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At the Korean Empire Experience Event… Controversy over ‘rental of emperor and military police uniforms’

In the ‘Jeongdong Night Tour’ event held in Seoul for two days from the 23rd, it is known that the costumes of the Japanese emperor and military police have been provided for experience.

The controversial event was ‘Jeongdonghwanbokso’, where you can try on costumes from the flowering period, etc., and critics were raised among some citizens who saw this not only as the costumes of Emperor Gojong and the Korean Empire, but also costumes the emperor and the military police appeared.

The Seoul Metropolitan Government said it was an outfit that had not been negotiated in advance and that it planned to hold the agency legally responsible for breaching an agreement.

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