South Korean soldiers swear allegiance to the Internet over his son Kim Jong-il
Global Network reporter Chang reported, according to South Korean media reports in recent days, a number of South Korean military officers and soldiers joined in the online “pro-North Korea organization,” and swear “allegiance” his son Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong-un, South Korean authorities currently investigating the matter.
South Korea, “Chosun Ilbo” on May 30 reported that South Korea has been identified, including field officers, including 70 active duty officers and armed soldiers in South Korea has joined the pro-North Korea Web Community “online nation Defense Command. ” Among them, the Air Force lieutenant Kang, Park, an Army second lieutenant, and at least five soldiers also wrote “loyalty oath” dedicated to his son Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong-un.
It is reported that ROK Defense Security Command, South Korea’s presidential Blue House has reported the matter, and is for all the officers and men to join the community to conduct an internal investigation.
reported that the online community members, active duty military officers, Lee told South Korean survey excuse maintenance headquarters, said: “I work in the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in order to find refute ‘left’ argument was advocated added. “while another active duty Air Force lieutenant colonel whose name the claim is stolen on the Internet.
“national defense command-line” is the pseudonym “Huang Jiqing” Hwang operation of the “pro-North Korea” site. Although Hwang has now been imprisoned, but once the site reached 7,000 members and more, has been investigated organs shut down.