoon, when some people marched to the nearby qinghuatai, they suddenly took out more than 20 undeclared torches and lit them on the spot. After the police dissuaded, they tried to put out the fire forcibly. They clashed with the people and the scene was in chaos.

Source: Overseas Author: Liu Qiang editor in charge: Yu changzong ufe63 nbj11145