In France, she even wears a bold black skirt… Controversy over South Korea’s beautiful first lady “dog-eating ban” ordinance | FRIDAY DIGITAL

In France, she even wears a bold black skirt… Controversy over South Korea’s beautiful first lady “dog-eating ban” ordinance

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Mrs. Kim (second from left) visits France and meets President Macron and his wife

South Korea’s beautiful First Lady, Mrs. Kim Keon-hee, is once again the talk of the town.

The key was her key chain, which she wore with her husband, President Yun Suk-yeol, to the General Assembly of the International Secretariat of the Exposition, which was held in Paris, France, from June 20. The key chain attached to the bag she was carrying when she departed from Seoul airport reads.


Busan is ready. In other words, he was calling for Busan to be the host city for the World Expo to be held in 1930. President Yun and Mrs. Kim also met with French President Macron and his wife. The long black skirt worn by Kim at that time was also highly praised on the Internet for its “bold design.

Kim was asked on a variety show to “become a foster parent.

Mrs. Kim’s daily life is busy. On June 22, following her trip to France, she visited Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, with President Yun to participate in a friendship event, wearing a green ao dai, the traditional Vietnamese dress. Mrs. Phan Thi Thanh Tam, the wife of Bo Van Thuong’s Chief of State, complimented him, saying, “The green color suits you very well.

The green color suits you well. I am very grateful to you for being the first Korean first lady to wear an ao dai.

Mrs. Kim is also a person in the middle of a controversial issue in South Korea. The kicker is a proposed ordinance submitted to the Seoul City Council on May 31 that would impose a fine of 5 million won (about 500,000 yen) on eateries and vendors that serve dog food.

Kim is such an animal lover that she has appeared on variety shows holding her own dog and asking people to become foster parents for her pets. Long before she became first lady, she had been volunteering to rescue abandoned dogs and help animals that had been mistreated. The “No Dog Eating” movement is growing because of Mrs. Kim’s influence. The ordinance submitted to the Seoul City Council may be part of this trend.

On the other hand, there is a movement against the “dog-eating ban. Some people say that “dog-eating” is a part of Korean culture. On June 8, dozens of vendors belonging to the Korean Meat Dog Association staged a protest in front of the presidential palace.

(A reporter for a Korean newspaper) “South Korea’s first ladies are in the spotlight for their comments on TV programs. Her influence is growing by the day.

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