S. Korean authorities’ pro-Japanese move censured

Pyongyang, October 27 (KCNA) — Citizens of Hanam in Kyonggi Province, South Korea, bitterly censured the authorities for attempting to erect a “monument” to a pro-Japanese element, a South Korean newspaper reported.

They demanded the authorities clarify their plan to erect even a “monument” to a pro-Japanese “poet” who committed treacheries after joining a Japan-controlled organization in 1943.

They declared that if the authorities go ahead with the pro-Japanese plan, defying this demand, they will take a more dynamic concerted action.

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