Members of the palace and other Japanese members were boycotted by Han Wangyou: the IZ*ONE should be banned.

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 Members of the palace and other Japanese members were boycotted by Han Wangyou: the IZ*ONE should be banned.


The opposition came from the Japanese-Korean complex. Because of the Japanese AKB Group of Miyazaki Miyazawa, Naiko Iyazawa and Amy Honda, the producer Akihiro Akiyo was once pointed out as a right-winger (generally unfriendly to South Korea), in fact during the game, there were many requests on the Internet for right-wing Japanese to roll out of the Republic of Korea. The speech has now been extended to three Japanese members who are coming along with IZ*ONE.

Opponents also pointed out that apart from Qiu Yuankang, the former HKT48-affiliated Miyazaka, who was a central member of the song The Age of the King, also filmed Self-Defense Force propaganda films, concerts have also occurred beautifying war criminals and other controversies, so that some South Korean netizens launched a boycott, saying: Japanese right-wing singers to perform in public. KBS is wrong. It is strongly demanding that the entire group be televisions and songs. The issue was even posted on a petition board at South Koreas presidential palace, Tsingwa, asking them not to go to public television singing programs, the petitioners said: KBS is a state operating media under the Broadcasting Law, but also a television station that collects fees from ordinary citizens. It is a different thing to perform on private TV stations like the Internet and on public television stations like KBS, MBC and EBS. We hope that public television channels such as KBS, MBC and EBS can not have IZ*ONE performances. At present, however, only 7,000 people have agreed and responded. According to the regulations, if the threshold exceeds 200,000 people, Qingwatai must be accepted. Source: NetEase entertainment editor: Lee Si _NBJ11322

The issue was even posted on a petition board at South Koreas presidential palace, Tsingwa, asking them not to go to public television singing programs, the petitioners said: KBS is a state operating media under the Broadcasting Law, but also a television station that collects fees from ordinary citizens. It is a different thing to perform on private TV stations like the Internet and on public television stations like KBS, MBC and EBS. We hope that public television channels such as KBS, MBC and EBS can not have IZ*ONE performances. At present, however, only 7,000 people have agreed and responded. According to the regulations, if the threshold exceeds 200,000 people, Qingwatai must be accepted.