Kim Gum-ho, director of the National Trust of Korea, said in a telephone conversation with the TV report on the afternoon of the 5th, “The fact is distorted.”

Kim Kum-ho, director of the bureau, said, “The baton of Bongo-dong has damaged the environment during shooting.

He said, “First of all, it is not true that the endangered species ‘Donggang hill flower’ has been damaged by ‘Bongo-dong battle’,” he said. “The filming site was not a Donggang halibut flower habitat but a common haploid habitat.”

“It is not true that the common haploid habitat is not worth the conservation value, but it is a mistake that Donggang Hwaseong is damaged because of the Bongodong battle.” “Donggang hwaseum is a species that lives in limestone cliffs, and habitat conditions are different.”

In addition, I raised the issue of the word “extinction” itself. He said, “There are expressions of extinction, not that the movie is good, but it is not extinction.”

He said, “Because the shoot time is winter, it is impossible to confirm the exact damage area because the stem is dry when the plants inhabit the surface of the ground. It means that it is impossible to restore the damaged area in perfect condition. No, “he declared.

In addition, the Wonju Local Environment Agency also explained that it demanded that the Bongo-dong battle be suspended. He said, “We did not stop the filming, just to stop the act,” he said.

Finally, he said, “It is a big problem that the environment of the ‘Bongo-dong battle’ has been damaged. It is true that it has shown a wrong way of doing things, but it is not right to talk about environmental issues in order to distort the facts and attack movies with ideological aspects. Day, “the interviewer said.

Previously, the Bongo-dong battle was conducted near the Dong River basin under the permission of the Jeongseon-gun Office of the jurisdictional authority last year, but it was pointed out that there was a problem with the shooting in the ecological landscape preservation area from Wonju Regional Environment Agency and environmental groups.

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