A famous Chinese shopping site has appeared to advertise the photos of South Korean President Park Geun-hye. (Webpage screenshot)
International Online Specials: South Korea’s “Korean Daily” reported on February 17 that a cosmetic advertisement for the theft of South Korean President Park Geun-hye appeared on a famous Chinese shopping website, the Korean Embassy in China Serious protests have been filed on the site.
According to the Korean Embassy on the 16th, a Chinese cosmetics online store used a photo of Park Geun-hye when she posted an eye cream advertisement to improve eye wrinkles on a famous shopping website in China. Not only that, but the store also claims that the cosmetics are the royal products of the South Korean president and are imported directly from South Korea.
The Korean Embassy in China said that the cosmetics were not produced and exported in Korea. President Park Geun-hye has never used related products and asked the website to immediately delete relevant advertisements. It is reported that more than 1,000 websites have published the advertisement, and most of the advertisements have been deleted.
The report quoted a Beijing diplomatic source as saying that Park Geun-hye was very popular in China and that her autobiography was also very popular. Park Geun-hye seems to be much younger than the actual age.
In China, the photos of foreign performing arts people have been stolen in advertisements, but the photo of foreign heads has been stolen.
Responsible Editor: Ge Peng