TaJinYo cafe put up for sale
The cafe "We request the truth from Tablo" (a.k.a TaJinYo) has been put up for sale.
The owner of the anti-Tablo cafe, Whatbecomes, has posted a message on the Naver community board advertising the selling of his cafe. In the post he wrote:
"There are 190,000 members. The member count reached 190,000 members in May. I believe the member count will reach 200,000 soon.
The members are active and there are many members that are interested in different things. The cafe atmosphere isn't the best right now and the netizens do not like the cafe either, but I believe that if it is taken care of, that will not matter much. The cafe staff listens well to the manager. The members also listen well to the manager and the staff, so I believe you won't have many problems inside the cafe. I am outside Korea at the moment, so I hope you can email me or PM me, instead of calling me, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or please PM me. I hope I can sell this as soon as possible."
For those unfamiliar with how Korean cafes work, companies will often pay the owner or manager of a site with many members to put up lots of advertisements. This becomes a large source of income for the owner. TaJinYo's owner is most likely attempting to sell the cafe before members begin to leave, due to the Tablo incident being cleared after investigations.
Source: TaJinYo Cafe