Protest Trucks Dispatched To Various Locations In Korea To Call For Halt Of K-Drama “Snowdrop”
Protest trucks have been dispatched to various locations in Seoul to call for the halt of K-Drama, Snowdrop. Snowdrop has been facing severe criticism as many South Koreans feel that it is distorting history and have even claimed that it romanticizes the National Security Agency and its misdeeds.
Protestors have sent trucks to various locations to protest the broadcast of Snowdrop. The trucks displays various signs that call out the drama for distortion of history. The truck was sent to Sangam-dong, a district where many broadcasters are located…
…as well as Gwanghwamoon Square, where many corporate buildings are.
It was also sent to Jongno, where the City Hall is…
…as well as to Gangnam. The side of the truck further reads, “#Romanticizing NSA – Snowdrop – Halt Broadcast – Abolish It Entirely!!! – from the people that are protecting history.”
They moved the trucks to the jtbc building, which is the main broadcaster of Snowdrop.
They have also displayed the trucks in front of Donga Ilbo‘s building, one of South Korea’s largest newspaper publishers.
It is also in front of CJ&M‘s building.
The trucks all call for the halt of broadcast for Snowdrop and point out the faults with the drama to do with distortion of history. So far, while jtbc has already issued a statement that denies the claims, many are still enraged over the show. Snowdrop has only aired its first two episodes so far.