The drama ‘Little Women’ will stop airing in Vietnam … “Distortion of the Vietnam War”

Government authorities ask Netflix … “Wrong stories about the war”

Nam Ji-hyeon, Kim Go-eun and Park Ji-hoo (from left) appear in the drama “Little Women

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(Hanoi = Yonhap News) Correspondent Kim Bum-soo = Korean drama ‘Little Women’ was suspended because it contained false information about the Vietnam War.

According to local media VN Express on the 7th, Vietnamese Netflix announced the day before that it had decided to exclude the drama from the airing list.

This was at the request of the Vietnamese authorities, Netflix explained.

The Broadcasting Information Commission of the Vietnam Ministry of Information and Communication asked Netflix to stop airing, claiming that the characters in the 3rd and 8th drama were telling the wrong story about the Vietnam War.

As a result, Netflix excluded this drama from the list airing from 3pm the previous day.

Little Women is a 12-episode play about three sisters who grew up in a poor family and fight against Korea’s richest and most powerful family.

Netflix has been airing this drama in Vietnam since last month.

Previously, Netflix discontinued its service in Vietnam in July last year, when Gudanseon appeared in the Australian-produced spy drama “Pine Gap.”

China claims 90% of its territorial waters by drawing nine U-shaped lines in the South China Sea (South Sea Gudan Line).

For this reason, territorial disputes continue with neighboring countries such as Vietnam, the Philippines and Brunei.

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