On the 30th, members of the People’s Power who are having a ‘relay sashimi restaurant’ to relieve public anxiety about contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan drank water in a tank containing sashimi fish at the Noryangjin Fish Market in메이저사이트 Seoul. Rep. Kim Young-seon of People’s Power drank water from the tank and insisted, “Because this was released in 2011 and came to our near sea, it is much thicker than what is being released now.”
Members of the People’s Power of the National Assembly’s Planning and Finance Committee visited the Noryangjin Fish Market on this day. The power of the people has been visiting fish markets by standing committees since last week in the name of supporting small business owners who have suffered damage as domestic seafood consumption has contracted due to concerns about the imminent discharge of contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan.
While looking around the fish market, Rep. Kim said, “Isn’t this water okay to drink?” and drank water from a water tank containing snow crabs. When Rep. Kim asked, “Is this seawater or tap water?”
Rep. Kim drank the water from the tank containing the flounder at another store and invited other lawmakers to try it, saying, “Take a bite at a time.” He emphasized the relationship between the water in the tank and the sea, saying, “Which sea did you catch it from? We have to eat wild fish.” Representative Ryu Seong-geol also said, “Oh, this is seawater, it’s salty,” after drinking water from the tank.
Rep. Kim said, “This water was discharged in 2011 (at the time of the Fukushima nuclear power plant explosion) and came to our nearby waters, so it is much thicker than the current discharge.” The safety of Fukushima-contaminated water was emphasized by the logic that the water in the tank has a higher radioactive concentration than the contaminated water that is scheduled to be released in Japan soon.Kim Han-kyu, a spokesman for the Democratic Party of Korea, said in a briefing in Seomyeon that day, “I think people thought that nuclear-contaminated water would feel safe if they were shown drinking water from a fish market tank, but the idea itself is too bizarre. The fish in the tank must have been absurd,” he said. “The nuclear-contaminated water hasn’t even been released yet, so what’s the point of scooping and drinking seawater, especially Noryangjin tank water, with your bare hands?”