‘Video footage of Korean female TV announcer spreads in China’
Video footage, titled “A Korean female TV announcer’s strip show,” has spread in China, Chinese media reported Sunday.
According to onbao.com, the sensational footage has been circulated via Chinese Twitter, Weibo. Information on the “heroine,” named Park Ni-ma, has already been posted on its portal site.
However, Koreans say, Park is not a Korean TV announcer. Her Chinese name, also turns out to be rubbish.
China’s sina.com reported that the footage was first posted in ku6, a Chinese site of video footage, on July 25, and some Chinese Netizens reposted it in Weibo, thereby spreading it in China. The woman in the footage has not been identified, but some Netizens began to call her a Korean TV announcer named Park Ni-ma.
As a result, “Park Ni-ma bulletin boards” were created on some Chinese portal sites, sina.com said. As of July 25, the number of members of the bulletin boards exceeded 600, and more than 6,500 writings were posted on those bulletin boards.
The woman in the footage is presumed to be a video jockey of an Internet broadcaster for adults, Korean Netizens say. Koreans expressed concerns that the footage will tarnish the image of Korean female TV announcers.