South Korean students slam pro-Japanese traitors

Seoul students protest
Students announcing pro-Japanese politicians as four traitors on September 11 in front of Seoul Railway Station. (Photo Jajusibo)

The Progressive Federation of Students of south Korea and its affiliated organizations staged protests in different areas of south Korea, where they designated pro-Japanese politicians as four traitors and censured them on Sep. 11, according to the south Korean internet newspaper Jaju Sibo.

A press conference was held in front of Seoul Railway Station under the sponsorship of the Progressive Federation of Students of south Korea and the Seoul Progressive Federation of Students.

They designated as four pro-Japanese traitors Hwang Kyo An, Ra Kyong Won and Kim Mu Song from the "Liberal Korea Party" and Ryu Sung Min from the "Parun Mirae Party".

They said that the traitors supported Japan's brutal economic invasion of south Korea and set themselves against the public anti-Japanese resistance and the abrogation of the general security of military intelligence agreement.

They pushed for the resignation of the traitors and the dissolution of the conservative opposition parties.

Simultaneous action of students in Busan, Daegu, Kwangju, Namchunchon, Seoul, and Suwon. (Photo Jaju Sibo)

(KCNA - September 18, 2019)