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Posted by Suspiria77 Tuesday, March 12, 2019

A Korean's Tweets that States Scary Facts about On-Going Scandals Go Viral on Twitter

@k_fact_ , a Korean person's tweets and that state facts about Burning Sun and others went viral on Twitter. He/she also shared some official news that most non-Koreans don't know about.

Here is the Tweet series!

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I am a Korean. And I'm going to talk about what Koreans think about the #Seungri and Burning Sun events. English is not my first language. Please understand even if English may be wrong.

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Many K-pop fans are mistaken. This is not an incident of one idol.
This is the drug and prostitution scandal that took place in Korea, and the group that led it was politicians and conglomerates.
And these are police corruption scandals that have not punished them for years.


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First, why didn't the reporter send the conversation to the police?
This is because the police are very deeply involved in the corruption case. That is why the reporter sent a conversation to an organization that examines corruption in Korea.

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An official of the agency, which belongs to the Korean central administration and aims to distinguish corruption in Korea, said, "There is no manipulation in the conversation and I was shocked that the dialogue was made in Korea."

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https://m.news.naver.com/read.... the article concerned;
If the reporter delivered the conversation to the police, it is highly likely that it would have disappeared from the police.

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Because the Burning Sun has already been found to have bribed the police: https://m.news.naver.com/read.... 
The Gangnam Police Agency, which has consistently investigated the Gangnam club, has been unable to investigate due to these allegations and is currently investigating by other team

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Secondly, why do Koreans say not only #Seungri but also Korean politicians and big business are involved?
Many K-pop fans may have first heard of the incident as #Seungri, but Koreans are not the first to see it.

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The corruption of police, politicians and conglomerates is not a case that has happened once or twice in South Korea. Let's go back to 2010.

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A detective, named Lee Yong-joon, is killed while investigating irregularities at a club in Gangnam.
Police announced it was suicide, but it was a mysterious death.

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He was killed while investigating at the police station in Gangnam. Before coming to the police station in Gangnam, he was so sincere that he won the police award for the third consecutive year.

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Police at Gangnam Police Station were worried about dealing with his death in the media, so they decided to close the case after announcing that he died after suffering from a problem with his girlfriend.

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But the murdered detective's family said he had no problems with his girlfriend. His family protested against ending the case but were ignored.

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It was very unusual for detective Lee Yong-joon to investigate the corruption of the Gangnam club by himself.
In South Korea, police officers' cases are made up of almost two-person groups, which he tried to investigate on his own.

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He was very wary of police at the Gangnam Police Station.
He also used a photocopier at another police station when using
He is in a car accident trying to transfer information to Busan where he can trust someone.

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After being moved to Yeongdong Hospital, he said, "I will go to the bathroom," and after unpacking the ringel, he disappears.
He is then found in a reservoir far away from Youngdong Hospital.

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We find something else strange. The reservoir where he was found was about 1.5 meters deep.
Men over 175 centimeters were too shallow to drown. There were no dams nearby, so they were not swept away by swift currents.

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It's not the end. An autopsy found him strangled with something.


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On the opinion that he was strangled to death, police claimed he was drowning because plankton was found in his dead lungs. However, the question was raised because plankton from his body did not live in dams and was found to be found only in the ocean.

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It has been a mystery for a long time in Korea to find out the truth in this way and then be framed as a criminal, or killed.

https://www.instiz.net/pt/6007...  This is a compilation of a documentary about the case.

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And now that we've looked at 2010, let's go back to 2015.
https://theqoo.net/square/1020...
It describes the corruption of the children of South Korean conglomerates and politicians.

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The original writer of the article belongs to a media company that has caught a famous scandal in South Korea.
They caught Lee Myung-bak and Park Geun-hye, former president of corruption. And it is famous for adding evidence to put them in jail.

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The story that is told in that article is that politicians and the children of large corporations are distributing drugs and they have a very close relationship with celebrities.

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They say there are already drug offenders among them, and their social activities are taking place in Gangnam.

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And even though the original version of the article is not erased by the reporter, it is erased by mysterious hacking.
There are people who have already saved it before it was deleted, so the contents remain.

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Now, do you know how absurd it is for fans to say that #Seungri's case is to cover up other events in South Korea?
It has been a long time since a political scandal of this magnitude took place in Korea.
It's even been about 10 years of blaming, killing and hiding innocent people

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The reporter who brought in the conversation and the first victim of Burning Sun revealed that #Seungri is just a tiny part of a big event, and does all this to reveal something really big now hiding behind #Seungri.

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For example, club Arena, club mu-in, etc.
They said they have already begun a club survey in which drug distribution takes place larger than Burning Sun.


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Thirdly, Kim Sang-kyo is a sex offender, so I'd like to attach it to #Seungri fans who don't believe it.
It has already been revealed that all three women who sued Kim Sang-kyo are closely related to the employee of Burning Sun. http://news.kmib.co.kr/article...


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I know that #Seungri fans will say this article was written to cover up JTBC president's assault
As I explained above, there are currently no bigger scandals in Korea than the Burning Sun case.

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SOPA, which K-pop fans often talk about, is one of the most unfortunate cases, but it is not as big as Burning Sun.

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And it is not JTBC that found out that the women who accused Kim Sang-kyo of sexual harassment are officials at Burning Sun or are close to those involved.
Among them, a Chinese woman suspected of drug trafficking is being investigated for being banned from leaving the country.

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The rest of the women were also found to be very close to the club based on the appearance or upload of a Burning Sun official's social networking site. http://imnews.imbc.com/replay/...

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When the first Burning Sun assault took place, Koreans wondered about CCTV.
There are so many CCTVs in Korea that they often catch crimes.
But the Gangnam Police Station said there was no CCTV at first.

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CCTV, which claimed that Gangnam Police Station was not until it was expelled from the investigation, will be released for the first time as a high-definition editing video on #Seungri's sister's Instagram.

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And #Seungri's sister says Kim Sang-kyo is a sex offender in the video.
Where did the CCTVs come from that they didn't have the police?

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The opinion of #Seungri's sister, who is a DJ activity at Burning Sun, may of course be true. So let's look at a CCTV released by someone with objections.

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This is the CCTV of a man who first assaulted Kim Sang-kyo. He grabbed Kim Sang-kyo's hair across the narrow street. pic.twitter.com/ySZTjSmjVC


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When Kim Sang-kyo was assaulted by a Burning Sun employee, what would that VIP member (didn't mean Big Bang fan) do?
Without any sanctions, he came out to the VIP aisle, watched Kim Sang-kyo get beaten, and left in his parked car. pic.twitter.com/FF6F8DTsgi

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Who are they, who are they, who are not punished for assaulting people, who are not even given names when they distribute drugs?
The Burning Sun case will not end until the VIPs of the Gangnam club, which are not punished for anything, are revealed.

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Fortunately, the reporter didn't give the conversation to the police for the first time and handed it over to another agency.
That's why South Korea's prime minister also got to know the incident.
The Prime Minister said he would take his honor and settle the case,

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But many Koreans are afraid that only the celebrities involved in them will punish and end up.
I hope K-pop fans don't lie just to protect their idols.
It is an important event in Korean history and must be revealed.

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To add a story that I couldn't.
The Busan man Lee Yong-joon was supposed to meet was a reliable man he met at the police station where he worked in the past.

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Nine years later, when Burning Sun case came out, the Gangnam Police Station repeated an incredibly absurd investigation.
It was the 'Busan police station' that first revealed the distribution of drugs.

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Originally the case in the area is handled by the local police.
The fact that the police investigated the case first outside the area and submitted evidence shows that they already knew about the distribution of drugs in Gangnam clubs.

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Many Koreans think that a dead detective was collecting evidence through the Busan police station.

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And there's something to say about big companies, too.
Large corporations invested in the creation of clubs are associated with hotels near Burning Sun.


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They also knew that they would take the women to a hotel and take them to a hidden camera, but the police did not investigate them properly. This conversation is being investigated again.


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Since the case is in progress, there may be a reversal of all the stories I've said here.
But so far, I've wanted to tell you why Koreans think this case is important.



 



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I'm glad this tweet is getting traction, its ridiculous how international fans think this is all designed to smear Seungri's reputation.. this goes waaay beyond him, it's not a "kpop" scandal, this is legit horrendous crimes and corruption. Stop blaming "haters" and other fandoms for this mess.

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Every new story keeps shooting down my beliefs in humanity



Justice for the detective!!!


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