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K-pop star G-Dragon appears for questioning over alleged drug use

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And we thought Japan’s recreational drug laws were archaic and completely inappropriate in 2023…..

Koreans who legally smoke weed in, say Thailand or the States can be prosecuted when they return to Korea.

That’s ridiculous.

Meanwhile, as in Japan, people are encouraged to drink alcohol heavily. Despite the problems associated with it, such as liver and heart disease, domestic violence, drink driving, anti-social behaviour…

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Stewart Gale

"And we thought Japan’s recreational drug laws were archaic and completely inappropriate in 2023…..

Who thinks that?

I sure don't, I'm perfectly happy to walk around in one of the safest countries.

Japan if anything needs to raise the law more in line with Singapore

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FYI, G-Dragon tested negative on all drugs test, including detailed forensic ones.

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Lie detector will be the next best test. At least a country that don’t go lenient on drug and soft drug. This is the door to major crimes including terrorism in France. The mafia around marijuana are more and more link to terrorism financing.

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