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Good on these people. Gotta love how the Japanese government has unilaterally decided what is okay for the world in TEPCO's desperate attempt to stay back in the black. Ban all Japanese products if they do it.

-5 ( +14 / -19 )

Seoul mates” was the politically-safer editorial choice for a Japanese news site than spotlighting the real issue here of “Save Our Seas”. Thank you, Korean friends for your efforts. We must all do our part to stop these abuses by Japan’s filthy businesses.

-6 ( +12 / -18 )

LoL people down voting the above posters who r concerned about the environment

-9 ( +9 / -18 )

I think this is one of the many issues. What about micro plastic and all the chemicals which are released in the oceans?

6 ( +11 / -5 )

These people are doing great things! I support them all the way!

LoL people down voting the above posters who r concerned about the environment

there are some here that once they see anything positive related to Korea , they just downvote…

-12 ( +5 / -17 )

LoL people down voting the above posters who r concerned about the environment

concerned about the environment? this such long-standing old shop of JT?

-8 ( +3 / -11 )

If they really want to save the seas, they should stop releasing water from their nuclear power plants in Korea. but they dont because they dont care the environment. They just want to instill anti japanese propaganda into the other people. Japan should break diplomatic relation with such a country. We reached the limits of our patience,

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If they really want to save the seas, they should stop releasing water from their nuclear power plants in Korea.

It's a fair point. Tritium in water is released from many nuclear power plants around the world. One question might be, "How much". I'm finding it hard to find a clear answer. I keep coming across contradictory information from biased articles such as the following:

https://japan-forward.com/tritium-release-is-normal-in-the-global-nuclear-energy-industry-so-why-chastise-japan/

https://english.hani.co.kr/arti/english_edition/e_international/992443.html

Which to believe? Right now, neither.

-1 ( +3 / -4 )

SK are hypocrites. What about all the trash from S. Korea that drifts in the Sea of Japan and ends up on the shores of western Japan?

-3 ( +3 / -6 )

Fortunately, this is the end of the nuclear age and the burning of fossil fuels .. This time we will make electricity from cold and ice .. https://youtu.be/02OTC6ac8NI?t=2

-4 ( +0 / -4 )

How about some photos of Japanese protesting the continuous release of tritium from S Korean nuclear reactors?

S Korea releases a higher concentration than the planned release from Fukushima.

S Korean government and nuclear industry business people were sentenced to hundreds of years in prison for bribery and supply of cheap counterfeit parts used in reactors, including the ones sold to the Middle East.

The hypocrisy is staggering.

-2 ( +4 / -6 )

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