Pyongyang, July 13 (KCNA) — Traitor Park Geun Hye’s lackeys, who were involved in making a blacklist for suppressing the persons of culture and arts incurring the displeasure of Park’s regime, are still at large in foreign countries, according to MBC of south Korea on July 5.
A guy called Ryong Ho Song who is director of the south Korean Cultural Centre in London is reportedly one of them.
He reportedly gave an instruction not to send a film to an international film festival, saying that it displeased the regime, when he was an administrative official in Chongwadae in 2014.
Kim Rak Jung who is working as director of the south Korean Cultural Center in Los Angeles is also one of them.
He sent a blacklist worked out by Chongwadae to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, when working as an administrative official of Chongwadae from October 2014.
Except those guys, many of the lackeys involved in making blacklists slipped away from south Korea with the backing of the traitor Park Geun Hye group from early 2016 to early 2017 when they were suspected of being involved in the case.
The committee for probing truth behind the invention of the blacklists demanded the authorities punish all those involved in it.
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