There are so many odd statements up there.
Every Korean does not have an English name. Nicole has one cause she was born in the US.
Someone mentioned about a Japanese director. It's a Korean director and Joe Odagiri is the Japanese ACTOR nor DIRECTOR. Please don't get confused! =)
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It is completely understandable on their end because showing more K-dramas then J-dramas in their own country is a bit excessive. However, if the majority of the public enjoys watching K-dramas and are "riding" the Hallyu Wave, then there really shouldn't be a problem.Maybe they should confine all K-dramas to one channel rather than spreading it broadly among other networks. Considering how South Korea doesn't allow for any Japanese-related media to be shown, the Japanese networks (e.g., FujiTV) are definitely moving forward. There definitely should be some give-and-take to this situation but we'll see how this plans out. As far as I am concerned, the general public in Japan ignore these type of protesters because they can't achieve anything.
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