Share on FacebookShare on Twitter At theevening of August 14th, SNSD Tiffany made a sequence of updates to her Instagram and Snapchat that have infuriated Korean lovers especially in gentle of the reality that the uploads were made on Korean national independence day.
August 15 marks the day where Korea established an autonomous Korean executive in 1945 and yearly after, Koreans have celebrated nowadays equally Koreas Independence Day. Koreans have marked this day as a countrywide holiday and pay their respects to other people who take lost their lives struggling with for Koreas freedom.
On the night of August 14th the day prior tothe massive day, Tiffany uploaded footage of her and her participants at an after celebration afterwards SM The city concert, with emoticons of the japanese flag.
Korean fans felt discomforted yet did now not criticize her much as she deleted the photo appropriate away.
However, fans were infuriated when they came upon that she had used a sticky label on one her snapchat that contained the Emerging Sun Flag. A symbol of oppression that reminds many Koreans of the days when Korea used to be suppressed through Japan.
Tiffany has since deleted all of thedebatable SNS posts and a few make expressed her apology with a hand written letter but many Koreans appear reluctant to forgive her easily.
Hello here is Tiffany. I'm distressing that I made a mistake on any suchuseful and meaningful day causing many of you discomfort. I am sorely embarrassed by my mistake that experience disappointed many of us and am deeply regretting my actions. I canat all timesunderstand that my each action and words are being watched by many and maycontinually think deeply before I take action in the future. I am back very sorry for causing all and sundry such unhappinessbecause of my mistake.
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